UK-based firm ties up with Oman’s Hema Energy
UK-based water treatment and waste management firm SEM has announced that it has formed a joint venture with an Omani company to provide services to oil and gas industry in the sultanate, the reports published in the UK media revealed on Wednesday.
‘The Aberdeen-headquartered company SEM will work with Muscat-based Hema Energy to reduce waste and reduce the carbon footprint of clients mainly in the oil and gas industry,’ UK-based news portal www.insider.co.uk reported.
As per the report, Hema Group’s managing director Eyhab al Haj said, “Hema Energy has always been passionate in serving its clients’ needs by bringing in innovative technologies from all over the world and this move to collaborate with SEM, not only aids the clients in resolving their issues, but also brings in the concept of going green to the oil and gas industry.”
“SEM has been successful in executing projects in other geographical locations to reduce waste and Hema Energy strongly believes that this joint venture is a major value-add to Oman’s economy, especially with an increase of involvement of local companies,” Haj added.
SEM has helped companies to separate waste material into water, which can be reused and by-products which can be turned to other purposes as part of the circular economy.