Petrofac has been serving Oman’s oil and gas industry for more than 30 years. During this time we have:
Elie Lahoud, Group Managing Director, E&C:
“Oman has played a major role in Petrofac’s growth and development. It’s where we delivered our first project in the region back in the late eighties, and so it has a very special place in our hearts.
“Our longevity in the Sultanate reflects our deep understanding of industry needs, the strong partnerships we have formed and our collaborative and transparent approach to project development.
“We are proud of the contribution Petrofac has made over the years towards in-country value creation, supply chain and national workforce development. US$2.5 billion of in-country value has been generated from working with Omani suppliers and contractors. We continue to partner, support and nurture potential in every relationship.
“Petrofac’s latest campaign celebrates the good things that happen, when we partner for collective success. We’re really proud to have the opportunity to help our suppliers and contractors tell their stories.”
Dhofar Structures and Iron Industries is state-of-the-art structural steel fabrication company specialising in hot rolled structural steel fabrication. The company originated in Salalah in the Dhofar region of Oman and has been collaborating with Petrofac since 2015. Amer Al Kathiri, an Omani welder explains the good things that have happened since Petrofac recognised their potential.
In December 2020, Petrofac was awarded the prestigious Best Practice Award by the Oman Society for Petroleum Services (OPAL), recognising our support for Dhofar Structures and Iron Industries.
Oman Gulf Company is a transportation and engineering civil works company involved in construction and infrastructure development. Oman Gulf, also located in Salalah, has been collaborating with Petrofac since 2017 providing excavation, filling and concrete works for Petrofac’s project in the region. Mazin Al Raisi, a site engineer at OGC talks about the journey to diversification that began when they started working with Petrofac.
Nasma Telecommunications is a technology, IT and communications solutions provider and systems integrator. They started collaborating with Petrofac in 2015 when they worked on their first oil and gas project, diversifying and developing their capabilities. Ahmed Abou Draz, an IT engineer who worked on the project outlines how Petrofac’s knowledge sharing approach has made a difference to their business.
Petrofac provides its full life cycle service capability within Oman. In addition to designing and building plants in the upstream and downstream sectors, we go on to commission, start-up, operate and maintain these facilities. Our training business is focused on providing national workforce development, and Takatuf Petrofac Oman is a leading technical training facility which is proving an immersive and experiential approach to skills and competence development, reducing time to autonomy at the worksite.
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85% of our in-country value investment has been spent through local goods and service providers