Distinguished speakers at MEOS 2011

The 17th edition of Middle East Oil and Gas Show and Conference (MEOS) offers five panel sessions led by presidents, vice presidents, CEOs, deputy managing directors, and chairmen of key players in the industry such as ADCO, Baker Hughes, Exxon Al Khalij, GE Oil & Gas, KBR, Kuwait Oil Company, NPS Energy, Petroleum Development Oman, Shell, Weatherford International, and WorleyParsons.

The sessions will cover the future relations between IOCS, NOCS, and the service industry, how to avoid past mistakes, the value chain integration in mega projects, capacity and skills development, and how fast is technology being developed.

The event offers 38 technical sessions, 114 presentations and posters discussing various upstream and midstream oil and gas topics including, but not limited to, stimulation and productivity enhancement, unconventional gas, EOR simulation and modelling, deep water drilling, reservoir management and modelling, reserves and economics, artificial lift, unconventional drilling technologies, and much more.

In addition to that, MEOS also offers its attendees the opportunity to attend two training courses about transient well testing and waterflooding concepts, design prediction and optimisation, a young members' programme, an industry breakfast session discussing the financial challenges that affect the change, and a state-of-the-art exhibition.

Waleed Refaay, Managing Director, SPE Middle East, North Africa, and India, said, "We are very pleased that despite the challenges this event has faced earlier, it is finally taking place with various engaging features, a comprehensive exhibition with over 300 leading organisations, and an outstanding technical programme composed by preeminent industry figures who will attend the event to share their experiences and best practices."

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