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June 30, 2011

Fire and Security Pakistan 2010

Fire and Security Pakistan 2010

19 – 22 MAY 2010

KARACHI EXPO CENTRE

FIRE & SECURITY PAKISTAN 2010 – MEETING YOUR SAFETY NEEDS

BRINGING FIRE, SAFETY & SECURITY MARKET TO YOUR DOORSTEP

The International Fire & Security Exhibition & Conference – FIRE & SECURITY PAKISTAN serves as an excellent platform in Pakistan for indigenous as well as foreign companies to showcase their product range.

FIRE & SECURITY PAKISTAN 2009 proved to be an interactive and rewarding experience for the participants. It had the participation of 92 companies from 16 countries including Austria, China, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan, Pakistan, Poland, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, U.A.E., U.K. and U.S.A. The exhibition was visited by more than 7000 business professionals and was extensively covered by local and international media including 10 publications from countries like U.K., Russia, China and Pakistan.

The 6th International Fire & Security Exhibition & Conference – FIRE & SECURITY PAKISTAN 2010 will address multi-dimensional safety and security needs of the region. The exhibition will showcase a wide-array of fire fighting, safety and security equipments and systems by leading international and domestic manufacturers, traders and integrators. The show will bring a highly targeted audience from the related industries to witness state-of-the-art technology and reap benefits through excellent networking opportunities.

Scanners to be installed in major cities soon: Malik

ISLAMABAD : Scanners will be installed in major cities to ensure maximum security to the citizens. This was said by Interior Minister Rehman Malik Tuesday in an interview with a private TV channel.

The fixed scanners will be installed at rush locations, after which manual checking of vehicles will not be required, he said.

The mobile and fixed scanners will be imported from China , and the first shipment will reach soon.

In the recent past, about 62 terrorists and their facilitators have been nabbed on check posts; out of which 10 were suicide bombers.

The government will also establish a Students Elite Force, and about 5000 e-mails have been received so far from the students who wanted to work as volunteers under this force. -APP.

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Pogee 2010

19 – 22 MAY 2010

KARACHI EXPO CENTRE

Pakistan with an ideal geographic and strategic location serves as a corridor for the international supply routes of energy. Being a regional power house, the country possess opportunities of setting up the oil and gas pipelines as well as electricity grids within the region and with other neighbouring energy rich countries such as Iran, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan.

Pakistan’s energy requirements are increasing every year and to meet the rising demand of energy, the government of Pakistan is currently focused on diversification of gas supplies, reconstruction of hydropower plants, construction of underground gas storage facilities, development of oil exploration & production, tapping of renewable energy resources, attracting foreign investment and privatisation of state-owned assets.

Pakistan is responding to the energy development challenge by pursuing a wide range of domestic and imported energy projects and in the year 2008 – 2009, the Oil, Gas and Energy industry has attracted Foreign Investment of about US$ 796 million.

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June 30, 2011

POGEE 2010

POGEE 2010

8th International Exhibition for the Energy Industry
(19 – 22 May 2010)

INTRODUCTION

Pakistan with an ideal geographic and strategic location serves as a corridor for the international supply routes of energy. Being a regional power house, the country possess opportunities of setting up the oil and gas pipelines as well as electricity grids within the region and with other neighbouring energy rich countries such as Iran, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan.

Pakistan’s energy requirements are increasing every year and to meet the rising demand of energy, the government of Pakistan is currently focused on diversification of gas supplies, reconstruction of hydropower plants, construction of underground gas storage facilities, development of oil exploration & production, tapping of renewable energy resources, attracting foreign investment and privatisation of state-owned assets.

Pakistan is responding to the energy development challenge by pursuing a wide range of domestic and imported energy projects and in the year 2008 – 2009, the Oil, Gas and Energy industry has attracted Foreign Investment of about US$ 796 million.

OIL & GAS INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

The location of Pakistan at the crossroads of Central Asia and the Arabian Sea has brought into spotlight its significance as an attractive market and a regional transit route for energy. Oil and Gas are the two major components of the energy mix which contribute 79% to the 63 million TOE of energy requirement in the country. The Government is formulating investor-friendly policies to increase the share of indigenous resources in the country. As a result of these policies, the Oil & Gas sector has attracted foreign direct investment of over US$ 700 million in 2008-09.

Pakistan is one of the largest consumers of gas in the region. It has a well developed and integrated infrastructure of transportation, distribution and utilisation of natural gas with 10,285 km of transmission and 93,961 km of distribution network. The two gas distribution companies plan to invest about US$ 400 million to increase the capacity of existing distribution network.

Up till now 725 wells have been drilled by various local and international exploration and production companies with 219 Oil & Gas discoveries, bringing the gas reserves to 30 TCF. An investment of US$ 1 billion was spent in drilling activities with 60 new wells drilled in 2008-09. At the same time, the crude oil recoverable reserves are estimated at 313 million barrels. The current production of oil is 66,532 barrels per day, whereas gas production is at 4 billion cubic feet per day.

