STATS Group has added more staff to its Middle East operations as the result of a post-Covid uptick in project activities, while one of its most experienced pipeline intervention experts has relocated to the region.
Iran, which is due to meet with OPEC partners on June 2, has no plan to join any freeze in crude output as the country won’t be done ramping up oil exports to pre-sanctions levels before the second half of the year, the head of the state oil company said.
Oil market watchers see a 50-50 chance that Russia, Saudi Arabia and other major producers will agree to freeze output in Doha on April 17, but either way they don’t anticipate any impact on crude supply because most of the countries are already pumping flat out.
Air Energi has secured a deal to supply contract personnel to Qatar Petroleum.
The five-year deal, which includes a two-year extension option, will see the company support the national oil company’s offshore redevelopment project at the Bull Hanine oil field.
Air Energi will help source candidates from across a number of disciplines including engineering, construction and health, safety and environment and quality.
McDermott International has been awarded a brownfield project by Qatar Petroleum for the engineering, procurement, construction and installation of four wellhead jackets.
The company said the installation of two jackets in the Bul0Hanine field offshore Doha has been scheduled to be completed by December next year.
Aberdeen businesswoman Jeanette Forbes is to be one of the featured speakers at the Gulf Intelligence Women in Energy Summit, which takes place today in Doha, Qatar.
Ms Forbes, chief executive of PCL Group, was invited to take part in the summit to address delegates on “Technology: Clearing the path for women to work in technical field?”