ExxonMobil’s Tamayoz gives training for Qatari partners

April 15, 2014 - 1:34:47 am
Participants at the Tamayoz training programme.

DOHA: ExxonMobil Qatar’s Tamayoz training programme provided development opportunities to dozens of participants from joint venture partners in March, bringing the total number of learners who enrolled in Tamayoz classes to over 100 since January 2014.

A supply and transportation seminar and a well testing class were held in Doha in March for attendees from Qatar Petroleum, Qatargas, RasGas and Qatar International Petroleum Marketing Company Ltd

(Tasweeq), marking the first Tamayoz participation of the company that is responsible for export marketing of regulated products.

“The Tamayoz training programme is a tangible measure of ExxonMobil’s ongoing commitment to the Qatar National Vision 2030 by strengthening the Human Development Pillar,” said Bart Cahir, President and General Manager of ExxonMobil Qatar. “By providing individual training courses that cover a vast range of topics throughout the year, ExxonMobil subject-matter experts share technical, commercial and operational expertise with Qatari partners in a way to help support sustainability in the future.”

The Supply and Transportation Seminar hosted participants from Qatargas, Qatar Petroleum and Tasweeq on March 25. This course provides overviews of supply, trading, marine transportation and refining optimisation, and demonstrates the benefits of early integration of downstream expertise into upstream projects.

A team of three ExxonMobil experts guided attendees throughout the day, discussing the impact of crude essay, quality and location on value, and providing real life examples of the impact downstream related issues on upstream project development. The five-day Well Testing course offered by the Technical Surface and Subsurface Group was held in Doha from March 30 to April 3 for attendees from Qatar Petroleum, Qatargas and RasGas. Attendees included reservoir engineers, production engineers and geologists with engineering, geoscience, or operations experience.

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