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Guest of Honor
H.E. Nasser Bin Khamis Al-Jashmi, Undersecretary, Ministry of Oil & Gas
H.E. Dr. Ali S. Al-Bemani, Vice Chancelor Sultan Qaboos University
Dr. Zaid Al Siyabi, Director General E&P, Ministry of Oil and Gas (Chairman)
Dr. Badar Al Kharusi, Petroleum Engineering Manager – North, PDO (Technical Committee Chairman)
Dr. Ali Al Gheithy, Petroleum Engineering Director, PDO
Mr. Abdulsattar Al Murshidi, Oil Director North, PDO
Mr. Robert Swain, Vice President Operations - Mukhaizna, Occidental
Dr. Elaine Leith, Technology Manager Oman, SHELL
Mr. Mohammed Al Harty, CEO, OPAL
Mr. Hilal Al Busaidi, CEO, Gulf Energy
Al-Bustan Palace: Meticulously designed for comfort and convenience, our Muscat, Oman, hotel’s 250 charming guest rooms and suites have been uniquely appointed to reflect both local traditions and art deco influences. Al Bustan Palace, A Ritz-Carlton Hotel, features magnificent mountain, sea or garden views from each of its luxurious rooms and suites and features plush accommodations including high-speed Internet access and ample work space.
DATE : 4-6 March 2013
Contact Venue: PO Box 1998 Muscat, 114 Oman Phone: +968 24 799666 Fax: +968 24 799600
HOTEL ROOM RESERVATIONS
Should you wish to stay at the al Bustan Palace Muscat for the duration of the conference – please find the link below to do this. Knowledge Expansion has negotiated preferential hotel room night rates for EOR 2011 conference: 120 OMR per night. In order to receive this rate, delegates are required to complete online or alternatively, get in tough with the hotel via: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org for any other quires you may have.
About Muscat, Oman Muscat is the capital city of Oman and while the original town is located in the old town area near the corniche, Muscat is used generally to describe the area from Seeb to Al Bustan. The strip of city lies nestled between the coastline and the mountains. The old town area includes the town of Muttrah which is famous for its bustling Souq and the fish, fruit and vegetable markets. This tourist hot-spot is picturesque with charming architecture, the corniche and friendly local people. Ruwi high street is alive with noise and lights and a great place to haggle for bargains on fabrics, clothing and accessories. Qurum is the main shopping area with large shopping malls, independent shops and restaurants.
Language: Arabic is the official language of Oman, English and Asian languages are also widely spoken.
Oman Time Difference: GMT + 4
Currency: The basic unit of currency in Oman is the Omani Rial (0.38 rial equals U.S. $1; fixed rate). It is divided into 1000 baiza.
DRESS CODE: Business Attire/National Dress Dress Code - Cocktail Reception / Book Launch – Business Attire