Reflecting the motion of energy and the colours of courage and compassion, the new brand brings together the legacy of these companies in one voice and as one community to unlock a prosperous and integrated future for the nation and its people. The letter ‘O’ stands for Oman and opportunity while the letter ‘Q’ pays tribute to His Majesty Sultan Qaboos for providing the wisdom and bold leadership behind the success of a modern Oman. It also represents quality and the company’s essence of questioning the norms on its quest to pursue a new and exciting tomorrow.
Kick-started in December 2018, an experienced Integration Leadership Team (ILT) led by Group CEO Musab al Mahrouqi, embarked on an integration programme, code-named Nakhla, which has already generated over $280 million in Quick Wins, translating to cost savings and revenue uplift in 2019.
“His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said set the strategic objectives for Oman’s oil and gas industry with the creation of the first refinery in 1982 and subsequently Oman Oil Company in 1996. Today, we are building on the incredible precedents that have been set over the last few decades, based on the principle that we are stronger as one. Our aim with this new company is to develop a unique model for integration, one which will be used as a business case study by organisations all over the world”, Group CEO Musab al Mahrouqi said.
Aiming to become enablers of a bolder future, challengers of the status quo and game changers, the company has set clear aspirations towards 2030. These aspirations will be achieved by combining its talent and hydrocarbon resources to better serve its customers, all the while increasing its contributions to shareholders and the nation.
“We have set a clear roadmap for a brighter future. By 2030, we plan to grow our total oil equivalent (boe) managed by the Group from 655,000 barrels per day to 1 million per day, and drive a $25 increase in value per barrel, in turn doubling our current GDP contribution of $10 Billion to $20 Billion. As a catalyst for change, the new integrated company will also facilitate foreign direct investment and private-sector participation in the energy sector,” Al Mahrouqi said.
Today, the new company offers more than 30 products sold to over 2000 customers in 60-plus countries worldwide. Recording a solid 2019 performance, the company’s estimated revenue was $20 Billion, EBITDA $2.2 Billion and Net Profit of $556 Million, while the asset base stands today at $27.9 Billion.
The nine integrating companies are Oman Oil Company; Orpic; Oman Oil Company Exploration and Production; Oman Gas Company; Duqm Refinery; Salalah Methanol Company; Oman Trading International; OXEA; and Salalah Liquified Petroleum Gas. As part of the integration process, the company is re-organising itself across four functions — Commercial, Finance and Strategy, People and Culture and Projects and Technology – and two business lines — Upstream and Downstream. At the centre of the integration are 5,800 talented people nurtured and developed to thrive in competitive global markets. These talents will be primarily recruited from within the organisation to fill the positions offered by the new structure.
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