Hamriyah Free Zone Authority recognizes top Petrochemical, Oil & Gas companies
The Hamriyah Free Zone Authority (HFZA) recognized the authority’s top petrochemical, oil & gas companies during the “HFZA – Gulf Energy Information Petrochemical, Oil & Gas Event” held May 7, 2018.
At the event, the benefits of the strategic partnership between HFZA and Gulf Energy Information, formerly Gulf Publishing Company, were announced. These benefits include enabling participating petrochemical, oil & gas companies and investors to highlight and promote their companies, products and services globally.
“We are delighted to recognize the 1,500 companies working in the petrochemical, oil & gas sector of Hamriyah Free Zone and to connect our investors to Gulf’s publications to showcase their products and services globally,” Saud Salim Al Mazrouei, Director of HFZA and Sharjah Airport International Free Zone (SAIF Zone) said.
Gulf Energy Information will be publishing and distributing a Special Report on the Hamriyah Free Zone in September 2018, further highlighting the benefits of the partnership and ways for additional investors to become involved. Additional partnership opportunities are being discussed and expected to be implemented later this year and into 2019.
Gulf Energy Information, founded in 1916 and a global publication for more than 100 years, has been seen as a leading provider of media, marketing and market intelligence services that provides in depth insights, technical content and strategic direction to the international energy industry. Gulf’s market-leading brands—World Oil, Hydrocarbon Processing, Petroleum Economist, Pipeline & Gas Journal, Gas Processing & LNG, Pipeline News and Underground Construction, serve their markets with print publications, digital media, data and events that leverage large audiences across the upstream, midstream, downstream, business strategy and infrastructure markets.
Hailed as one of the cornerstones of the United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) industrial development, the Hamriyah Free Zone is the second largest industrial free zone and a petrochemical, oil & gas hub. It includes a deep water sea portspreading across approximately 26 million square meters of prime industrial and commercial real estate and currently houses over 6,500 business enterprises from 163 nationalities in key sectors such as oil and gas, petrochemicals, maritime, steel, construction and food.
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