Emirates Steel deepens its footprint in the energy & oil industry

By Arya M Nair, Official Reporter
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Emirates Steel, the Middle East’s leading integrated steel manufacturer, has expanded its presence in the energy, oil, and gas sectors by supplying more than 600,000 tons of heavy and medium sections to the oil and gas sectors in the region and globally.

The company plans to highlight its significant contribution and deepen its footprint within the energy landscape through its participation in the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC 2021).

The exhibition, which will take place at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center (ADNEC) from November 15 to 18, will attract nearly 2,000 exhibitors, 100,000 energy experts, and 26 exhibiting country pavilions. 

The participation will promote Emirates Steel’s offerings to customers in the energy sector as well as provide a platform for discussions with regional oil and gas industry players about the latest innovations in steel use in upstream, midstream, and downstream infrastructure projects.

Engineer Saeed Ghumran Al Remeithi
Saeed Ghumran Al Remeithi
CEO – Emirates Steel
Chairman – worldsteel

“In addition to the pivotal role played by Emirates Steel in strengthening the UAE’s industrial sector, we are keen to promote the successful transition of the energy sector in Abu Dhabi and the UAE, while being part of that shift towards renewable energy and helping upgrade the capabilities of the current energy facilities. This highlights the significance of our participation for the seventh time in this global event, where we meet with the energy sector’s senior officials and leaders to explore the new opportunities in this strategic domain.”

According to Emirates Steel, it seeks to be an industrial role model in enhancing energy output through innovation, digitalization, data management and artificial intelligence applications.

As part of the company’s efforts to integrate sustainability and industrial innovation into the core of its operations, it recently announced a collaboration with TAQA, the Abu Dhabi National Energy Company, to develop a large-scale green hydrogen project enabling the first green steel produced in the MENA region.

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