Gulf Energy Information and AIChE to cohost the ChemE Show

The ChemE and Process Engineering Tradeshow will be the leading exhibition and technical event for chemical engineers in North America

 

HOUSTON (September 15, 2022) -- Gulf Energy Information, the leading media provider for the global energy industry, and AIChE®, the Global Home of Chemical Engineers, are partnering to cohost the ChemE and Process Engineering Tradeshow, also known as the ChemE Show, in 2023.

“The combination of AIChE and Gulf Energy Information will be a powerful team to present the ChemE Show for the benefit of engineering and technology for the chemicals industry,” said John Royall, President & CEO of Gulf Energy Information. “AIChE’s unparalleled reach in membership and influence, alongside Gulf’s global media, will assure an important gathering of the industry in November 2023. It’s time to get together again.”

To be hosted at Moody Gardens in Galveston, TX, November 27-30, 2023, the ChemE Show will bring together process engineers, chemical engineers, plant managers and industrial automation experts for three days of networking, case studies and discussions on the future of the industry.

As the leading show for chemical professionals, ChemE Show is expected to attract approximately 5,000 participants and 200 exhibitors. The program will explore the latest trends and technological advancements in the fertilizer, agrichemical, refining/petrochemical, pharmaceutical, and adhesive industries.

Due to the vast reach and impact of the chemical production value chain, it is imperative for chemical industry professionals to come together to share ideas, strategies, and technologies to the betterment of the global chemical sector. This is the primary focus of Gulf Energy Information and AIChE for the 2023 ChemE Show.  

“AIChE is excited to partner with Gulf Energy Information to create an event focused on facilitating collaborations and technical developments that will continue to advance the chemical processing industries into the future,” added Darlene Schuster, CEO & Executive Director of AIChE, regarding the new event.

With support from brands including Hydrocarbon Processing and Gas Processing & LNG, the ChemE Show will equip industry professionals with the latest advancements in the global chemical value chain.

 

About Gulf Energy Information

Gulf Energy Information is a leading provider of media, events, marketing and market intelligence services to the international energy industry, offering in-depth insights, technical content and strategic direction. Gulf's market-leading brands—Petroleum Economist, World Oil, Pipeline & Gas Journal, Hydrocarbon Processing, Gas Processing & LNG, H2Tech, Hydrogen Economist and Transition Economist—serve their markets with digital media that leverage large audiences, as well as select print publications. Gulf also provides market intelligence solutions to the international energy industry through Global Energy Infrastructure.

About AIChE

AIChE is a professional society of more than 60,000 chemical engineers in 110 countries. Its members work in corporations, universities and government, using their knowledge of chemical processes to develop safe and useful products for the benefit of society. Through its varied programs, AIChE continues to be a focal point for information exchange on the frontiers of chemical engineering research in such areas as energy, sustainability, biological and environmental engineering, nanotechnology and chemical plant safety and security. More information about AIChE is available at www.aiche.org.

 

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Gulf Energy Information

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