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Message from the Director

Qatar University's Board of Regents, chaired by Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani, approved on January 22nd, 2007 the establishment of the QU Gas Processing Center proposed by the College of Engineering.

The center addresses the problems, challenges, and opportunities facing the state of Qatar's gas processing industry. The center is focused on two main themes which are Asset Management/Process Optimization and Sustainable Development.
The services provided by the center have been designed to address the necessities and challenges of both Qatar University and the Qatari Industry....continue reading

Prof.Muftah El-Naas Acting GPC Director

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The Center is conceived to conduct research and development in areas pertinent to the consortium members.

The overall objective of the Center is to be the focal point for generating, maintaining and disseminating information and technology related to Qatar’s gas processing industrial base, accomplished through the range of services the Center will offer. This will create an in-country technical repository and applied research capability that will complement the technologies and technical services provided by the multinational partners of Qatar’s National Companies. This will, over time, assure that Qatar has its own, locally sited and controlled source of knowledge and technology to operate, maintain and enhance its industrial facilities – the Qatarization of knowledge and technology.

The two themes that will form the initial focus of the Center are: Asset Management addresses the ongoing operating, maintenance, troubleshooting and process improvement challenges that Qatar industry will face over time.

Gas processing center lab photo