This case study details the work of Maersk Oil Qatar to monitor and protect marine ecology at the Al Shaheen oil field, which with a daily production of around 300,000 barrels per day is the largest offshore oil field in Qatar. Maersk Oil has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Ministry of Environment in Qatar that will act as an umbrella agreement for conducting biodiversity studies in Qatari waters and promote conservation of marine ecology.
Promoting the conservation of marine ecology by monitoring whale sharks and biodiversity in the Arabian Gulf
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