Qatargas held its annual “town hall” meeting, which provided a forum for employees to discuss with the senior management, matters related to the company and seek clarification on key issues and developments.
Welcoming staff members to the two-day meeting Qatargas CEO Khalid bin Khalifa al-Thani said the annual event was aimed at reinforcing the open communications policy adopted by
Qatargas at every level.
“The aim of this forum is to address any issues concerning our employees who are the foundation of our success. As we move ahead with our vision to become the world’s premier LNG company by 2015, it is very crucial for us to create opportunities for open dialogue with our people.” he said.
Urging the staff to continue their commitment to safety, the Qatargas chief executive officer said: “I would like to utilise this opportunity to remind all of you about one of our core values – safety. We need to be alert at all times and cannot afford to be complacent when it comes to safety. Safety is a collective effort and each one of us is responsible. Ultimately, our aim is to make sure that everyone goes home safely, every day.”
Congratulating the staff for their hard work, commitment and dedication, Khalid bin Khalifa al-Thani said: “Year 2012 has been a great year of accomplishments for us. We continue to operate our facilities efficiently, delivering LNG to our valued customers in all four corners of the world, safely and reliably. In over 15 years of our operations we have never missed a single cargo. This would not have been possible without the help and contribution of our staff, customers and shareholders. Looking ahead, we should continue to enhance our safety performance and uphold our status as a reliable supplier of LNG to our customers around the globe.”
The day’s events included an overview on the accomplishments of Qatargas during 2012.
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