Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) signed ten-year offers with 5 Omani businesses throughout OGWA, stated a press release.
Visitors got a likelihood to discover the Omani company marketplace by means of exclusive 1-on-1 meeting and project presentations.
“The Omani energy market is undergoing transformation through the advancements of technology in the sector. We are aware that clients are looking for new methods of producing and manufacturing cost effectively. This opens doors for opportunities to companies such as ours that are looking to enter the Middle Eastern market,” mentioned Thierry Le Gangneux, managing director of Ponticelli and exhibitor from France.
He added, “We have proposed some ideas to clients and are hoping for a positive feedback. Our aim is to build a name in the Omani market and prove ourselves with the work we deliver.”
“The OGWA Exhibition and Conference provided us with a platform to network with many local and international companies. Several other exhibitors visited our booth, acquiring knowledge about what we do,” mentioned Ted Park, senior sales manager of Gloazure Co from South Korea.
“We have actually landed a very big project from one of the ports in Oman and are looking forward to working with them. This is a huge opportunity for us,” he added.
“We have come to Oman for the first time and this is an opportunity for us to introduce our products to the Omani market. We are still studying the oil and gas industry of Oman and OGWA has provided us with a deeper insight about the requirements and demands,” mentioned Habib Gharbi from RIDART, Italy.
“The exhibition has given us a chance to promote ourselves.”
The Oil and Gas West Asia Exhibition and Conference however once again reaffirmed its commitment and supplied a platform to exchange exceptional quantity of details on different facades of the oil and gas sector as nicely as international developments to its guests. OGWA offered exhibitors and attendees the likelihood to discover prevailing and future company possibilities in the nearby marketplace.
Information Source: Muscat Daily