Base oils and lubricants enable many organisations to deliver their products and services to the world. It powers different sectors, from automotive and manufacturing to mining and marine. In the face of localisation and changing trade flows, the industry remains global. While supply and demand drivers across the globe vary, the industry impacts the growth journey of every region.
The Middle East is, and continues to be, a pillar of the base oils business. With a geographical advantage, excellent feedstock capabilities and a healthy economic development forecast, the industry needs to remain up to date on activities in the region to identify opportunities and mitigate risks.
The 19th ICIS Middle Eastern Base Oils & Lubricants Conference enables delegates to do just that. Returning to Saudi Arabia this October, we look forward to welcoming both new faces and old acquaintances, as well as key market influencers from the entire value chain.
If you wish to be a part of this growing community, are looking to save money on your 2024 registration fee or simply want to be kept up to date on the conference, use the link below to register your interest and we will be in touch when the conference launches
The conference is aimed at those looking to gain critical insight into the base oils and lubricants industry. We regularly see attendance from across the value chain and 2023 was no exception as we saw:
Over 440 delegates attend, from 130+ companies, that represented 32 countries around the world
2023 also saw the conference backed by the Saudi Arabian Ministry of Energy, further adding to the reputation and success of the ICIS Middle Eastern Base Oils and Lubricants Conference.
Saudi Arabia is currently experiencing rapid development in infrastructure and sustainability-focused investments, driving positive changes that are impacting the base oils market. With its long-term ambition to be the regional hub of lubricants businesses, it opens up expansion opportunities for the entire value chain. According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Saudi Arabia is likely to grow at the fastest pace in a decade.
Its Vision 2030 fuels economic growth and creates an ideal business environment for both local and international players. Get to know what this means for you as we deliver exclusive insight and high-profile speakers who share their opinions on the future of base oils.
Sponsorship gives you the flexibility to meet your specific needs, whether you require a dedicated meeting space or want to make a splash with new product launches.
This unique opportunity allows you to shine in the base oils and lubricants market, attracting new customers and partners while also providing the ideal setting for private meetings and discussions.