Offshore Middle East Conference & Exhibition opens in Doha

Offshore staff

DOHA -- Offshore Middle East 2010, the region’s premier conference and exhibition for the offshore oil and gas exploration & production industries, got off to a flying start on its first day with more than 1,250 visitors and delegates from over 35 countries.

The official opening ceremony was conducted by His Excellency Abdullah Bin Hamad Al-Attiyah, Deputy Premier and Minister of Energy & Industry, attracted a capacity audience with standing room only. Over the three days, Offshore Middle East will deliver a high quality conference program with over 25 leading speakers including presentations from Qatar Petroleum, Qatar Shell, Maersk Oil, Total and many more.

For further information visit www.offshoremiddleeast.com

10/13/2010

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