Aramco in talks with French engineering groups
Saudi Aramco has entered cooperation agreements and discussed commercial collaborations with various French engineering contractors.
PARIS – Saudi Aramco has entered cooperation agreements and discussed commercial collaborations with various French engineering contractors.
At the Saudi-France CEO Forum in Paris, designed to promote bilateral business and cooperation between the two countries, Aramco’s president and CEO Amin H. Nasser said: “Saudi Aramco has a massive and highly ambitious investment program over the next decade which is part of our portfolio expansion aspiration…
“I believe there are more opportunities for collaboration and partnerships, not only in the oil and gas sector but also in infrastructure, manufacturing and services industries which are critical to manage and operate an enterprise like Saudi Aramco.”
Collaborations discussed at the forum included:
Veolia and Dussur: A memorandum of understanding (MoU) for industrial wastewater treatment
TechnipFMC: An agreement to acquire wellhead and surface control equipment
Schneider: An agreement to manage Aramco’s installed base of process automation systems and remote terminal units
Suez and Dussur: MoU for industrial wastewater treatment.