“This is the second cooperation of its kind between Borouge and ADNOC L&S in which we have entrusted the handling operations of our shipping cargo at the Ruwais container terminal,” said Ahmed Omar Abdulla, CEO of Abu Dhabi Polymers Company (Borouge). “This represents another developmental milestone for Borouge and a successful step towards strengthening our supply chain activities, to ensure the best and safe delivery of our products to customers around the world. We are confident that our shipping activities will be further enhanced thanks to the expertise of ADNOC L&S who are carrying out all the handling operations of Borouge packed and palletised products and bulk loaded containers in Ruwais.”
The contract was signed by Ahmed Omar Abdulla, CEO of Abu Dhabi Polymers Company (Borouge) and Captain Abdulkareem Al-Masabi, CEO of ADNOC L&S, in a ceremony held at Borouge’s stand during ArabPlast 2019, the largest plastics, petrochemicals and rubber industry trade show in the MENA region, being held in Dubai World Trade Centre from 5-8 January 2019.
Al Masabi said: “By combining our assets and experience in shipping, onshore logistics and onshore services we have created a fully-integrated marine and logistics company, now the largest in the region, to service customer’ needs across the oil and gas value chain.
He added, “We offer a distinct advantage to companies, such as Borouge, in that we can support their diverse needs within port and shipping operations. We are confident that our partnership with Borouge is a model that can be replicated to win new business with both regional and international players.”
Through a combined programme of strategic partnerships and investments, ADNOC will increase its range and volume of high-value downstream products, secure better access to growth markets around the world and create a manufacturing ecosystem in Ruwais that will stimulate In-Country Value creation, private sector growth and specialised job opportunities. As the company grows its Downstream business, new opportunities will also be created for ADNOC Logistics and Services, as ADNOC Group’s shipping and logistics arm.
The contract with Borouge, a joint venture between ADNOC and Austria-based Borealis, supports ADNOC’s 2030 strategy to grow its Downstream business, which will see the company tripling production of petrochemicals to 14.4 million tonnes per annum by 2025.
In May, at its Downstream Investment Forum, ADNOC unveiled a blueprint to create the world’s largest integrated refining and petrochemicals complex, in Ruwais, enabling the company to further stretch the value of every barrel it produces. Implementation is now underway.
For further information, please contact
REHAB OMAR ATEEQ
Acting Vice President Global Communications, Borouge
T +971 2 708 0807, Rehab.Ateeq@borouge.com
ADNOC is a major diversified group of energy and petrochemical companies that produces about 3 million barrels of oil and 10.5 billion cubic feet of raw gas a day. Its integrated upstream, midstream and downstream activities are carried out by 14 specialist subsidiary and joint venture companies. To find out more visit www.adnoc.ae. For further information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
A joint venture between ADNOC and Borealis, Borouge is a leading petrochemicals company that provides innovative plastics solutions for the energy, infrastructure, mobility, packaging, healthcare and agriculture industries. With 4.5 million tonnes of annual capacity, Borouge is the world’s largest integrated polyolefin complex, with the ambition to more than double its current capacity by 2025.
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Borouge at www.borouge.com
ADNOC at www.adnoc.ae
Borealis at www.borealisgroup.com
About ADNOC Logistics and Services
ADNOC Logistics & Services provides world-class shipping, marine services, offshore logistics and onshore services, serving ADNOC and international customers. ADNOC Logistics & Services is a crucial link in the ADNOC supply chain, delivering the Group’s oil, gas and petroleum products from Abu Dhabi to the world. ADNOC Logistics & Services is 100% owned by ADNOC.
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