Global meet in Dubai marks L&T's key role in Saudi oilfield expansion
To promote excellence in hydrocarbon projects and augment collaboration, L&T Energy Hydrocarbon (LTEH) and the Consortium of Subsea7 jointly hosted in July the 3rd Global Interface Meeting (GIM) of the Zuluf Arab Heavy Increment Programme in Dubai.
Organised from 17 - 20 July, the four-day event provided a dynamic platform for renowned professionals and key players from the hydrocarbon sector to address the challenges faced by the industry. They shared visionary approaches, emphasising the significance of forward-thinking strategies in navigating an ever-evolving industry landscape.
Insights were shared by dignitaries like Mr Hisham Al-Derhalli (Director, Mega Projects – Saudi Aramco) and Mr Marc Girodroux (VP, Middle East – Subsea 7).
Mr Parthasarthi Chatterjee (EVP & Head – Offshore, LTEH) shared his views on Aramco’s capital projects. He highlighted the importance of fostering a culture of teamwork, respect, and diversity among the stakeholders for seamless programme completion.
Underscoring collaboration, technological advancements and sustainable practices as the driving forces behind the industry’s progress, the discussions ignited a renewed sense of purpose, driving the pursuit of excellence and innovation.
The event witnessed the forging of collaborative partnerships between key industry players, contractors and technology providers. The participants expressed their commitment to translating the insights gained from the meeting into tangible actions.
LTEH is executing a significant part of Aramco’s Zuluf Field Expansion project that seeks to augment the capacity of Zuluf oilfield in Saudi Arabia by 600,000 barrels per day. The project is expected to be completed this year.