The MoU was signed by Qais bin Mohammed al Yousef, chairman of the Board of Directors of OCCI and Chris Breeze, Shell Oman’s nation chairman on Monday.
The agreement aims at making much more jobs and advertising a wide variety of financial improvement and neighborhood outsourcing. It will also encourage new organisations of all sizes to leverage the investment possibilities and worth chain inside Shell’s Integrated Gas Projects.
Commenting on this occasion, Yousef mentioned, “This agreement is component of our strategic strategy to embark on fruitful partnerships with all stakeholders to assistance the sultanate’s sustainable improvement efforts.
“Our aim is to empower companies by creating their capacities and assisting them leverage the obtainable possibilities in the industry in order to positively effect the national economy.
“We are confident this move will improve their production capabilities and help them develop their technology in order to qualify and compete in large scale projects.”
He added, “Our collaboration with Shell Development Oman will facilitate the transfer of the company’s extensive expertise in the oil and gas sector to small and medium enterprises.” Breeze mentioned, “Creating a extended-lasting good effect for the communities in which we operate is a core principal that continues to carry us forward.
“The collaboration with OCCI will help create jobs, open a breadth of opportunities for local contractors to grow their businesses sustainably and contribute to the sultanate’s economic development and diversification.”
Based on this agreement, Shell Development Oman and Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry will jointly utilise different platforms to market Shell’s Integrated Gas Projects.
This will contain an investor exhibition, promotional meetings, company leaders’ summits, trade shows and coaching courses to additional boost the participation of Omani organizations in these strategic projects in the sultanate.
Information Source: Muscat Daily