Feb 02 2013
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MEALF 2013 expands its forum reach to include representatives from the UAE, Egypt, Sudan, Libya, Yemen, Iraq, Syria, Canada and the Far East
Muscat, Sultanate of Oman, February 2nd 2013 - The Middle Artificial Lift Forum (MEALF), the highly recognized energy forum and exhibition has announced that it has visibly expanded its reach during its Forum which will take place from February 5th to 7th 2013 at the prestigious Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi, UAE. The expanded reach includes key delegates, presenters, speakers and exhibitors as well as technical and steering committee membership opportunities from a number of first-time participant countries including the UAE, Egypt, Sudan, Libya, Yemen, Syria, Iraq, India, Canada, China and Thailand.
In less than three days, an extensive number of regional and international delegates from the world's leading energy companies will be participating in the 7th edition of the Middle East Artificial Lift Forum (MEALF) 2013 under the theme 'Uplifting Society', as 50 technical specialists come together to present their strategic papers and open the floor for discussion, debates and knowledge sharing. All the papers and cases that will be presented center on new and best practice applications, systems, and the latest technologies and related innovations in oil and gas recovery.
Speaking on the notable expansion of the Forum's geographical reach, Saeed Al Shaheen, MEALF 2013 Chairman expressed, "We are truly pleased to see the participation from a number of new countries from both emerging markets and developed countries, as we expand our reach in terms of delegates, presenters, speakers and exhibitors as well as technical and steering committee membership opportunities from North Africa and the Far East amongst others, as they will undoubtedly add value to the Forum and contribute to the diversity of our worldwide knowledge sharing platform."
Speakers at this year's Forum will hold technical presentations, discussions, case histories and debates on all aspects of the artificial lift sector among new and existing users as well the main challenges facing the industry in the Middle East.
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