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Expanding services in oil sector is essential to maximising value: Petroleum minister

MENA , Monday 25 Mar 2019
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Egypt’s Petroleum Minister Tarek El-Molla (Photo: Al-Ahram)
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Egypt's Petroleum Minister Tarek Tarek El-Molla has stressed the importance of expanding operational and maintenance services in refining and petrochemical projects using the latest technologies to help increase production rates and maximise the value gained from petroleum wealth.

El-Molla’s statements were made at a General Assembly Meeting of the Egyptian Projects Operation and Maintenance (EPROM) to endorse its performance report for 2018.

In a statement on Monday, the Egyptian Minister called for focusing on projects related to engineering inspection, technical support services and training in the field of improving electricity efficiency for companies affiliated with the petroleum sector.

Speaking at the meeting, EPROM chairman and CEO Amgad El-Ahmadi said that his company has achieved the highest performance rates in its various sites.

He further underlined that EPROM has managed to raise the efficiency of production units at the Middle East Oil Refinery.

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