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Twenty-one industry experts presented case studies ranging from projects and innovation, integrity and reliability, to operations excellence at the 15th Engineering Forum, hosted by Qatargas. The annual event saw engineers from Qatar Petroleum, Shell, ExxonMobil, Dolphin Energy, Qatar University and Qatargas, sharing expertise and best practices.
Held at the Qatar National Convention Center on December 3, 2018, the Forum had more than 400 engineering experts from oil and gas companies and academia attending.
In his opening remarks, Khalid bin Khalifa Al Thani, Chief Executive Officer of Qatargas, said, “We are pleased to see that the annual Engineering Forum provides our young engineers an opportunity to engage with experienced mentors and counterparts, thus assuring continuance of the Qatari LNG industry’s legacy - a rich legacy of innovation, reliability, sustainability and safety.” A total of 52 abstracts were submitted, 21 of which were selected to be presented at the forum, including ‘Best Practices of Water Injection Systems’, ‘New Earth fault Protection philosophy for 33 kV GIS’ and ‘Performance Based Cost Effective Chemical Selection for Fresh Cooling Water (FCW) Systems’ Participants shared technical expertise, discussed latest developments, and highlighted best practices in the oil and gas industry in Qatar. The event also provided networking opportunities among peers and showcased case studies on a wide range of engineering subjects.
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