World Petroleum Exhibition attracts world’s major names

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The organising committee of the 20th World Petroleum Congress said there has been a steady stream of exhibitor announcements connected with the World Petroleum Exhibition which is being held in parallel to the Congress from December 4 to 8.

The exhibition which has been sold out for months is set to become one of the biggest attractions for trade visitors in the region and the organising committee expects a large number of trade visitors from the region to visit the exhibition halls of the Qatar National Convention Centre.

The World Petroleum Exhibition which is held in parallel to the 20th World Petroleum Congress is set to be the preeminent show of its kind in the region and will be a highlight for many trade visitors seeking opportunities to keep abreast of the most advanced technology and service solutions in the world today.

The exhibitors represent the top echelon of companies in the world which will showcase their most advanced technology and solutions.

They include Neste Oil’s renewable aviation fuel; Weatherford’s integrated reservoir and well systems; Emerson Industrial Automation’s Redundant Control System, advanced panelboards and LED hazardous floodlights; Maxon’s new safety shut-off valves and partial stroke test technology and Hydra-Slide’s hydraulic skidding systems.

Golder Associates will address a multidisciplinary approach to optimising use of unconventional gas while BiTherm will outline Wireless Monitoring Technology and Intensive Maintenance concept and VELOSI its Third Party Inspection and Certification services.

Other prominent companies participating in the exhibition include Sonangol, the Danish Center of Energy Resources (CERE), Deloitte, Emerson Industrial Automation, Emerson Industrial Automation, Golder Associates, Hydra-Slide and Delta Doha Corporation.

The Peninsula