Middle East oil industry could face shortage of manpower

Oct 11, 2004 02:00 AM

The Middle East could face a shortage of close to 58,000 specialised personnel for the oil and gas sector by the year 2008, due to the large scale projects that are underway or being planned in the region, according to Frederik Rengers, General Manager, Worldwideworker Technical Services.
At Adipec 2004, when announcing a tie-up between Worldwideworker and Hamed Establishment GTC, a subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi based Bin Butti Group, Rengers said that an explosion of projects in the oil and gas sector in the Middle East would result in shortage of specialized manpower for this field.

He said that Worldwide worker was involved in sourcing experienced manpower from other parts of the world and would supply them for key projects in this region. The firm had built up a base of specialized manpower he said.
It would also be interested in training UAE nationals for jobs in the oil and gas sector, if required, he told.

Meanwhile, the tie-up between the Bin Butti group and Worldwideworker would help bring highly specialized manpower services to the expanding oil and gas sector in Abu Dhabi and Qatar.
Hamed Est., is a qualified supplier of the ADNOC Group and many other oil companies in the GCC region. Worldwideworker is an international manpower company providing specialized manpower services to oil field companies all over the world.

Source: WAM
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