In addition to the announcement that Saudi Aramco intends to establish the Jazan Power Joint Venture, the company has signed seven memoranda of understanding (MoUs) at the Future Investment Initiative (FII) in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Ahmad A. Al-Sa’adi, Saudi Aramco’s Senior Vice President of Technical Services, attended FII in addition to Nabil Al Nuaim, Saudi Aramco’s Chief Digital Officer, who headlined a panel discussion on how business can best leverage data to anticipate risks, improve performance and optimise operations.
Senior Vice President of Technical Services, Ahmad A. Al Sa’adi, reaffirmed the company’s position, saying: “Saudi Aramco aims to promote business investment opportunities through technology across the Kingdom’s energy services sector ecosystem. The agreements signed today support the Kingdom’s plans to develop industrial zones, create jobs and attract foreign direct investment, as well as drive economic diversification.“
The MoUs represent new collaborations with companies from six countries. These include France, Norway, New Zealand, South Korea, Spain and the US. The MoUs are intended to support Saudi Aramco’s operations and Saudi Arabia’s economic diversification strategy by increasing the efficiency of technology used in upstream, downstream and engineering services. In the long term, these agreements aim to help improve sustainability and technological efficiency throughout the value chain.
The MOUs and commercial collaborations signed include:
- Air Products Qudra: Non-binding MoU between Saudi Aramco and APQ to discuss the establishment of an industrial gases joint venture.
- Aker ASA: MoU between Saudi Aramco and Aker ASA to collaborate over the 4th Industrial Revolution, addressing sustainability and the environment.
- Dassault Systems: MoU between Saudi Aramco and Dassault Systems to work on advanced materials and 4IR technologies.
- Baker Hughes: MoU between Saudi Aramco and Baker Hughes to collaborate on artificial intelligence and digital transformation.
- BMT Co., Ltd: Collaboration MoU between Saudi Aramco and BMT, BMT plans to invest in fittings and valves manufacturing facilities in the Kingdom.
- Tubacex Group: Collaboration MoU between Saudi Aramco and Tubacex Group, Tubacex Group plans to invest in pipe weld overlay and cladding services manufacturing facilities in the Kingdom.
- Pultron Composites: Collaboration MoU between Saudi Aramco and Pultron, Pultron plans to invest in non-metallic glass fibre reinforced pipes (GFRP) manufacturing facilities in the Kingdom.
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