Milaha and Schlumberger held a particular occasion to mark the graduation of operations of the primary Qatari-owned offshore stimulation vessel Halul-48
The graduation of the operation of this stimulation vessel is a results of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed by Milaha and Schlumberger in April 2019. The collaboration between the 2 corporations aligns with Tawteen, the provision chain localisation programme for the vitality sector in Qatar, led by Qatar Petroleum.
The institution of the Halul-48 offshore stimulation vessel leveraged the respective experience of each Milaha, the main maritime and logistics service supplier in Qatar, and Schlumberger, the main supplier of digital options and revolutionary applied sciences for the worldwide vitality trade.
In his speech throughout the graduation ceremony, Milaha president and CEO Abdulrahman Essa Al-Mannai mentioned, “This Qatar-owned, Qatar-flagged and Qatar-operated offshore oil nicely stimulation vessel is likely one of the centerpieces of the five-year joint improvement settlement between Milaha and Schlumberger.
“This achievement demonstrates our dedication to enhancing a extremely resilient and aggressive provide chain, thus contributing to the In-Nation Worth (ICV) programme developed to enrich the Qatar Nationwide Imaginative and prescient 2030, by sustaining sustainable financial development for the vitality sector and selling GDP diversification.”
“Schlumberger is dedicated to enabling operational efficiency and effectivity by the localisation of the provision chain by bringing best-in-class expertise and experience to the Qatari vitality sector,” added Schlumberger managing director for Qatar Amit Singh. “We’re happy to start operations of Halul-48, the primary Qatari-owned offshore stimulation vessel. Schlumberger is pleased with its collaboration with Milaha and appears ahead to ongoing contributions to the Tawteen programme and growing native participation.”
For the reason that launch of Qatar Petroleum’s ICV programme in February 2019, each Milaha and Schlumberger have demonstrated dedication to investing in native content material by collaborating with in-country suppliers in oilfield-grade cement and tools manufacturing, in addition to supporting instructional and improvement initiatives with operators and native universities. This enhanced partnership will generate new alternatives to contribute to Qatar Petroleum’s native provider improvement programme.