ENOC trades on Tejari.com

ENOC becomes the first oil and gas company to join business-to-business marketplace.

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By  Peter Conmy Published  July 25, 2000

ENOC (Emirates National Oil Company) has become the first oil and gas company to trade actively on Tejari.com online exchange, a digital marketplace owned by the government of Dubai.

Tejari.com was the first electronic business-to-business marketplace in the Middle East and managing director, Lubna Al Qasimi was pleased with their new trader.

She said: “The significance of the first oil and gas company joining Tejari.com exchange is tremendous. It is an endorsement of the exchange and an example to other companies interested in conducting their business online.”

Hussain Sultan, ENOC chief executive, was also delighted with the new cooperation. “Participating in Tejari.com electronic exchange unleashes a dynamic world of trading possibilities for ENOC”, he added.

“With the scope and size of its offerings, ENOC anticipates reaching an expanded customer base and brining its services to market more rapidly through the use of Tejari.com.”

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