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  • Oman Oil Company and Kuwait Petroleum International sign partnership agreements for the development of Duqm Refinery and Petrochemical Complex
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Oman Oil Company and Kuwait Petroleum International sign partnership agreements for the development of Duqm Refinery and Petrochemical Complex
Oman Oil Company S.A.O.C. (OOC), the Sultanate’s investment arm in the energy and energy related sectors, and Kuwait Petroleum International Ltd (KPI), the international subsidiary of Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC), have signed agreements related to their partnership for the development of Duqm Refinery and Petrochemical Complex. The project is one of the most important industrial projects at Duqm Special Economic Zone.

The Agreement was signed on behalf of OOC by Mr. Hilal Al-Kharusi, Executive Managing Director and Mr. Bakheet Shabib Al-Rashidi, CEO of Kuwait Petroleum International Ltd (KPI), at Al Bustan Palace Muscat; with the presence of a number of their Excellencies Ministers, Undersecretaries and senior officials from both sides.

Commenting on this occasion, H.E. Dr. Mohammed bin Hamad Al Rumhi, Minister of Oil and Gas, Chairman of OOC, stated: “The Signing of this agreement reflects the distinguished ties between the Sultanate and Kuwait; and aims to open new horizons for wider economic cooperation to serve the common interests between the two brotherly countries.” He added, “This strategic partnership is a important step towards developing one of the most promising projects in the energy sector at Duqm Special Economic Zone. We hope that Duqm Refinery will act as an essential catalyst for different industrial sectors development as well as contributing to the economic and social development in the Sultanate in general and Al Wusta Governorate in particular.”

Eng. Isam Al Zadjali, CEO of OOC commented on this agreement saying: “We are pleased with this strategic partnership with our Kuwaiti partners to progress this vital investment project which serves the common interests and provides promising business opportunities for both sides. We are also keen to translate our aspirations to develop this project along with other investment projects in the region that will contribute to the national economy. In this occasion, I would also like to hail the continuous efforts made by SEZAD towards the development of infrastructure facilities and to attract local and international companies to invest in Duqm.

Mr. Nizar al-Adsani, Deputy Chairman & CEO of KPC said: “We hope that the refinery project will be the catalyst and ignition towards the start of similar ventures in the energy sector between GCC countries, where this mega project will ultimately lead towards transforming the Duqm area into one of the most important hubs for energy related industries regionally as well as internationally.”

Mr. Bakheet Al-Rashidi, CEO of Kuwait Petroleum International Ltd (KPI) highlighted the importance of the agreement, saying: “The Duqm Refinery project would help turn the Omani area into a world hub for energy industries. It will be managed by two sides; KPI which has ample international experience in mega refinery and petrochemical projects in Europe and Asia, and OOC which has rich experience in the oil related industries.”

Mr. Ghanim Al Otaibi, KPI’s Vice President said that this partnership will strengthen ties between Kuwait and Oman. He added that it will accelerate efforts to enhance the multilateral trade and economic cooperation between the two countries, in addition to paving the road for realizing the development strategies of both sides.

The work related to leveling the site of the refinery, which stretches over 900 hectares, has been completed, as well as laying the foundations for the construction of the refinery as per schedule. Once operational, the refining capacity will reach 230,000 barrels per day and will produce a number of key refinery products: diesel, jet fuel, naphtha and liquefied petroleum gas.

OOC takes the necessary steps to implement the Company`s growth strategy, striving to integrate all its investment projects, and maximising value from Oman’s resources through the development of the petrochemical industry.

About Oman Oil Company

Oman Oil Company S.A.O.C. (OOC) is a commercial company wholly owned by the Government of the Sultanate of Oman. The Company was incorporated in 1996 to pursue investment opportunities in the energy sector both inside and outside Oman. Through participation in energy and energy related projects, the Company plays an important role in the Sultanate's efforts to diversify the Omani economy and to promote Omani and foreign private sector investment.

About Kuwait Petroleum Corporation

Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC) is fully owned by the State of Kuwait. Its diverse business interests across the spectrum encompass all aspects of the hydrocarbon industry, from onshore and offshore upstream exploration through production and refining, marketing, retailing, petrochemicals, as well as, marine transportation.


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