DMECO Engineering participates in O.M.C (Offshore Mediterranean Conference) in Ravenna, to be held from 29 to 31 March at the Pala De Andrè.
DMECO Engineering SRL: Puglia Dmeco Engineering will be in Ravenna for the XIII edition of the WTO in 2017, the biennial event dedicated to upstream operators.
From 29 to 31 March 2017, the Dmeco Engineering Ltd., the apulian company specialized in the manufacture of containers for sound insulation, will be present, in Ravenna, to ‘Offshore Mediterranean Conference, the biennial event that brings together top oil and gas international industry leaders and political representatives of the energy sector in the Mediterranean area.
“1,300 delegates, representatives of the energy sectors of the producing countries not only in the Mediterranean area but also sub-Saharan Africa and the Middle East; 30 thousand square meters of exhibition space and 650 exhibitors from 30 countries, and all the major European, North African and Middle Eastern Oil Companies; these are just some of the numbers in this international showcase.”
The event, now in its thirteenth edition, will start with the conference on “Transition to a sustainable energy mix: the contribution of Oil & Gas industry”.
To make “the honors” there will be the Minister of Economic Development Carlo Calenda, with the Ministers of energy resources of Egypt, Cyprus and Lebanon. Representing the “elite” of the oil & gas sector there will be Claudio Descalzi, CEO of ENI, and Marc Benayoun, CEO of Edison.
The charming town of Dante and the mosaics will be transformed, for three days, in the center of the Mediterranean with regard to offshore activities, especially after his role the city of Ravenna, or rather its port, it is with regard to mining activities in Adriatic Sea.
For Dmeco Egineering Ltd., with its many years of experience in business services (its core business is represented by containers and enclosures designed and produced to contain and clear the noise of industrial power generators), this event is a unique opportunity to tighten important economic agreements with international partners, which could lead to significant employment opportunities in Puglia.
The Apulian excellence could not miss an appointment so important concerning a vital economic sector such as energy and that, in this instance, is closely related to our region.