Omar Salim al-Naimi, director of Environment Protection and Restoration Department, Ministry of Environment (left) and Mansour Rashid al-Naimi, public relations manager of Qatargas speak at a press conference.
What does DOE stand for?
DOE stands for Director of Environment (various locations)
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- Military and Government
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We have 197 other meanings of DOE in our Acronym Attic
- Diario Oficial de Extremadura (Extremadura, Spain)
- Diário Oficial do Estado (Portugese: Official State Gazette; Brazil)
- Dictionary of Old English
- Difficulty On Exertion
- Diffractive Optical Elements
- Diocese of El Obeid
- Direct Operating Expense (financial management)
- Direct Order Entry
- Director of Education
- Director of Engineering
- Disributed Object Everywhere
- Distributed Object Environment
- Dividends on Equity
- Dossier des Ouvrages Exécutés (French: Record of Works Executed; building construction)
- Dragons of Eisengard (gaming guild)
- Due-Out Exists
- Duke of Edinburgh
- Dyspnea On Exertion
- Department of Energy, Assistant Manager for Commercial Nuclear Waste (sometimes seen as just AMC)
- Department of Energy, Assistant Manager for Commercial Nuclear Waste and Projects (sometimes seen as just AMC)
Samples in periodicals archive:
PETER THOMPSON, Gateshead Council service director of environment, regeneration and economic development.
Director of Environment Agency Wales Chris Mills said: "Each of the shortlisted entries has demonstrated a commitment to their local environment and we congratulate them for the great work they are doing.
Salim bin Said al Wahaibi, Director of Environment and Vocational Heath Department at the Directorate General of Health Affairs.
David Savory, director of environment and external affairs said the site would also cut the waste being dumped at the firm's Poplars landfill.
NWDA director of environment and energy, Mark Atherton, said: "As one of the region's key business sectors the energy and environmental technologies industry needs to remain innovative to remain competitive.
Ian Parker, director of environment, Middlesbrough Council has informed me that measures have been put in place for further modifications to the Marton Road corridor including modifications to the Southern Cross junction, the Gypsy Lane/ Gunnergate Lane junction and the Broadwell Road/ Marton Road junction.
He will be succeeded by John Richardson, executive director of environment and neighbourhood services at Middlesbrough Council.