Korean Prime Minister Nak-yon Lee. Photo: Greg Trauthwein

Korean Prime Minister Lee Visits OTC

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Korean Prime Minister Nak-yon Lee attended the 2019 Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) at NRG Park on Wednesday, 8 May, emphasizing the global reach of the offshore energy industry.

"It was an honor to welcome Prime Minister Lee and have him experience everything that OTC has to offer," OTC Board of Directors Chairman Wafik Beydoun said. "His presence symbolizes the importance and impact of our conference as well as the global presence of attendees from more than 100 countries."


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