Aveva to take part in Erbil oil show
Dubai, November 8, 2011
Aveva, a leader in engineering design and information management solutions for the plant, power and marine industries, will participate in the inaugural International Erbil Oil & Gas Exhibition next month in Iraq.
The company will showcase its object-centric systems for integrated engineering and design solutions at the show from December 15-18.
Aveva will demonstrate the full range of its its plant portfolio. Aveva plant is an integrated suite of software for plant engineering, design and design management. Built around the flagship Aveva PDMS, the portfolio uses object-centric systems to provide native integration of engineering and design disciplines making it is the most productive and efficient engineering and design solution available for the power and process plant industries, said a statement.
Salim El Ferkh, account manager responsible for Iraq, said: “We are very excited about being part of the first Erbil Oil & Gas exhibition. We believe that the event will bring oil and gas industry leaders to Iraq. It is the perfect opportunity to meet with key international players and most importantly with local players in the Iraqi market.
"Aveva’s solutions have already been in use in Iraq by top international and local owner operators and EPCs. The improved quality, schedule reduction and cost saving delivered by our integrated engineering and design solutions have allowed us to expand our customer footprint across the Middle East and Iraq is a very important market.”
Erbil Oil & Gas 2011 will aim to create a platform for government institutions, national oil and gas companies, private sector, and industry professionals to fulfill the great potential in Northern Iraq. - TradeArabia News Service
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