Under the Patronage of The Egyptian Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources
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20-22 October 2024
Alexandria, Egypt
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Visit Alexandria

The Metropolitan City of Alexandria

Founded by Alexander the Great in 331 BCE, the city of Alexandria’s prime geographical location has played a significant role in its historical and cultural development and made it a pivotal maritime hub, connecting trade routes between Europe and Asia.

Throughout the centuries, Alexandria has been a crossroads of civilizations, blending Greek, Roman, and Egyptian cultures, which have forged its unique cultural heritage.

The home to the legendary Pharos Lighthouse, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and the Great Library, a global center of knowledge and scholarship.

In modern times, Alexandria has preserved its historical allure while evolving into a vibrant metropolis that bridges the past with the present.

Its rich archaeological sites and cosmopolitan life make it a fascinating destination for visitors, offering them a glimpse into its glorious past and dynamic future.

Alexandria’s historical and strategic significance, combined with its prime location along the southern Mediterranean coast, and being at the heart of energy activities in the region establishes it as the perfect venue for hosting the Mediterranean Offshore Conference (MOC).

The city reflects the leading role of Egypt’s energy sector, supported by a wealth of local expertise, energy trade infrastructure, maritime expertise and commercial excellence that rendered it a contemporary hub for energy, culture, and international collaboration.

Alexandria is your opportunity for business!

The exhibition venue is located near the Bibliotheca Alexandrina Conference Center
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City Attractions

Alexandria offers a wealth of tourist attractions that showcase its rich history and vibrant contemporary culture. 1. The Bibliotheca Alexandrina: is inspired by the ancient Great Library of Alexandria which was one of the largest and most significant libraries of the ancient world.

The Bibliotheca Alexandrina

is a modern library and cultural center that hosts millions of books and has an array of art galleries, a planetarium, and a museum.

Fort Qaitbey

is a 15th-century defensive fortress located at the site of the ancient Pharos Lighthouse. The picturesque fort offers a glimpse into the military history of Egypt and stunning views of the Mediterranean.

The Catacombs of Kom el Shoqafa

A fascinating multi-level underground burial site dating back to the 2nd century AD, featuring a blend of Egyptian, Greek, and Roman art. It is considered the largest Roman burial site discovered in Egypt and represents one of the final significant construction projects devoted to the religion of ancient Egypt.

Pompey’s Pillar

An impressive Roman triumphal column, and the largest of its type. It is constructed outside of the imperial capitals of Rome and Constantinople, located amidst the ruins of the ancient Serapeum. It was set up between 298-302 AD in honor of the Roman emperor Diocletian, this large Corinthian column once supported a massive porphyry statue of the emperor clad in armor.

Alexandria National Museum

Housed in an Italianate mansion, this museum displays artifacts that narrate the history of Alexandria through various epochs, including Pharaonic, Roman, and Islamic periods.

Montazah Palace Gardens

Spanning over a vast area, these beautifully maintained gardens surrounding the former royal palace offer a peaceful retreat with lush landscapes and a variety of Mediterranean flora.

Stanley Bridge

A modern architectural marvel, this bridge is a popular spot for photos with its distinctive design and the scenic views it offers of the Mediterranean Sea.

The venue

Bibliotheca Alexandrina Conference Center
6W55+8C5, El-Gaish Rd, Al Azaritah WA Ash Shatebi, Bab Sharqi, Alexandria Governorate 5424011, Egypt


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