Middle East Petrochemicals Outlook Conference Effects of New Routes from ME to Markets, Alternatives to Sustain Value and Regional Competitive Strengths 20-22 FEBRUARY 2006 THE SHANGRI-LA HOTEL DUBAI, UAE

November 2005
Chemical Week;11/16/2005, Vol. 167 Issue 39, p37
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This article presents information on the Middle East Petrochemicals Outlook Conference entitled Effects of New Routes From ME to Markets, Alternatives to Sustain Value and Regional Competitive Strengths to be held on February 20-22, 2006 at the Shangri-la Hotel in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. This program will offer players in the petrochemicals industry an unparalleled opportunity to network and gain valuable information to help devise strategies for the future. Featured industry leaders include Hamad Rashid Al-Mohannadi, vice chairman of board of directors and general manager of Qatar Petrochemical Co. Ltd., and Jean-Bernard Lartigue, president of TOTAL Petrochemicals.


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