The Bilateral US-Arab Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the USTDA-led delegation from the Kazakhstan's Ministry of Oil and Gas, KazTransGaz, KazMunaiGas (KMG) and NIPi Neftegas to Washington, DC and Houston, TX.
This trip was initiated to facilitate and deepen relationships between these leaders and domestic corporations capable of providing products, services and technologies that will be included in the next round of gas utilization procurements.
In partnership with the National Council on US-Arab Relations (NCUSAR), the Bilateral US-Arab Chamber of Commerce (BUSACC) is honored to present the 5th Annual Model Arab League Conference (MAL). Students participating in the 2012 MAL will learn about the social, political, economic and security challenges of the Arab nations. While developing valuable skills in diplomacy, negotiation, argumentation, critical thinking, research, writing and public speaking, students also gain personal insight and meaningful understanding of issues underlying US-Arab relations.
For more information about the program or sponsorship opportunities please click here or contact: Matthew Kocian at email@example.com
The Bilateral US-Arab Chamber of Commerce's (BUSACC) is pleased to announce our 15th Annual Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) Welcome Reception, with an estimated 800 energy executives and 300 executives attending from the Middle East. Delegates attend from: Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Kuwait, Malaysia, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, and United Arab Emirates, and include representatives from the MENA region national oil companies.
Our Keynote Speaker is The Honorable Francisco J. Sánchez, Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade.
This year's "Visionary Leadership Award" Honoree is Marathon Oil Corporation. Mr. Clarence P. Cazalot Jr., Chairman & CEO of Marathon Oil Corporation will accept the award on behalf of Marathon. The program will also include recognition of His Excellency Ali Suleiman Aujali, Ambassador of Libya to the United States as the “"Goodwill Ambassador" Honoree.
BUSACC will host the OTC reception, a private Board dinner, a private VIP reception and a country spotlight breakfast briefing. A limited number of sponsorship opportunities are still available and events are invitation-only.
For more information and to register, please click here or contact Amanda Dramberger at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 713-880-8168.
In April, regional experts from Africa, the Middle East and South Asia will convene in Glendale, Arizona for the two-day ACCESS 2012 conference at the Thunderbird School of Global Management.
ACCESS 2012 is a unique opportunity to hear directly from U.S. Commercial Service officers serving in some of the world’s fastest growing economies. ACCESS 2012 can help your company identify new export markets and opportunities in Africa, the Middle East and South Asia, obtain the resources necessary to succeed in these markets, and develop market entry strategies. Senior Commercial Officers from the following countries will attend:
The forum will consist of:
- Sessions on market entry strategies, financing, and mitigating risk
- Concurrent sessions covering country and industry specific information and opportunities
- Pre-scheduled one-on-one meetings with Senior Commercial Service Officers and Commercial Specialists
- High-profile keynote speakers
- Numerous networking opportunities
Fee: $425 per person
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Ambassador Series: The Honorable James B. Smith
May 1, 2012
Saudi Arabia's budget for fiscal year 2011 approximates $210.6 billion in expenditures, the Kingdom's largest budget to date.
This emphasis on spending in a time of economic uncertainty demonstrates the Saudi government's ongoing commitment to developing infrastructure and improving social services in the sectors of education, health, security, social and municipal services, water, sanitary drainage, roads, electronic commerce and scientific research support.
The government is also committed to a $400 billion investment program through 2013 aimed at creating opportunities for the private sector through spending to keep the economy on a sustainable growth pattern.
Join us for a Panel Discussion, featuring T.H. James B. Smith, Ambassador of the United States to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, who will speak about opportunities for U.S. companies in Saudi Arabia.
For more information please contact Hala Al-Abdulwahed at email@example.com or call 713-880-8168.