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Chemical injection systems in spotlight

Bahrain Business
Mon, 11 Jan 2016


Manama: An oil, gas and energy special interest group meeting was organised by Bahrain-based OAK Utility Solutions & Development in association with the Bahrain British Business Forum (BBBF) and the British Business Association (BBA) from the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia.

Held at the Ramee Grand Hotel, Seef, the event featured a keynote speaker from Dubai, Joga Baines, a technical engineering consultant and trainer at Proserv Middle East, discussing the benefits of latest chemical injection systems. 

The presentation also proposed a systems thinking approach to automated chemical injection solutions designed to increase production and enhance cost savings to owner operators of major oil and gas infrastructure.

“Whilst the oil and gas industry is navigating through sustained turbulence, it is our objective to promote sustainable solutions that add value and ultimately promote bottom-line savings to owner operators,” said OAK projects director Simon Bromyard, who will lead the BBBF special interest group on oil, gas and energy.

The group was inaugurated last year to facilitate networking and exchange of information amongst industry colleagues.

The oil and gas industry’s importance to trade links and economic synergies, locally within Bahrain and Saudi Arabia, and far beyond, led to the formation of the group. 

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