Conference Chairs Message

Welcome message from the Chairman

On behalf of the Produced Water Society – Middle East Chapter, it is our distinct pleasure to extend a cordial invitation to you for the upcoming Middle East Produced Water Oilfield Symposium & Exhibition  2024,” scheduled to take place from 29th – 30th, May 2024 in Qatar.

Building upon the success of previous society events, the 2024 Qatar edition will once again serve as a paramount platform for addressing the latest challenges, exploring opportunities, showcasing innovations, discussing technological advancements, navigating environmental regulations, and delving into water treatment and reuse within the realm of produced water management.

Qatar, a leader in sustainable resource management, has made significant strides in produced water treatment and utilization. Qatar’s commitment to innovation and environmental stewardship will be showcased, offering valuable insights for attendees seeking to implement effective solutions in their respective regions. The symposium promises to be an exceptional opportunity for professionals worldwide to exhibit their cutting-edge technologies, share best practices, and discuss valuable lessons learned. By hosting the event in Qatar, we aim to facilitate a rich exchange of ideas and experiences and promoting international collaboration within the industry.

We firmly believe that this symposium will be a crucial platform for industry leaders, subject matter experts, government officials, and environmental professionals to stay ahead of the latest advancements and growth trends, both regionally and internationally. We extend a special invitation to all IOCs and NOCs to play a pivotal role in shaping the discourse and contributing to the sustainable future of our region.

We look forward to your active participation in making the Middle East Produced Water Oilfield Symposium & Exhibition 2024 a resounding success.

Your presence and contributions will undoubtedly enrich the symposium, making it a memorable and impactful gathering.

Dr. Jenny Lawler

Senior Research Director