Petrochemical supply chain conference to be held in BahrainThe petrochemical industry will be holding a conference to discuss supply chain issues affecting the transport, sale and harvesting of crude oil and other petrochemical components.

The second GPCA Supply Chain Conference will be held from October 24 to the 26 in Bahrain and has the approval of Bahrain's Oil and Gas Minister and chairman of the National Oil and Gas Authority, Abdulhussain Mizra, who will be opening the conference with a keynote speech.

"The first GPCA Supply Chain Conference was extremely successful and with such high level speakers this year, we anticipate even more interest from global and regional petrochemical executives," said Dr. Abdulwahab Al-Sadoun, secretary general of the GPCA. "Speakers will also provide updates on projects and plans in process to get the Middle East supply chain infrastructure up and ready to meet the world's appetite for chemicals."

Conference participants will discuss the most efficient practices to deliver petrochemicals safely and quickly to a world with a growing need for oil and gas.

Approximately 12 percent of the United States' oil is imported from the Middle East. Americans use 27 percent of the world's petrochemicals, though they represent only 5 percent of the world's population.
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