Inaugural Offshore Middle East Conference set for Oct. 28-30

The first annual Offshore Middle East Conference and Exhibition (OME) Oct. 28 – 30 in Doha, Qatar is an exciting new event for the Gulf region, delivering new opportunities, unique information, and lessons learned for those in the offshore oil and gas arena.

Offshore staff

DOHA -- The first annual Offshore Middle East Conference and Exhibition (OME) Oct. 28 – 30 in Doha, Qatar is an exciting new event for the Gulf region, delivering new opportunities, unique information, and lessons learned for those in the offshore oil and gas arena.

OME will play an important role in the expanding market of the Middle East and has the full support of the Qatar Ministry of Energy & Industry and Qatar Petroleum.
The conference will address key technology and development issues, with a comprehensive educational program and three-day exhibition. This event will bring new focus to the Middle East oil and gas market, which has grown to surpass the Gulf of Mexico for active jackup rigs.

Topics will include field development, management, risers and riser technology, subsea technology, fixed/gravity-based platforms, mobile offshore drilling units, data collection/communication, flow assurance, flowlines and pipelines, mooring and station-keeping, drilling operations, completions, well construction, and tubulars.

OME is the premier technical conference and exhibition for the exploration and development of offshore resources in the region. A forum for sharing of experiences and a platform for the offshore industry of the Middle East to meet, OME is the only event dedicated to offshore operations in the region.

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