PDO signs of long-term service contracts to boost Omani jobs

PDO signs of long-term service contracts to boost Omani jobs

Muscat: PDO has signed major service contracts worth US$4 billion covering project delivery and maintenance and integrity work in the North and South of its concession area.

In a statement PDO said: The agreements with Arabian Industries Projects (AIP) LLC and Special Technical Services (STS) LLC encompass the design and execution of more than 200 on-plot projects and will run for seven years with an optional three-year extension.

Current Omanisation levels will double over the life cycle of the contracts, resulting in several thousand additional employment opportunities for Omanis, with a focus on skilled jobs, supervisors and engineering positions.
A Training for Employment scheme has been introduced, enabling the training, re-skilling and upskilling of over 1,000 Omani personnel, and about 1,500 Omani employees from incumbent PDO contractors will be transferred and redeployed to the new contractors, said in the statement PDO.

 

 

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