Oracle wins O&G deals

Oracle Middle East has landed a number of deals with oil & gas customers in Egypt, Qatar, and the UAE.

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By  J Shankar Published  May 26, 2005

Oracle Middle East has recently won a swathe of deals with major oil & gas companies in Egypt, Qatar and the UAE. Khalda Petroleum Company was the first upstream oil company in Egypt to implement the Oracle E-Business Suite, and is now migrating to Oracle 11.5.10 and is implementing the Oracle Enterprise Planning and Budgeting module. The company will also roll out Oracle Material Management modules to all seven sites by the end of this year. Qatar Fuel Company (WOQOD) has gone live on the Oracle E-Business Suite, and will follow with a retail automation initiative for fuel distribution and its convenience stores. “With plans in place for Qatar’s new ‘Energy City,’ Qatar is becoming an increasingly important market for Oracle’s e-business solutions, as well as our industry-specific software for the energy sector,” said Samir Eid, oil and gas industry manager, Oracle Middle East and Africa. “WOQOD is a key new reference for Oracle in the GCC, complementing our reach especially in the Kuwait and UAE markets.” In the UAE, Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC), has deployed several Oracle E-Business Suite modules, including oil inventory and costing, order management, and distribution.

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