Qatar Shell and the Al-Attiyah Foundation recently celebrated their “long-standing partnership” at an event attended by HE Ibrahim Ibrahim, vice chairman, Al-Attiyah Foundation and Andrew Faulkner, managing director and chairman, Qatar Shell.
For more than five years, Qatar Shell has supported the Foundation’s work as an independent, non-profit think tank focused on energy and sustainable development.
“I would like to pass on my sincere appreciation to Qatar Shell for their continued support as our partner. Once again, Qatar Shell is sponsoring the annual Abdullah bin Hamad Al-Attiyah International Energy Awards, which recognises individuals for their Lifetime of Achievements in the energy industry. We look forward to our continued collaboration.” said Ibrahim said.
Faulkner said, “I was honoured to mark this occasion with the Foundation’s vice chairman, His Excellency Ibrahim Ibrahim. As an independent organisation in Qatar focused on providing expert opinion and informed debate on energy and sustainable development themes, the Al-Attiyah Foundation’s work has great value for the industry.”
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