Currently seven refineries are operating in the country with a refining capacity of 13 million tonnes per year.

Pakistan is now the largest CNG user in the world. Currently, 2700 CNG stations are operating with an investment of over US$ 1 billion, serving 2 million vehicles in the country.

LPG

LPG is environment-friendly and an economical fossil fuel available in the country. It is mainly used by the people living in remote areas, having no access to natural gas. Annual LPG consumption is 600,000 tonnes out of which 20% is met through imports. Total investment of US$ 200 million has already been made to develop the LPG supply infrastructure.

COAL

Pakistan has the 7th largest coal reserves in the world, estimated at over 185 billion tonnes of Coal. The country is producing 2.4 million tonnes of coal to meet the current coal consumption of 6.4 million tonnes while 4 million tonnes is imported to fulfill the energy requirement of the country. The Government has allocated an annual budget of US$ 25 million for the development of Thar Coal Infrastructure. Thar Coal project has the potential to cater to the increasing national energy requirement for decades with a relatively low unit cost.

THE SHOW – OIL & GAS PAKISTAN

Oil & Gas Pakistan is geared to be an exclusive trade exhibition, showcasing state-of-the-art equipment and machinery providing its participants with a comprehensive technical insight into the regional Oil & Gas industry.

POGEE, featuring Oil & Gas Pakistan and Power Technology Pakistan exhibitions, has established itself as the premier event catering to the Oil, Gas & Energy sectors. It serves as a convergence point for national and international companies to explore business opportunities in Pakistan . With unprecedented experience and reach, POGEE is the ideal venue to interact with key decision-makers and government officials, discuss areas of mutual cooperation, implement government plans and fulfill the future requirements of this industry in Pakistan.

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June 30, 2011

hvacr exhibition 2010

The Air-conditioning technology was in use in Pakistan since 1947 at the time of its independence. It was a period when local expertise was developing only upon the supply and installation of imported equipment in accordance with the system designs prepared abroad.

Our engineers, technicians, architects and entrepreneurs soon recognized the importance of this field and they became active in developing the expertise in consultancy, installation, commissioning, operating, maintaining, and manufacturing. It can be claimed now proudly, that the current state of technology in Pakistan is such that we can take pride in some of our experts having the knowledge and expertise second to none in the world.

Having recognized the facts that the state of Pakistan HVACR technology has reached a stage where it requires a concerted efforts at collective levels to keep pace with the global development of technology.

HVACR community rose to the occasion and formed a society under the name and style of “Pakistan HVACR Society” in 1995. Since then, the Society started organizing various disciplines of the field under its umbrella.

HVACR History

Before formation of Pakistan HVACR Society no doubt, HVACR activities were present in the Country, but were not so organized. Technical expertise were scattered and a uniform platform was very much required to bring together all disciplines of the HVACR and to promote its activities.

The idea of this Society was derived for the first time in 1993, which was implemented and put into practice. At that time, National Institute of Technical Education, Ministry of Education desired to hold a National Conference/ workshop on Air conditioning and Refrigeration Technology. In June 1993, they approached leading manufacturers, contractors, engineers and consultants associated with HVACR field. The idea was to help them. This objective appealed to all organizations associated with HVACR field and full support was extended to NITE. By mutual discussion, the scope was extended to simultaneously hold an exhibition of HVACR products and conference on October 23-24, 1993 at National Technical Teachers Training College Islamabad.

This event was a great success. The conference provided an opportunity to all delegates including leading personalities associated with HVACR field to discuss the possibility of establishing a Society to look after the promotion of HVACR activities in the country. Subsequently several meetings were held in Islamabad, Lahore & Karachi and were attended by delegates from almost all the major industrial towns of Pakistan.

In June 1994, a meeting was held in Karachi under the chairmanship of Mr. Anwar Saddat whereby it was decided to establish a society to promote the interests of HVACR field in the country.

At that time, Pakistan HVACR Society was passing through its initial stage. Working procedures had to be laid down, various disciplines were to be made and functional outlines had to determined and finalized. It was very rightly visualized that once these matters are settled and its Bylaws are made up this organization would be in a much better position to be of an effective help and support to its members.

To start from very initial stage of square zero to this level, is indeed a great achievement and all those who did this difficult task really deserve solute for their work. It goes without saying that HVACR activities have tremendously progressed under the umbrella of the Society. No doubt, the foundation stone has been laid down and first step taken in the right and positive direction but still it has to go a long way ahead and much more has to be done for the progress, prosperity and betterment of this field. On the one hand, this organization will serve the profession and the field both through the experience & expertise of the professional elders and on the other hand, it will also immensely help the end users, manufacturers and all others related to this profession and trade.

It’s worth mentioning here that despite all these constraints, the Society has successfully conducted ten exhibitions, which is a significant feather in the cap of Society. The keen interest shown both by the business community and public at large is very healthy sign, which exhibits a bright future of the Society. Being a representative body, well-organized and informative institution, it may be of tremendous help to its members and others concerned with HVACR field.

