MOOSA-DALY exhibits at ADIPEC 2019 for the first time under its own umbrella

We are pleased to have participated in the successfull ADIPEC, Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference as one of the world’s most influential events for the oil and gas industry. The event took place at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center, from 11-14th November 2019. 

Each year, ADIPEC provides one of the most important channels to do business and exchange information, attracting more than 150 exhibiting companies and15,000 professionals from around the world including Energy Ministers, global CEOs and leading decision makers.

moosa-daly has a growing customer base in the energy and petrochemicals sector with leading global companies expressing their interest in our corrosion prevention brand, Winn & Coales (Denso) and our hazardous area lighting products, Q-Aviation, SA Equip, Raytec and Nightstick (Bayco).

Winn & Coales (Denso) Ltd specialize in the manufacture of exclusive corrosion and chemical resistant coatings and linings for the long term protection of steel and concrete. All products are manufactured under a management system that complies with the stringent requirements of BS EN ISO 9001: 2008. Common applications include steel pipe/pipelines, valves, fittings, structural steel work, steel or concrete tanks and concrete bounded areas. Our customers include petrochemical, process, offshore and civil engineering industries as well as the water, gas and telecom utilities.

Q–Aviation is an established European manufacturer of Offshore Aviation Lighting with a focus on Helideck and Helipad lighting. Known for its cost effective quality and customer specific solutions, Q-Aviation is a premium niche brand that is exclusively distributed by DME. Since its certification for ATEX/QAN/IECEx QAR, Q-Aviation has been focused on being the one stop shop for both onshore and offshore Aviation lighting, compliant with CAP437 and CAAP71 and ICAO regulations. It now designs, produces, assembles and tests the biggest range of aviation products under one single brand.Complete Circle and H lighting solutions are available from Q-Aviation and DME – ensuring your project is delivered from start to finish by an experienced and professional team.

From their base in Scotland, SA Equip has been in business since 1924, originally providing electrical supplies and support to the shipping industry. In the 1960s – when the great North Sea oil boom began – the EX industry was in its infancy, and few products had been specifically designed for use in hazardous environments. We responded to the new demand by developing safe, rugged, practical equipment for use on and offshore. The company grew with oil and gas, as they developed solutions in light,heat, ventilation and power distribution, achieving several ‘world firsts’ along the way.

Founded in 2005, Raytec is the world leaders in LED lighting for security and safety, with over half a million products currently in service. Raytec has used their expertise to create SPARTAN – a new range of Hazardous Area Lighting which delivers class leading performance and reliability. All Raytec hazardous area products are designed and manufactured in the UK and are ATEX and IEXC Ex approved, and all come with a 5-year warranty. All products are ISO9001 and ISO14001 certified. Their HQ is based in Newcastle, UK and they have offices in Canada, Australia, Germany, and China.

Designed and manufactured by Bayco Products Inc, Nightstick is an international brand of professional lighting products. Their range include flashlights, headlamps and intrinsically safe lighting solutions. Nightstick were founded with the expectation to exceed Industry standards when it comes to performance, quality, user-safety and value for money. Their unwavering commitment to ensuring these qualities are integral within their products are clear in their design and build. Nightstick remain focused on producing the industries best performing, highest quality product at the lowest possible cost.

Michael P. Daly, Managing Director and Partner at Bin Moosa & Daly, explained, “Middle East has traditionally been the hub for oil & gas industry. Nevertheless, the region is also increasingly shifting towards non-oil resources and raw materials opening new avenues for enterprises.”

Mr. Daly was speaking on the company’s participation at the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference (ADIPEC), the largest oil & gas exhibition in the Middle East underway at the capital from November 7-10, 2016.

He said, “ADIPEC is one of the most important events on our calendar. We have witnessed the exhibition grow over the years attracting the biggest and the best players from the energy industry. For moosa-daly, it is an opportunity to meet new investors and our current clients and explore new business avenues for the companies. With the oil prices stabilising in the last few months, the industry is set for a positive 2020.”

According to a Business Monitor International (BMI) report, the oil production in the Middle East is expected to rise by 7.9% between 2015 and 2024, as the prices are beginning to show an upward trend; thus increasing the refining capacity of companies as the region steps up economic diversification, increasing domestic demand for crude. The oil output is projected to increase from an estimated 29.1 million barrels per day in 2015 to 31.4 million b/d by 2024.

The report further states that Middle East gas production was also set for growth as the region looked to substitute oil with gas in power generation. While natural gas production in the region was forecast to increase 23.5% from 611 bcm in 2015 to 754 bcm in 2025, the region is also expected to witness increased gas consumption over the next 10 years — from 504bcm in 2015 to 700bcm by 2025.

Mr. Dalysaid, “moosa-daly has always been a customer-oriented oragnisation and the industry-focused facilities are designed to enable prospective investors to achieve their growth aspirations in the region. Our smart and innovative services reflect the vision of our founders Michael F. Daly and Saayyah M. Moosa Al Qubaisi of transforming UAE into an international trade hub that offers value to its investors through effortless thoroughfare of their goods in the region and accelerates their business growth.

Oil and gas production in the UAE is set for a significant growth over the coming three to five years with a number of projects under development. The consumption outlook for both oil and gas is strong.

The Gulf Petrochemicals and Chemicals Association estimates that petrochemical producers in the GCC will increase their capacity by 40% over the next 7 years, reaching 199.5 million tonnes per annum (tpa) by 2018. Meanwhile, the UAE petrochemicals production almost doubled reaching 10 million tpa valued at USD4.9 billion, accounting roughly for 7% of the total GCC production capacity. The regional exports of petrochemical products were valued at USD55.5 billion reaching 177 countries worldwide, mainly to Asian markets.

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