Power-Gen Middle East 2013 final call for papers extended
- Qatar: Wednesday, June 20 - 2012 at 15:56
- PRESS RELEASE
The Power-Gen Middle East 2013 Advisory Board has extended the Call for Papers deadline until Friday 22 June 2012 for speakers to submit an abstract for the Power-Gen Middle East 2013 Conference.
The event is renowned for delivering an informative and comprehensive conference programme and exhibition that provides outstanding content, knowledge and information sharing opportunities.
The Power-Gen Middle East Conference Director, Nigel Blackaby, said, "Power-Gen Middle East is the foremost platform for exchanging ideas and information with strategists, technical experts and leading organisations. Each year we receive top quality submissions for the conference and this year we expect a big focus on how increasing power demands can be met through more sustainable and energy efficient technologies."
Power-Gen Middle East 2013 will present the latest strategic and technical issues facing the region as it returns to Qatar for its third year at Qatar National Convention Centre, Doha, Qatar from 4-6 February 2013.
Qatar is one of the fastest growing countries in the Middle East with 20 projects in the energy sector alone, set to take place over the next 10 years along with major infrastructure developments associated with the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
With such huge investment expected over the coming years. Power-Gen Middle East provides an ideal opportunity for expert speakers from around the world to discuss new business opportunities within Qatar and the rest of the Middle East, as well as the latest technological developments.
Under the theme "Serving the Market's Essential Power Needs", the main focus of Power-Gen Middle East 2013 will be empowering the future power industry with strategic alliances, new and innovative technologies and enterprising partnerships.
With 82 topics on offer, speakers have ample scope upon which to base their abstract. Main themes up for discussion include: Market Structure, Strategic Planning, Market Trends, Project Issues, Operation & Maintenance, Transmission and Distribution and Renewable Energy, Nuclear and Fossil Fired Technologies.
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