Shoaibi to distribute top Emerson products
Al Khobar, June 14, 2011
Shoaibi Group, a leading firm serving Saudi Arabia’s oil and gas industry, has signed an exclusive distribution agreement with Emerson Process Management to offer a complete line of multi-phase flow meters and products for reservoir management and production optimisation in Saudi Arabia.
The agreement complements the Shoaibi Group’s existing rights for distributing Roxar’s reservoir management software in the kingdom.
An Emerson Process Management-owned company, Roxar’s complete line of products includes instrumentation for topside, subsea and downhole monitoring, high temperature reservoir monitoring, multiphase metering, sand erosion sensors and oil in water monitoring and corrosion detection.
Khalid Al Shoaibi, group director, said: “We are pleased to have been appointed by Emerson as the exclusive distributors of Roxar’s full range of products in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Combined with our existing portfolio of reservoir management software, this will no doubt position us as the ultimate solutions provider for reservoir management and production optimization in the region.”
John Currie, vice president Roxar from Emerson Middle East & Africa, said: “With rising production costs and growing demand, the global oil and gas industry is faced with the challenge of not only producing cost-effectively but also prolonging reservoir productivity and ensuring revenue growth. Emerson’s Roxar products not only assist in production optimisation, and improved decision making, but also help operators to maximise reservoir performance.
“Considering Shoaibi Group’s strong market knowledge and presence in Saudi Arabia, and in-depth knowledge of the oil and gas industry, we are confident of the success of this partnership and the business growth it will bring,” he said. – TradeArabia News Service
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