Egypt’s Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Eng. Osama Kamal, headed this morning to Ravenna, Italy so as to take part in the 11th Offshore Mediterranean Conference and Exhibition (OMC 2013) – which will be from 20 -22 March, 2013.
Offshore Mediterranean Conference and Exhibition (OMC 2013) is started in 1993 and is now in its 11th edition and has become the most important exhibition and conference of its kind, focusing on oil, gas and energy issues facing Mediterranean countries. Held in Ravenna, Italy, its 20 years of activity, Offshore Mediterranean Conference and Exhibition (OMC 2013) has provided on-going support to the development of the oil & gas business by providing the industry with the ideal arena for discussions on research and development, new achievements in product technology as well as the opportunity to review challenges in the energy sectors.
Offshore Mediterranean Conference (OMC) attracts over 1,200 delegates, with 240 papers submitted from 22 countries, with 12 official delegations from: Algeria, Angola, Australia, Azerbaijan, China, Egypt, Kazakhstan, Mali, Norway, Qatar, Turkey and Turkmenistan. Offshore Mediterranean Conference held in Ravenna in March 2011 had over 10,400 visitors from 38 countries, 469 exhibiting companies from 25 countries. At OMC 2013 the renewable energy sector will have dedicated exhibition space for companies involved the eolic and photovoltaic sectors of the renewable energy industry.
Fields being covered at the conference include:
- Exploration and Production
- NGL and LNG processes
- Environmental Aspects
- Oil and Gas Economics
- Management of Offshore Hydrocarbons