HE the Minister of State for Energy Affairs, Saad bin Sherida al-Kaabi, also the President and CEO of Qatar Petroleum, has acknowledged the prominent role Muntajat plays in the development of Qatar’s energy sector.
During a visit to Muntajat, the marketing arm of Qatar Petroleum, he also acknowledged its contribution to national growth and sustainability in line with the Qatar National Vision 2030.
In particular, al-Kaabi spoke about the new major expansions and projects within the petrochemical sector, emphasising the strategic role Muntajat will play utilising its expertise, know-how and network to market, sell and distribute the additional volumes to the domestic and international markets.
During the visit, the minister was mostly interested in meeting Muntajat’s people, getting to know them and sharing experiences. After a short meeting with the management team, he took the time to converse with the young talents and national professionals and took a tour of the offices to personally shake hands with all the employees thanking them for their continuous dedication and commitment to the company, as well as, to the growth and development of Qatar.
On the minister’s visit, Abdulrahman Ali Abdulla, CEO, Muntajat said, “Receiving the Minister of State for Energy Affairs at Muntajat has been a true honour. His Excellency’s continuous support and trust encourages us to continue moving forward into the future, taking Muntajat to the next level with pride and optimism”.
He also expressed his gratitude to Muntajat’s team of professionals, for their loyal dedication, confirming Muntajat’s readiness to take on new challenges and achieve its mission to become a world leader in the marketing and distribution of Qatar’s downstream products.
Muntajat has rapidly accumulated a number of key milestones on its extraordinary journey towards recognition today as a global leader within the downstream industry and is strongly committed to continue delivering high quality products and excellence in customer service while expanding its reach and building on its strong partnering strategy with key players in the industry.
Evidently, the synergy between the QP companies and the Qatar energy sector has successfully contributed to the diversification of the Country’s economy.
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