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Neither does new project tendering appear to have been affected", Meed said.
MEED must also be differentiated from other chronic inflammatory bowel diseases of horses, including granulomatous enteritis (GE), lymphoplasmacytic enterocolitis (LE), and idiopathic eosinophilic enterocolitis (EC).
A hunt is now on to find the Gulf's Project of the Year, said Meed in a statement.
The Minister said that the MEED Energy Forum this year coincides with the anniversary of the first crude oil shipment exported eighty years ago from Bahrain to Japan in 1934.
As per MEED Insight's GCC Construction Report 2014, a total of $59bn was awarded in contracts last year (2013) in the GCC, marking the sector's growth at levels unprecedented since 2008.
MEED did not report the pipeline's capacity, with earlier indications suggesting this could be over 1.
Qatar is the third-largest projects market among the GCC countries behind Saudi Arabia and the UAE, according to the Meed Insight projects forecast for the GCC countries.
The Gulf region's increasing focus on offshore oil and gas projects is attracting renewed interest from major global contractors as well as new entrants to the market, said a statement issued in connection with the Meed awards.
Edmund O'Sullivan, Chairman of MEED Events who said: "MEED is delighted to organise this conference at a time of great opportunity and development potential for the Sultanate, especially in the current time where the Sultanate is witnessing major investment and business opportunities.
The annual MEED Arabian Power and Water Summit will take place on 28-29 March this year, held under the patronage of the Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority (ADWEA).
MEED said more than $220bn of transport infrastructure projects were planned or under-way in the GCC region.
Qatar's successful bid to host the FIFA World Cup in 2022 is set to launch a US$ 60 billion construction boom in the Gulf state according to this week's issue of MEED -- the Middle East Economic Digest.