Sheikh Hamad bin Mohammed Al Sharqi, a member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Fujairah, stressed the key role played by OPEC in achieving rates commensurate with the needs of the world oil market. The work of the organization.
It was during his reception, at the Rumila Palace, during the inauguration of the second phase of his Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Hamad bin Mohammed Al Sharqi, Prince of Fujairah, His Excellency Dimpri Silva, Nigerian Oil Minister and Mohammed Barquinto, Secretary General of the OPEC, Poroj Petroleum and Gas Investment Company , With a capacity of one million cubic meters was established to store oil derivatives at Fujairah with total capacity in the first and second phases. One of the giant storage facilities.
These renewable projects support the strategic vision of the United Arab Emirates in the energy and petroleum industries, and contribute to strengthening Fujairah’s economic position by enhancing oil storage capacity and enhancing the scale of services in the Fujairah petroleum industry. , Which is one of the most important centers of oil and fuel storage and petroleum derivatives in science. Foss asked for details of Borogen’s second phase project in the petroleum sector and details of buildings completed and working in accordance with the best international specifications and standards that support development pillars at all stages of construction. Improving the country and its sustainable economy.
Al Buroz Petroleum and Gas Investments praised his high-level efforts to improve fuel and oil storage activity in the Fujairah Emirate and to enhance its competitive reputation in the energy and oil sector among international companies.
In turn, the Nigerian oil minister praised Fujairah’s leading role in improving the energy and oil storage sector, and the advanced scientific techniques that contribute to enhancing fuel, its advanced capabilities and efficiency in the Middle East and the world, achieving national economic indicators and the state’s comprehensive development goals.
The OPEC Director-General noted that the data on the ground in Fujairah undoubtedly indicates that the emirate is moving forward in the storage and export of all types of oil and gas, and that these giant petroleum projects confirm its leadership in one of the world’s major energy capitals.
The meeting was attended by Mohammed Saeed Al Thanhani, Director of the Emirate Court in Fujairah, Salem Al Jahmi, Director of his High Commissioner’s Office, Prince Sharif Al Olama of Fujairah, and Ahmed Mohammed, Deputy Secretary of the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure. Al Cafi, Assistant Secretary of State for Oil, Gas and Mineral Resources, and Salem Al Afkam, Fujairah Petroleum Industries “Foss” and several experts in the field of oil and fuel storage.
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