Emirates Steel, the only integrated steel plant in the UAE and a subsidiary of the General Holding Corporation (Senaat), will be showcasing its range of steel products, services and solutions tailored for the energy sector at the upcoming Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference (Adipec) 2019.
Emirates Steel said its participation will enable it to highlight the group's offerings to customers in the wider energy sector, and provide the opportunity for discussions with regional leaders in the oil and gas sector on the latest advancements in steel use within upstream, midstream and downstream infrastructure development.
Emirates Steel supplies products, services and solutions to both onshore and maritime applications and tailored products for use in oil and gas pipelines.
In the last three years, Emirates Steel had sold 550,000 tonnes of steel for use in the oil and gas industry to its export market of more than 40 countries.
Emirates Steel also aims to supply nuclear grade steel to peaceful nuclear energy projects inside and outside the region, after successfully supplied to Barakah, the selected site of the UAE peaceful nuclear energy programme.
Emirates Steel CEO Engineer Saeed Ghumran Al Remeithi said: "We are proud to participate for the fifth time in Apipec, to be held from November 11 to 14, and engage with regional and global leaders in the energy sector."
"We look forward to discussing with our colleagues in the oil and gas sector their developing requirements for steel applications. With digitalisation, Big Data and automation being key concerns for oil and gas producers, in the age of ‘Oil & Gas 4.0’, we are keen to discuss with the industry how our products and services can be tailored to suit their requirements," stated Al Remeithi.
"With increased challenges in the regional oil and gas market, we will also be seeking to understand how we can adapt our offerings to meet customer’s expectations," he noted.
"The energy and steel sectors share a historically symbiotic relationship, with both requiring the other to produce their product," noted Al Remeithi.
"As we work toward fulfilling the mandate of the UAE Energy Strategy 2050, we seek to continue to enhance our relationships with traditional energy companies, providing them with high quality steel products that are produced efficiently and sustainably, in addition to discovering the opportunities available in renewable energy sector. As such, we look forward to meeting representatives from the global energy industry at Adipec, and discussing with them opportunities for collaboration and business development," he added.-TradeArabia News Service