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Sonatrach to support the Congolese partner through training and experience transfer

The CEO of Sonatrach, Toufik Hakkar affirmed the company’s willingness to support the Congolese partner through training and transfer of experience in the field of hydrocarbons, a statement from the group said on Wednesday.

Mr. Hakkar met on Sunday at the headquarters of the group’s General Management with the Congolese delegation led by the Minister of Hydrocarbons of the Republic of Congo and current President of the OPEC Conference, Bruno Jean-Richard Itoua, the same source said, adding that the two parties discussed several topics concerning areas of partnership including oil and gas.

The meeting allowed the two parties to discuss “the experience that Sonatrach can bring in terms of research and exploration of hydrocarbons, field development, refining, production and transport of gas and liquefied natural gas (LNG)”.

The Congolese delegation inquired about opportunities and areas of cooperation in the field of specialized training at the Algerian Institute of Petroleum (IAP), part of the Sonatrach group.

The CEO of Sonatrach affirmed, in this regard, “the group’s willingness to support the Congolese partner through training and the transfer of experience in the field of hydrocarbons.

The Sonatrach group ” aims at consolidating the economic relations between the two countries and implementing the investment strategy beyond the borders, especially in the oil and gas industry, processing and transport of hydrocarbons “, it was underlined.

The Congolese delegation paid several visits to Sonatrach’s industrial facilities, including the industrial area of Arzew, the Research and Development Centre (CRD) and the IAP in Boumerdes, adding that these visits and meetings allowed taking note of “the rich opportunities available for the future partnership between the two countries”.

The Congolese delegation had carried out, since Saturday, adds the same source

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