Dr Abdulwahab Al-Sadoun is secretary general of the Gulf Petrochemical and Chemical Association.
Dr. Abdulwahab Al-Sadoun, secretary general of the GPCA, says producers should be encouraged to take preventive and corrective actions to maximise water use
During the past 50 years, serious energy shortage, alarming environmental challenges and intensifying global competition for better profitability have triggered a rapid growth in the realm of industrial rotating equipment and fluid flow solutions.
Dr Abdulwahab Al-Sadoun secretary general, GPCA, explains the importance of consolidation among the Arabian Gulf producers to remain competitive in uncertain times.
Dave Ernsberger, head of energy pricing, S&P Global Platts, explains various tactics considered by refineries to meet new IMO sulphur cap on the marine fuels
Management of change in the organisation will be a key factor for success, write RPME's monthly columnists Colin Chapman and Ekaterina Kalinenko
Welcome to January 2017 Refining and Petrochemicals Middle East.
A number of factors including the growing cost of production in some regions among others, the role of OPEC in coordinating the scope of production all around the globe and the volatility of the US dollar
The cyber defences used in the MENA region to ward off attacks are outdated and ineffective, remaining highly vulnerable to hackers, Mohammed Abukhater writes
With the landmark deal between OPEC and non-OPEC producers boosting oil prices, optimism has been rekindled
Kuwait’s Petrochemical Industries Company unveils series of ground-breaking environmental initiatives
Predicting the future of the petrochemicals industry is challenging in an uncertain marketplace. Yet, many chemical leaders are adopting a model-based culture to predict plant behaviour & manage the design-to-production lifecycle to reap enormous rewards.
Dr Abdulwahab Al-Sadoun, Secretary General of GPCA, highlights the changes needed in strategies to remain competitive.
Operators can significantly improve reliability and on-stream time by utilising better asset management systems, write RPME’s monthly columnists Colin Chapman and Ekaterina Kalinenko.
As a testimony to an energy sector spending heavily on IT, a survey has found that 80% of upstream oil and gas companies plan to increase spending on digital technologies in order to optimise operations
The concept of Digital Asset Management is rising in importance in the regional industry due to its associated benefit of helping companies achieve operational excellence goals
The GCC's support for the United Nation's Framework Convention on Climate Change meeting in Paris last December saw a region with one of the world's highest rates of pollution solidify its status as an environmental conservationist