At this stage, Pakistan HVACR Society has built up different forums and various committees at all levels. The Society goes in to elections after every two years and different bodies are elected to look after the affairs of the Society. The most effective and powerful & elected body is Executive Council at Head Quarter level. This body is headed by a President and meets after every two months. The Executive Council is supported by three chapters presently operating at Islamabad, Lahore & Karachi. The Executive Council comprises of 15 members; Senior Vice President, Vice President, Hon. General Secretary, Hon Finance Secretary, Media Secretary, Publication Secretary and eight council members. They all are working on volunteer basis with no personal motives and devoting their time, energy, experience, skill and expertise for the cause of promotion of HVACR in Pakistan. The decisions so taken are executed at branch levels known as Chapters. Similarly, Chapter Council is also elected and is headed by Chapter Chairman. Moreover Society has its principal office know as Society Head Quarter at Islamabad.

The Pakistan HVACR Society has no doubt, covered a long distance in relatively shorter period of time and that is just in 10 years. Within a span of less than a decade, the Society has bagged tremendous achievements towards attainment of its objectives.

Just have a glance:

* A decade full of life.
* A decade of development.
* A decade of achievements.
* A decade of recognition and acceptance.
* A big history in a relatively shorter period of time.

The sphere of acceptance and recognition of Pakistan HVACR Society has even crossed the Territorial Boundaries of Pakistan. In 1997, a year of land mark when society made another big achievement by obtaining AFFILIATION with the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-conditioning Engineers, Inc. (ASHRAE) which is no doubt the largest institution of its kind in the world.

Eventually Pakistan HVACR Society has succeeded in opening of 1st ever ASHRAE Chapter in Pakistan; another feather in its cap. This has become possible due to dedicated interest, prolonged and hectic efforts of Society’s management in particular Society’s President Mr. Fahim I. Siddiqui, who has always been instrumental and looking for the possibilities of improvements and betterment of the society, both internally and externally.

The Pakistan HVACR Society has successfully conducted 16 Exhibitions in major cities of Pakistan; Islamabad, Lahore & Karachi. The interest shown by the industrial sector, Businessmen Groups and all concerned with the HVACR activities, is definitely a healthy and encouraging sign for the progress, prosperity and Technological Advancement of the country. In fact HVACR technology no doubt, is a basic technology and is almost required everywhere in Domestic, Commercial and Industrial Sector. It gives a great infrastructural support to the Industrial Growth for instance Pharmaceutical, Textile, Transport and low temperature applications etc.

At the moment, topic of the town is “17th Expo and Conference” Remarkable Event unique of its kind ever conducted in Karachi, the biggest city of Pakistan. A unique Industrial Exhibition is scheduled in Convention Centre Islamabad. The time selected for this occasion is March 19 ~ 21, 2009, no doubt the most beautiful and enjoyable weather, the springtime in a city. Similarly Pakistan HVACR Society also arranging its next exhibition at Karachi in March 19 ~ 21, 2010; the most enjoyable weather in the historical and cultural city of Pakistan.

The leading and prominent Businessmen, Industrial Groups and Representatives of foreign manufacturers have almost got booked all the stalls. Simultaneously an annual conference is also being arranged where persons equipped with technical expertise, vast knowledge, valuable experience of years and years and latest research and innovations at their credit, would apprise the participants and public at large. This conference will be followed by General Body Meeting, where strategic planning will be carried out for the years to come and decisions of immense and prime importance would be taken.

To commemorate this remarkable event of 17th Expo & Conference a very comprehensive plan have been chalked out covering the commercial, economical & technical aspect of this unique event followed by a great grant fare well dinner & Musical / Social Function.

This well-organized & planned event will be remembered by the people for a long time to come when Pakistan HVACR Society arranges its next Expo & Conference, in Karachi in March 2010.

The Pakistan HVACR Society is pleased to appraise its honourable viewers on the events and programs pertaining to the 17th Expo & Conference Scheduled in March 19-21, 2010.
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Exhibitions are one of the most effective tool of trade Promotion. Leading trade centres of the world provide permanent exhibition facilities to encourage buyer-seller interaction. Karachi Expo Centre is located in the commercial Capital of Pakistan. It has a distinction of being in the back yard of CAR countries, accessible to middle east and a gate way to other Asian Countries. Karachi being cosmopolitan, adds flavour for international marketing geopolitically. Karachi Expo Centre is equipped with modern facilities based on international standards creating a market and a world of its own. It comprises of three independent linked halls measuring 6690 Sq.m base area. Two halls contain mezzanine floor measuring 445 Sq.m each, while the third hall has a space of 1270 Sq.m on its two mezzanine floors. Congress centre houses the press, secretarial services, a large modern kitchen and a cafeteria on its first floor. The second floor is available for conferences/seminars for a sizeable gathering. The whole complex is centrally air-conditioned. Adequate warehousing and parking facilities are also available.

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