Tuesday, 2 Jun 2020
Oman Oil Company, Shell Development Oman to groom local industry experts

Oman Oil Company, Shell Development Oman to groom nearby market professionals

Muscat – 

Oman Oil Company (OOC), the sultanate’s investment arm in the power and power connected sectors, and Shell Development Oman signed a collaboration agreement to provide secondment possibilities. Signed by eng Isam bin Saud al Zadjali OOC’s CEO and Chris Breeze, Shell nation chairman in Oman, the agreement permits workers of OOC group of businesses and Shell Development Oman to be cross-educated at each and every other’s companies. The partnership fosters employees improvement, elevates skillsets and promotes team productivity to eventually bolster the sultanate’s specialised and skilled workforce.

Eng Zadjali stated, “OOC aims to join forces with industry leaders to enable further development of employees through knowledge transfer. This partnership will facilitate exchange knowledge, know-how and experience from industry experts. Such experience creates a strong and skilled workforce, as well as builds a strong professional network. We aim to further build such partnerships to ensure the Oil and Gas industry is interacting and engaging with the latest technologies and specialized talents.”

Breeze stated, “Our partnership with Oman Oil Company signifies our commitment to creating a long-lasting contribution to the people of Oman. The secondment programme is a great learning experience that allows employees to work with global experts to gain a better understanding of industry standards and technical know-how, while developing new skills and building strategic partnerships. We both fully realise the valuable impact this will have on the efficiency of our business operations and on our employees’ growth opportunities.”

OOC and Shell Development Oman heavily invest in human capital improvement. Both businesses execute a selection of on-the-job instruction programmes to drive Oman’s power sector.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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