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November 3, 4:11 pm

More than 100 B2B meetings were held by the team of MKC Group of Companies at ADIPEC-2022

MKC Group of Companies successfully completed its participation in the 26th International Oil and Gas Exhibition ADIPEC-2022 in Abu Dhabi. Within four days, more than 100 meetings and negotiations with representatives of the UAE oil and gas companies, including the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), took place on the site of the largest energy industry event. "We noted great interest of the Emirati partners in distributed power generation technologies, a number of contacts have the potential for further development," Maksim Zagornov, CEO of MKC Group of Companies said.


The ADIPEC-2022 exhibition is the flagship international energy event that annually gathers business leaders from all over the world on one platform. This year, ADIPEC-2022 took place amid unprecedented turbulence in the energy market and global economy. The central theme of ADIPEC-2022 sounded as follows: 'The Future of Energy: Secure, Affordable and Sustainable'.


One of the key points of ADIPEC was the speech by H.E. Dr. Sultan bin Ahmed Al Jaber, UAE Minister of Industry and Advanced Technology , Managing Director and CEO of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), in which he called for "maximum energy with minimum emissions."


"The world needs all possible solutions. It is not just oil and gas, not solar or wind power, not atomic or hydrogen energy. It includes oil and gas, and solar, and wind, nuclear, and hydrogen power. It includes all of the above plus clean energies, which have yet to be discovered, commercialized and deployed," Dr. Sultan bin Ahmed Al Jaber, CEO of ADNOC said.
A wide range of innovative technological solutions in the field of energy was presented on the site of ADIPEC-2022 by Russian companies this year. 33 exporters from 16 Russian regions presented their products at the collective Made in Russia exposition of the Russian Export Center. Representatives of UAE oil and gas companies were particularly interested in the products of MKC Group of Companies, one of the leaders in the sphere of distributed power generation in Russia.


"At ADIPEC-2022, MKC Group of Companies presented its integrated engineering solutions aimed at improving the energy efficiency of enterprises and reducing CO2 emissions: gas genset and hybrid power plants, mobile methanol and LNG production plants, hydrogen testing grounds and desalination units, energy storage systems, as well as floating power stations. "We noted great interest of the Emirati partners in distributed power generation technologies, a number of contacts have the potential for further development," Maksim Zagornov, CEO of MKC Group of Companies said.


In particular, the MKC Group of Companies team held a meeting with Dr. Ibrahim Al Hajri, Vice President of Khalifa University of Science and Technology, on the site of ADIPEC-2022. During the negotiations, the issues of cooperation on the implementation of projects in the field of hydrogen energy were discussed.

Negotiations were also held with Commercial Director of the KEZAD Free Zone Khalid Al Marzooqi, during which organizational issues on launching the production site of Russian companies were discussed. On the final day of ADIPEC, negotiations with Dr. Salem Al Qubaisi, Head of the Corporate Planning Department (Business Excellence) of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), took place.


Within 4 days, more than 100 B2B meetings were held with owners and top managers of oil and gas companies of the UAE, Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, as well as a range of European countries. Maksim Zagornov, CEO of MKC Group of Companies, evaluated the company's participation in the ADIPEC-2022 exhibition as a successful one.


ADIPEC-2022 is one of the most influential international energy events, which has brought together a record number of participants in Abu Dhabi this year: more than 150,000 energy experts from 160 countries, more than 1,200 speakers, including 40 ministers and heads of the world's leading energy companies, more than 2,200 exhibiting companies represented in 28 international pavilions.