THE PLENARY HIGHLIGHTS

The Conference will combine four distinct industries in the field of fire safety, Oil, Gas, Petrochemicals and fossil fuels Electricity, aiming at:

– Encouraging discussions between decisions makers from the concerned industries
– Spotlighting innovations in fire safety solutions
– Emphasizing the exchange of key information
– Identifying the fire safety knowledge gap
– Transmitting hands-on applicable know-how in fire prevention and response
– Promoting experience sharing amongst the concerned industries.


The main objectives of the Conference are:


– To raise awareness regarding the increasing fire accidents in the Oil, Gas and Petrochemicals industries in the World
– To evaluate fire safety norms and regulations in the targeted industries
– To reinforce the capacity building and experience sharing in fire preparedness
– To encourage international cooperation amongst petroleum producing countries regarding Oil fire prevention, preparedness and response.

THE PLENARY DRAFT PROGRAM

The Plenary Conference will create high focus on the future fire preparedness, prevention and response innovation. regulations and solutions in the Petroleum, Petrochemical and Electricity sectors, and will be offering 3 distinct panels:

 

First Panel

“FIRE DISASTERS IN OIL, GAS AND PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRIES: FACTS, FIGURES AND SOLUTIONS”

Second Panel

 “BEST PRACTICES, REGULATIONS AND INNOVATIONS IN OIL AND GAS FIRE PROTECTION”

Third Panel

 “STRENGTHENING FIRE SAFETY CULTURE IN THE OIL, GAS AND PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRY: INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION PERSPECTIVES.”

CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS


Participants to the Plenary Conference include:

  • High officials from the Ministry of Interior
  • High officials from the Ministry of Energy
  • High officials from several governmental bodies
  • Members of diplomatic Corps
  • Decisions-makers from the High Commission for Industrial Security
  • Decisions-makers from the Civil Defense
  • Managers of Oil, Gas and Petrochemical companies
  • Managers and experts from the fire prevention industries
  • Consultants from law firms, insurance and training institutions
  • University lecturers and Researchers
  • Students