Petrofac wins contract to train Iraqis working with Shell field Crazy
Long-Presse / Kirkuk
It announced a global oil services specialist British company, on Tuesday, won the contract to technical training with Dutch Shell operating in the Majnoon field, indicating that it is currently working projects in four different locations in Iraq mandated by the college more than a billion dollars.
She Petrofac Petrofac British global oil services, in a statement, I followed the (long-Presse), it was "signed a contract with several millions of dollars, to provide technical training services for the participation of Shell in the management and operation of its own training center in the Majnoon field, over two years, starting with From October 2015 the present, with the possibility of extension for one year only, "noting that" the private training center Shell opened in 2013, the aim of organizing a typical courses in technical skills and non-technical cadres of the oil Majnoon field, from the Iraqis. "
The deputy training to company Petrofac Services Manager, cream Osseiran, "The contract reflects our commitment towards Iraq, where we have succeeded previously working with global and national oil companies operating in it and contributed to the development of local skills," stressing that "the company made a great effort to build a team who speaks several languages in Iraq since 2011, believes in her ability to create a multinational team including an Iraqi elements to work with Shell in the Majnoon field. "
According to Petrofac, she "won the first contract with Shell in 2011 to provide engineering and management services and processing equipment for the Majnoon field", pointing out that it "is currently working projects in four different locations in Iraq, the total cost her more than a billion dollars."
It was a coalition between Shell and Malaysia's Petronas signed with Baghdad in January of 2010, to develop the Majnoon giant southern Iraq field, indicating that Shell owns 45 percent of the project's shares while Petronas owns 30 percent with the possession of the National Oil Company of shares remaining.
The Majnoon field, one of the largest oil fields in the world, estimated reserves, according to the estimates of Iraqi government about 38 billion barrels.
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