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Partex in OGWA 2014

The 9th edition of OGWA (Oil & Gas West Asia Exhibition & Conference) started in Muscat on 31
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Launch of the book “The Universe of the Oil and Gas Industry”

 

PARTEX Oil and Gas, a partner of ADNOC in both ADCO and GASCO in Abu Dhabi and a shareholder in PDO, OLNG ...

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Partex is a member of the Portuguese Branch of ESRA - European Association of Safety and Reliability.

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Partex in OGWA 2014

The 9th edition of OGWA (Oil & Gas West Asia Exhibition & Conference) started in Muscat on 31st March and will last until 2nd April 2014.

The event was opened by H.E. Dr. Ali bin Massoud Al Sunaidy, Minister of Commerce and Industry. H.E. Salim Al Aufi, Under-Secretary of Oil and Gas who also attended and delivered the keynote speech of the Opening Ceremony.

The Authorities then toured the Exhibition and also stopped by the Partex Stand, where they were welcomed by José Silva Pereira and Mário Pratt.

Partex is a sponsor at the Conference and similarly to previous editions, is well represented in the organisation of the event: José Silva Pereira, Middle East Representative, is a member of the Executive Committee. José Lozano, Technical Manager, is a member of the Technical Committee of the Conference and Co-Chairman of Technical Session 10 (Well Design and Reservoir Characterization), Maria Teresa Ribeiro, E&P Manager, is a panelist in Session 3 (Demand on Resources and Capabilities).

 
Launch of the book “The Universe of the Oil and Gas Industry”

 

PARTEX Oil and Gas, a partner of ADNOC in both ADCO and GASCO in Abu Dhabi and a shareholder in PDO, OLNG and Mukhaizna in Oman, maintaining a 75 year old partnership with the Governments of Oman and Abu Dhabi, has recently launched the book entitled, “The Universe of the Oil and Gas Industry” authored by Jorge Gomes and Fernando Alves. The ceremonies, held on May 28th 2013 in Abu Dhabi and on June 2nd 2013 in Muscat, were hosted by António Costa Silva, Managing Director of PARTEX Oil and Gas.

The distinguished speakers who were invited to introduce the book were Fareed Abdulla, Society of Petroleum Engineers Regional Director (Middle East, North Africa and India) in Abu Dhabi and Abdullah Al Lamki, former Deputy Managing Director of PDO, in Muscat.  

The book launch brought together leaders from the private and government sectors and served as a forum to highlight the importance of the sharing of knowledge between industry and academia and the preparation of today’s professionals for tomorrow’s challenges.

Drawing on more than 60 years of the combined industry experience of its authors, this comprehensive textbook covers all major technical and non-technical aspects of the industry, from the exploration of oil and gas to their supply to the markets.

From the genesis and origins of petroleum to market issues, the book addresses the whole chain of the oil and gas industry: geology, exploration, development, production, refining, organizational and contractual matters, HSE, services, standards, markets, etc. It is truly a comprehensive manual that can be of particular use to the newcomers to the industry.

 

 
ADIPEC 2012

The 15th edition of ADIPEC (Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference), took place in Abu Dhabi from 11th to 14th November, 2012.

His Highness Sheikh Hazza bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Vice Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Executive Council officially opened the event.

Partex was well represented in the organization of the event: José Silva Pereira, Middle East Representative, was a member of the Executive Committee. Maria Teresa Ribeiro (E&P Manager) and José Lozano (Technical Manager) were members of the Technical Committees for the areas of Geoscience and Reservoir Engineering, respectively.

Partex was an ADIPEC Silver Sponsor and sponsor of the ADIPEC Museum.

Partex contributed with a number of photos and documents to the Museum, including the Red Line Agreement and a video interview with Mr. Martin Essayan, great-grandson of Mr. Calouste Gulbenkian.

In the Exhibition, Partex was presented with a stand which was visited by a large number of people, attracted by its shape and innovative light effect.

Partex also had a significant contribution to the Conference:

• Dr. António Costa Silva, Partex Chairman, was a speaker in the 1st Executive Plenary Session. His outstanding presentation was officially highly praised by letter dated 18th of November from Mr. Ali Al-Jarwan, the ADIPEC 2012 Conference Chairman, and by a number of delegates who visited Partex stand asking for copies of the presentation. The ADIPEC newspaper also gave special emphasis to his participation in the event.

• Teresa Ribeiro co-chaired the Technical Session 38.

• Tomas Mata (on behalf of ADCO) co-chaired the Technical Session 14.

• Nuno Inês, Partex Geologist, presented the “Diagenetic Diagram as a tool for Systematic Detailed Characterization of Carbonate Rocks: Application to the Diagenetic Evolution of Hydrocarbon Reservoirs”, which was highly appreciated by the attendees.

• In addition, the following posters have been presented:

Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery with Bacillus Subtilis Strains under Stimulated Reservoir Conditions, by João Coutinho

Reservoir Characterisation and Modelling of a Carbonate Reservoir C (Case study), by Mohamed Tariq

The Challenge of Developing Complex Marginal Fields, example of NE Brazil, by Sofia Castanho

 

logotipoThe Partex Oil and Gas Group has been instrumental in the development of the international oil and gas industry through its presence in the historical oil concessions of the Middle East. Its founder, Calouste Gulbenkian, a descendant of an illustrious Armenian family, was a pioneer of the exploration and development of the oil fields in the Middle East. In 1928, after laborious negotiations in which Calouste Gulbenkian played an influential role, the shares of the Turkish Petroleum Company (today Iraq Petroleum Company) were divided into four oil companies: Anglo-Persian Oil Co. (now BP), Royal Dutch-Shell Group, Compagnie Francaise des Pétroles (now TOTAL), and Near East Development Company (now ExxonMobil).

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An understanding of the Partex Oil and Gas Group starts with the Founder, Calouste Sarkis Gulbenkian, and continues with the the foundation which inherited his oil interests, the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.

Calouste Sarkis Gulbenkian may justly be considered one of the creators of the world oil industry. He was born in Scutari (now Üsküdar), Istanbul, on 23rd March 1869, the son of Sarkis and Dirouhie Gulbenkian, members of an illustrious Armenian family.

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In 1928, the signature of the Red Line Agreement and the confirmation of the shareholding participations of the Turkish Petroleum Company (TPC) marked the consolidation of Calouste Gulbenkian’s firm involvement in the oil industry in the region. TPC then changed its name to Iraq Petroleum Company.

A decade later, in June 1938, Calouste Gulbenkian decided to incorporate his assets in the oil business in a Company that he created in Panama: Participations and Explorations Corporation. The name of the Group – PARTEX – originates from the name of this Company.

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