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Huawei Makes a Debut in the 20th World Petroleum Congress

May 26, 2012

December 4th, 2011 – Huawei made a debut in the 20th World Petroleum Congress held in Doha, Qatar. As a leading ICT provider, Huawei is the first one to appear in the significant oil congress.

The triennial World Petroleum Congress is held over five days with more than 4000 delegates, 600 media and 550 presenters participating in a programme that covers all aspects of the industry, from technological advances in upstream and downstream operations, to the role of natural gas, renewable and alternative energy, the management of the industry and its social, economic and environmental impact.

Known as the “Olympian Event of the Oil and Gas Industry”, it is attended by a global oil and gas audience and outside stakeholders such as governments, other industry sectors, NGOs and international institutions who also join in the dialogue.

The World Petroleum Exhibition, held alongside the congress, and in the same venue, features exhibits from the national committees of the World Petroleum Council, which include the most prestigious national oil and gas companies and agencies of the world. It also showcases the most important international oil and gas companies alongside key suppliers, service companies and manufacturers. This is the most significant global exhibition dedicated to the oil and gas industries.

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The booth of Huawei is located in the 9th hall, the 49-square-meter booth is divided into two parts. The first part is the telepresence conference area, where the audience can experience the live connection between the live site and Qatar’s office; the second part is the LCD wall, displaying energy solutions.

Through this oil congress Huawei and oil companies get to know each other – the oil companies understand Huawei as a provider of ICT solutions, while Huawei can identify the latest oil industry trends.