Qatar Petroleum (QP) is supporting the Made in Qatar 2018 exhibition in Oman as a partner of the event’s energy sector, Qatar Chamber announced in a statement.
The expo, which will be organised by Qatar Chamber for the second time overseas, in co-operation with the Ministry of Energy and Industry and Qatar Development Bank (QDB) as strategic partner, is scheduled to be held from November 5 to 9 on a 10,000sq m area inside the Oman Convention and Exhibition Centre in Muscat.
The expo aims to exchange experiences with Omani companies in the industrial sectors, as well as to introduce Omani to Qatari products and opening up new foreign markets to small and large Qatari companies.
QP said its keenness to sponsor the expo is part of its “serious endeavours” aimed at developing the industrial sector of the country since the exhibition presents an ideal platform that brings together various industries. It also enhances the efforts being exerted for the advantage of the economic diversification, QP continued.
Qatar Chamber director-general Saleh bin Hamad al-Sharqi praised QP’s interest in supporting the expo, which significantly reflects its keenness on developing the Qatar’s industry sector.
Al-Sharqi also praised the role played by the company in the industry field and in the national economy in general.
“QP’s sponsorship will enrich its outcomes,” he pointed out, assuring that the expo is a great opportunity that enables visitors to identify the development that Qatari products witness every year.
“It offers a good chance for Qatari firms to recognise the Omani market and promote their products in Oman, as well as review enhancing cooperation with Omani companies and establishing joint industrial ventures,” al-Sharqi said.
QP is an integrated national oil corporation responsible for the sustainable development of the oil and gas industry in the State of Qatar and beyond.
A cornerstone of Qatar’s socio-economic development, QP’s activities and those of its subsidiaries and joint ventures encompass the entire spectrum of the oil and gas value chain locally, regionally, and internationally.
They include the exploration, refining, and production, as well as the marketing and sales of oil and gas, liquefied natural gas (LNG), natural gas liquids (NGL), gas to liquids (GTL) products, refined products, petrochemicals, fertilisers, steel and aluminium, and other various products.
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