Energy Technical Exchange

Middle East Produced Water Oilfield Symposium & Exhibition

Middle East Produced Water Oilfield Symposium & Exhibition is scheduled to take place from 17th – 18th September 2024 in Qatar.

Building upon the success of previous society events, the 2024 Qatar edition will once again serve as a paramount platform for addressing the latest challenges, exploring opportunities, showcasing innovation, discussing technological advancements, navigating environmental regulations and delving into water treatment and reuse within the realm of produced water management.

The symposium promises to be an exceptional opportunity for professionals worldwide to exhibit their cutting-edge technologies, share best practices and discuss valuable lessons learned. By hosting the event in Qatar, we aim to facilitate a rich exchange of ideas and experiences and promoting international collaboration within the industry.

The event will be chaired by Ms. Jenny Lawler, the senior Research Director at Hamad Bin Khalifa University.

The executive committee consists of prominent people in the oil and gas industry such as:

Mr. Steve Coffee, President, Produced Water Society

Mr. Hani Khalifa, Technical Advisor President, Produced Water Society Middle East chapter

Mr. Mohammad Albeldawi Environmental Expert and Engineering Consultant

Ms. Saada Al-Shukaili, Head of Water Management, Petroleum Development Oman

Mr. Mokrane Khaldi, Business Manager Water Services

Mr. Mundhir Battashi, Water Management Engineer, Petroleum Development Oman

Mr. Nabil Tarhouni, General Manager, APEX

Mr. Syed A. Ahmed Sr. Process Engineer, Saudi Aramco

Mr. Rajendra Ghimire, Water, Energy Expansion & Sustainability Consultant, Oceanit

Mr. Sami Sayadi, Director- Center for Sustainable Development, College of Arts and Science

Mr. Hamid Samouei, R&D Chemist

Mr. Mohammad A. Al-Ghouti, Professor, A/Department Head, College of Arts and Science and Mr. Zhaoyang Liu, Senior Scientist for Water Treatment, Hamad Bin Khalifa University.

Distinguished speakers, specialists in their own field will be sharing their expertise and knowledge on Produced Water Management & Treatment, Produced Water Desalination, Solids Control and Management and so on.

In addition to the technical knowledge exchange, the event will also feature an exhibition area, providing companies the opportunity to showcase their technology, products and services. This offers a unique chance to strengthen relationships with existing clients and establish connections with new ones. Decision-making attendees make it the ideal place to generate real-time market feedback on new or existing practices of the industry. It allows professionals to be a part of community of likeminded individuals committed to innovation in your vertical and scope to help your organization and professionals.

Furthermore, the Diamond, Platinum, Gold, Silver and Gala dinner sponsorship offer additional benefits such as discount on delegate registration, booth space at a prime location, VIP Passes, complementary delegate passes, press kit release, logo on signage and full-page color advert.

We firmly believe that this symposium will be a crucial platform for industry leaders, subject matter experts, government officials and environmental professionals to stay ahead of the latest advancements and growth trends, both regionally and internationally. We extend a special invitation to all IOCs and NOCs to play a pivotal role in shaping the discourse and contributing to the sustainable future of the region.

Register today for Middle East Produced Water Oilfield Symposium & Exhibition 2024.

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