Published on 3 March, 2010
|The event has proven itself to be the focal point for discussion on key security issues|
Following the overwhelming success of the conference over the last two years, Fleming Gulf is delighted to announce its 3rd Middle East Energy Security Forum 2010 scheduled to take place on 26th - 28th April 2010, Bahrain.
"Bringing together some of the brightest minds from leading regional and international organisations, with opportunities to share knowledge and vast areas of experience, MEESEC 2010 is the Middle East's leading - must attend energy security forum - that reveals the latest strategies & technologies which can be implemented to effectively mitigate threats. The event will address the increasing need for the effective and efficient integration of operations into an overall business security strategy as well as the implications behind such integration into the business. The strongest point of our events has been format of conference which allows good interaction between the participants. Moreover the event is a must not miss gathering of security professionals," commented Shefiu Ismael, Conference Producer at Fleming Gulf and responsible for this event.
Discussions vary from current security challenges to in-depth examination of terrorist threats and latest emergency response strategies
Taking place over 3 days, the event has proven itself to be the focal point for discussion on the best practices, innovative solutions and creative ideas on successful key security issues.
The third in a series of successful annual forums, the event aims to emulate the success of its predecessors by strategically meeting the heavy demands on energy security today.
Enriched speaker panel (leading industrial figures from renowned organisations like Qatar Petroleum, College of North Atlantic, QatarGas, Honeywell Security
Middle East, American Society Industrial Security
(ASIS), Qatar, Pakistan Petroleum Ltd, Dolphin Energy, RasGas, Nabors Drilling Internal Ltd, Anadarko Petroleum, Department of Energy - Energy Security Division USA, King Abdullah University, KSA, Australian Institute Of Public Safety, Raytheon, Qatar etc) and due support of American Society Industrial Security (ASIS), Doha Chapter and premium sponsors (Qatar Petroleum, Olive Group
, Honeywell, Raytheon
, College of North Atlantic, Siemens
) contributed to the overwhelming success of the forum last year.
Hence, the event promises to be even bigger and spectacular this year with a three day highly focused programme that will be finely crafted in support of the distinguished panel of advisors who are expert leaders in regional and international security sector, just to name a few, Robert Ream, Deputy Director - Directorate Industrial Security, Qatar Petroleum, Qatar; Nigel Carpenter, Former Deputy Group Head of Security, BP, Managing Director, GSR Associates; Dennis Shepp, Independent Security Management Consultant & Advisor, Special Security Services - KAUST, KSA; Lachlan Simpkins, former Security Operations Manager, Nabors Drilling and current Security Consultant, UAE; Williams Kenanagha, Security Operations Manager, Total Nigeria, Nigeria.
Discussions vary from current security challenges, in depth examination of terrorist threats and latest emergency response strategies, evaluation of brand new security technologies, solutions, products and services, that could help safeguard company infrastructure, focussed session on Iraq, and many more.
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