Enap Sipetrol Recognize Petroshahd Chairman for his Retirement

Published on : 2024-02-10

Enap Sipetrol Egypt General Manager, Denisse Abudinén, proudly recognized Petroshahd Chairman Eng. Badry Yamani for his exemplary leadership and significant contributions during his tenure at Petroshahd company, where Petroshahd achieved numerous milestones towards sustainability and operational excellence.

Also, Enap Sipetrol grasp this opportunity to recognize Petroshahd Field Personnel who are the executer for several initiatives in East Ras Qattara Concession located in the western Desert, such as Implementation of Gas Power Generation, Water Disposal Project, Enhanced Production Profile and Exploration Success. Enap Sipetrol and Petroshahd strengthened their production profile by introducing an additional drilling rig in 2023, thereby increasing production capacity. The exploration efforts in Alzahraa area concluded in the successful drilling of Alzahraa-9 well, unveiling new potential and opportunities for the company.

These milestones underscore Enap Sipetrol Egypt & Petroshahd's unwavering dedication to operational excellence, sustainability, and innovation.

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