Oman to welcome IGRC in 2020

Sultanate to host the International Gas Union's 16th International Gas Research Conference at the Oman Convention & Exhibition Centre.

Muscat, Oman
Muscat, Oman

Oman will host the International Gas Union’s 16th International Gas Research Conference in 2020. The IGRC is a triennial event organised by the International Gas Union (IGU) that highlights the research, development and innovation aspects of the ever-growing gas industry.

Harib Al Kitani, CEO of Oman LNG LLC commented: "We are very grateful and humbled by being able to bring such a prestigious event to Oman. IGRC 2020 will bring 1,000 senior leaders, partners and experts in the gas industry together to share valuable insights into the role of natural gas today and in the future.

"Such outstanding success is attributed to the ongoing cooperation between the International Gas Union and Oman LNG with the support of the Oman Convention & Exhibition Centre."

Rodney Cox, events director of the International Gas Union said: "The International Gas Union (IGU) is very pleased that Muscat, Oman will be the host of IGRC 2020.

"IGU Charter Member, Oman LNG, has been an active contributor to IGU and hosting IGRC 2020 builds on this ongoing support. We look forward to an outstanding conference that supports both IGU's global objectives as well as a legacy for the natural gas industry in Oman and the region."

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