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ADCO’s Al Kindy is chairman for 2010 ADIPEC

Posted on 08 December 2009

ADCO general manager Abdul Munim Saif Al Kindy is chairman of the 2010 Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference.

ADCO general manager Abdul Munim Saif Al Kindy is chairman of the 2010 Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference.

Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil Operators (ADCO) general manager Abdul Munim Saif Al Kindy, a former member of the IADC Executive Committee, has been selected as chairman of the 2010 Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC). Paper proposals are being accepted for the event, scheduled for 1-4 November at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre.

“I am delighted to take up the role of conference chairman for ADIPEC 2010 and look forward to working with DMB World Media to help shape and develop the conference,” Mr Al Kindy said. “ADIPEC has helped to position the region as one of the most important geographies in the international energy industry, and I look forward to being a part of that in 2010.”

Mr Al Kindy has worked in key oil and gas regions around the world, including the UAE, Europe and the United States. He also serves on the Board of ESNAAD and National Drilling Company (NDC) and is a member of the Petroleum Institute Board of Governors.

ADIPEC’s new event director commented, “We are honored to have Mr Al Kindy on board for next year. His unrivaled knowledge of the industry, both regionally and internationally, will be a great asset to the conference and the event as a whole.

“In my new role as event director, I will be looking to increase awareness of ADIPEC in the international market, in addition to demonstrating the huge economic importance of the event for the region, having brought in $1.5 billion worth of business alone in 2008,” he continued.

The 2010 ADIPEC, which is being organised in conjunction with SPE, will include a variety of topics under three main themes: subsurface, surface and vision. Industry delegates are invited to submit papers for consideration by the programme committee. Papers should be submitted no later than 1 April 2010 and must include an abstract of no more than 500 words on the scope and nature of work upon which the paper will be based.

These may be submitted either online at www.spe.org/events/adipec or via e-mail to formsdubai@spe.org, and must specify at least one primary category relevant to the paper topic:

Subsurface

  • Drilling
  • Field development
  • Geoscience and reservoir engineering

Surfaces

  • Engineering, projects and contracting
  • Operations, integrity and maintenance
  • HSE

Vision

  • Operations of the future
  • Future exploration and geoscience
  • The next generation of field development
  • Intelligent fields
  • CO2 management
  • Conservation strategies in hydrocarbon production
  • Enhanced hydrocarbon recovery
  • HSE
  • New organisation capabilities
  • Other visionary ideas

Further information about ADIEPC, and a full list of conference topics and sub-topics can be found at www.adipec.com.

4 Comments For This Post

  1. Jamil Says:

    HI sir
    I am living and student in Canada,i would like to aske you if i can appliyed for a jobe for your compgnies,i will done my diploma as Technologiste in civil&mining engeniering.
    thank you so much for replying.

  2. HASNAA Says:

    It is very interesting matter I wish to join ADCO.

  3. Anusha Says:

    Dear Sir,

    Myself Anusha an Environmental Engineer with 4 years of experience. Currently am residing in abu dhabi and looking for a better opportunity. Kindly, let me know if you have any vacancy for EE at your esteemed organization.

    Awaiting for your early response.

    Thank you…..

  4. Abdelkhalek bouricha Says:

    Gd Day,
    Kind ATTN Mr. Abdul Al-Kindy

    – It’s our honor to get in touch with you , we are pleased to cooperate with yr Company . we are glad to be appointed as Agent for all yr Charterer’s vessel touching our area ports for fruitful benefit and good services .
    Respectfully
    Email : abdel.abdelkhalek@tunet.tn
    With our B.Regards

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