Aviation firm to assist change in energy needs
Dubai, July 28, 2009
Air Charter International (ACI), a leading Dubai-based aviation solutions provider, is offering assistance to oil and gas companies to focus on infrastructure projects like pipelines construction by providing services such as aerial surveying and site inspection.
ACI has been monitoring a recent trend in energy consumption in the short-term due to low forecasted demand, which is creating a demand for better transportation of energy via pipelines. This in turn has created a need for a shift in aerial provisions for the industry.
The airline company is also able to provide cost effective solutions to oil and gas companies looking to save cost on offshore aerial transport. ACI has long standing relationships with many of the operators and offer competitive rates, thereby servicing the change in needs.
"Our ability to provide solutions for the above requirements make Air Charter International specialists in oil and gas aerial support, further enabling us to respond effectively to our clients aircraft leasing and charter requirements,” said Stuart Wheeler, CEO of ACI.
For over 15 years, the aviation solutions provider has provided professional and cost effective fixed wing and helicopter support services to the oil and gas and mining industries globally.
ACI’s experience within the oil and gas industry has enabled the execution of projects that include helicopter exploration services; crew change operations; movement of cargo and oil & gas equipment; oil spill monitoring and offshore/onshore medivac services. – TradeArabia News Service
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