Dave Campbell, COO and VP of Operations, BP Oman was recognised for his efforts in guaranteeing asset overall performance, reliability and security. Azhar al Kindi, COO, Petrogas E&P was honoured for his efforts in implementing efficiency, security and reliability of its assets.
Petroleum Development Oman’s Nasser al Toqi, upkeep & integrity manager was awarded for his continued commitment to upkeep and technical integrity management and attaining operational excellence for PDO.
Ahmed Saeed al Naqbi, head of Refinery Information Systems, ADNOC Refining was honoured for his achievements in implementation of cutting-edge technologies in the Oil and Gas business.
Chris Breeze, nation chairman, Shell Oman was appreciated for creating higher levels of HSSE requirements across joint ventures. An executive panel with the CEO speaking about future oil and gas business prospects in Oman was also held.
Aman Sethi, conference director – AIM 2018, IQPC Middle East, mentioned, “There is an urgent need for all stakeholders to find out the best possible and cost-effective ways to improve the shelf life of critical equipment.” Sethi added that the summit had BP, Shell, Petrogas, Daleel, OPAL, PDO, ADNOC, Duqm Refinery, Salalah Methanol, Occidental and numerous much more talk about overcoming present challenges with price-efficient tangible options by providers like Oceanearing, SOS, Risk Poynt, Cortec, Texel, IGS and EWATT.
Information Source: Muscat Daily