8th MEESEC to unveil new chapters of security issues
Following the overwhelming success of 7th edition of MEESEC in Abu Dhabi, Fleming Gulf will host the 8th Middle East Energy Security Forum on 4 - 6 December 2012 at Habtoor Grand Resort and Spa, Dubai - UAE.
"The 7th MEESEC was an excellent opportunity that brought together security professionals in industry, academia, government, and international organizations to deliver critical knowledge and independent analysis to respond emerging risks and challenges to provide business continuity and resilience" Mehmet Kinaci, Strategic Analyst, NATO.
Some of the companies which participated in May included Saudi Aramco, Sabic, China National Logging Corporation, Petro Energy, Advanced Petroleum, QAFAC, Occidental Oman, Kuwait Petroleum Corporation, BAPCO, ADNOC, Petronas, Shuaibah Water and Electricity company, Hunt Oil, Maersk Oil, OMV and Sudapet to name a few. More than 100 security professionals in energy sector attended the three-day forum and learned advanced security techniques.
Eighth in a series of successful security forums, which caters to understanding regional conflicts and political crisis in the Middle East, it is evident that securing assets for the energy sector is a progressively growing concern. In response to these rapidly changing times 8th MEESEC looks at the security sector with a new set of eyes.
8th MEESEC aims to evaluate new security technologies and to discuss strategies, solutions, products and services that can safeguard energy infrastructure. This year's event will convene leading key speakers from renowned organizations like PetroPars, NATO, Weatherford, Ministry of Interior Kuwait, Bechtel, Saudi Aramco and Emirates National Oil company Limited to name a few.
The three-day conference promises to be even bigger with finely crafted sessions in support of distinguished panel of advisors who are expert leaders in regional and international security sector. The delegates can look forward to impressive presentations and pre-event workshops together focusing on critical security issues including: maritime critical infrastructure and hostile reconnaissance, energy security & security of oil, gas & pipeline assets, cyber security: raising awareness about the necessity of securing data, incorporating a successful security transformation and assessment plan, agile crisis management in oil and gas projects and many more.