GE Oil & Gas to showcase key technology
Doha, December 4, 2011
GE Oil & Gas, a leader in advanced technology equipment and services for all segments of the oil and gas industry, will showcase its new filter house technology at the 20th World Petroleum Congress in Doha.
The World Petroleum Congress (WPC), which is coming to the Middle East for the very first time, opened on Saturday at the Qatar National Convention Center and will run till December 8.
GE Oil & Gas said it will highlight its thought leadership in delivering innovative solutions that enhance the efficiency of the energy sector.
The company CEO D. Heintzelman will address a plenary session at the congress on ‘Technology, Cooperation and Innovation: Making Energy Available to All.’
The company will also showcase its advanced technologies at the World Petroleum Exhibition being held as part of the congress with a 200 sq m pavilion.
To build on its participation at the event, GE Oil & Gas is hosting a series of panel discussions in Qatar to highlight the varied aspects and future trends in the industry.
Rami Qasem, chief executive officer for GE Oil & Gas in the Mena and Turkey said: 'The WPC, coming to the Middle East for the very first time, puts the global oil & gas industry spotlight on Qatar, where GE Oil & Gas has over 35 years of partnerships with the industry leaders.'
'Through the application of our advanced technologies and our local presence, we are further supporting the development of Qatar and the wider region’s oil & natural gas reserves,' he stated.
“Our participation offers an ideal opportunity to reach out to the various industry stakeholders, underscore our advanced technologies, and strengthen partnerships,' remarked Qasem.
'The Middle East market is key to GE Oil & Gas and we are committed to supporting the region’s needs for sustainable energy and infrastructure growth,' he noted.
The key activities of GE Oil & Gas during the congress week in Qatar include, a major seminar on December 5, organised by PII Pipeline Solutions, a joint venture of GE Oil & Gas and Al Shaheen Energy Services, the fully-owned subsidiary of Qatar Petroleum.-TradeArabia News Service