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Shell in Qatar
News about Shell’s activities in Qatar, including the Pearl GTL project.
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Qatar Shell announces new developments in the Flagship TAFAWOQ Project Management Centre of Excellence
During a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Conference hosted by the Ministry of Business and Trade, Qatar Shell announced two new developments associated with TAFAWOQ, a Project Management Centre of Excellence established in 2012 in partnership with Qatar Petroleum and Hamad bin Khalifa University.
The Qatar Shell Research & Technology Centre (QSRTC) today held a GTL Jet Fuel Forum to share the outcome and data of a world-class research programme conducted by a GTL Jet Fuel Consortium.
QATAR UNIVERSITY TO CONDUCT PIONEERING RESEARCH INTO IMPACT OF SHELL ECO-MARATHON ON ENGINEERING LEARNING
Qatar University is to conduct a research project on the learning and development benefits for engineering students of participating in the Shell Eco-marathon. The project is to be the first in the world to assess the competition’s academic impact.
Qatar Shell awarded a contract to Chiyoda Almana Engineering (a joint venture of 51% Almana Trading and 49% Chiyoda Corporation) to conduct engineering and project management services at Pearl Gas-to-Liquids plant, the world’s largest and most innovative GTL facility jointly developed by Qatar Petroleum and Shell.
Qatar Shell and QDB hold workshop and announce specific new Shell supply chain business opportunities for local SMEs
More than 100 SME and Entrepreneurs attend. Following on the heels of the agreement signed between Qatar Shell and Qatar Development Bank earlier this year to provide local companies and manufacturers access to new business opportunities, Qatar Shell has unveiled specific new supply chain business opportunities for local companies.
His Excellency Dr. Mohammed bin Saleh Al-Sada, Minister of Energy and Industry and Chairman and Managing Director of Qatar Petroleum, and his accompanying delegation were hosted in London on Sunday by senior executives of Shell, including Andy Brown, Director of Shell Upstream International and former Chairman of Qatar Shell. The delegation included senior representatives from Qatar Petroleum, Qatar Petroleum International, Qatargas Operating Company and Nakilat.
Doha, March 31, 2013 – Qatar Shell employees took the lead to create awareness on road safety by engaging visitors at the 29th GCC Traffic Week exhibition that was organized by the Ministry of Interior recently.
Shell supports Qatarization at Qatar Career Fair 2013 Qatar Shell is the Pearl Sponsor of the Qatar Career Fair 2013 held under the patronage of His Highness The Heir Apparent, Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani.
Qatar Shell participated in the 6th Annual Career Fair for Qatari students in the United Kingdom in a drive to attract and recruit top talent among Qataris studying at UK universities.
Students from Al Bayan Educational Complex School, one of Qatar’s leading female science and technology schools, visited the Qatar Shell Research and Technology Centre. The visit helped increase students’ knowledge of the oil and gas industry in Qatar and showcased some of Qatar Shell’s latest innovation and technologies.
Qatar Shell is reaching out to hundreds of families and children visiting QP’s Environment Fair 2013, under the patronage of His Excellency Dr Mohammed bin Saleh Al Sada, Minister of Energy and Industry and Chairman and Managing Director of QP.
His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales visited Qatar Shell Research and Technology Center (QSRTC) at the Qatar Science and Technology Park (QSTP), the home for technology-based companies from around the world. His Royal Highness was introduced to the latest and most innovative research programmes running at the center.
British Minister for Universities and Science visits Qatar Shell Research and Technology Center (QSRTC)
Qatar Shell Research and Technology Center (QSRTC) at the Qatar Science and Technology Park (QSTP) was honoured to host British Minister for Universities and Science David Willetts. The Minister and the accompanying delegation of senior UK Education officials were greeted by senior Shell officials and briefed on some of the most innovative research programmes taking place at this world-class research facility.