ITF, the global technology facilitator, will be highlighting the growing importance of innovation to solve Middle East oil and gas production challenges at two high profile events.
The organisation, which has a membership of global oil and gas operators and service companies, will exhibit for the first time at the SPE Intelligent Energy Middle East exhibition in Dubai and the following week will hold its fourth Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) cluster meeting, which will take place in Doha, Qatar.
SPE Intelligent Energy Middle East is taking place in Dubai from 28 to 30 October and ITF will be exhibiting on stand D46. This year’s theme - ‘Realising the Full Asset Value’ - reflects the critical challenges facing the industry including field development in harsher, more complex environments, activity in integrated operations and the role of real-time data in managing risk.
Similar topics around the growing importance of technology in maximising production will be discussed and explored in greater depth during ITF’s fourth GCC meeting to be held on the 5 and 6 of November in Doha, Qatar. The event will be hosted by GE at the Qatar Science and Technology Park (QSTP) with around 50 of the region’s key oil and gas figures expected to attend.