First slide Second slide Third slide Fourth slide Fifth slide Sixth slide Seventh slide Eighth slide
Home Mission Cooperation with International Organisations News and events About Uzbekistan Photo gallery

WORLEY INTERNATIONAL ENGINEERING COMPANY TO COOPERATE WITH UZBEKISTAN

2019 - Year of active investment and social development 2019 - Year of active investment and social development Independence Day of the Republic of Uzbekistan Independence Day of the Republic of Uzbekistan December 8 - Constitution Day of the Republic of Uzbekistan December 8 - Constitution Day of the Republic of Uzbekistan Legislative Election 2019 Legislative Election 2019 Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Meetings Meetings The Strategy of Actions on Further Development The Strategy of Actions on Further Development Millenium development goals Millenium development goals Press-releases Press-releases Chairmanship of Uzbekistan in the Council of FM of the OIC Chairmanship of Uzbekistan in the Council of FM of the OIC Cooperation within frameworks of ILO Cooperation within frameworks of ILO International Music Festival "MAQOM" International Music Festival "MAQOM" Tourism Tourism Presidential elections - 2016 Presidential elections - 2016 Digests of Press of Uzbekistan Digests of Press of Uzbekistan Other news and events Other news and events
show all useful links
WORLEY INTERNATIONAL ENGINEERING COMPANY TO COOPERATE WITH UZBEKISTAN

The Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Uzbekistan held negotiations with representatives of international engineering company Worley (Great Britain) to develop cooperation in the production of high value added products. The press service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs reports.

The delegation was represented by President of the Energy and Chemical Networks Vinayak Pay and Atomic Energy President Alexander Superfin. During the meeting, the recent financial and organizational changes in Worley’s system and the possibility of cooperation with Uzbekistan were discussed.

As it was mentioned, the fuel and energy complex of the country has been successfully cooperating with Worley for many years in the oil and gas sector, for example, WorleyParsons Uzbekistan Engineering LLC.

During the meeting, representatives of the company were informed about large-scale reforms in the fuel and energy complex of the country, including in the electricity and oil and gas sectors.

The sides also discussed prospects for cooperation in the field of nuclear energy, and it is reported that negotiations are now under way to establish an Uzbek atomic engineering center in the form of a joint venture.

In the end, it was agreed to conduct trainings with the involvement of oil and gas, electricity and chemical industry specialists to identify promising areas for high value added products.

The international engineering company Worley intends to strengthen cooperation with Uzbekistan

The Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Uzbekistan held negotiations with representatives of international engineering company Worley (Great Britain) to develop cooperation in the production of high value added products. The press service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs reports.

The delegation was represented by President of the Energy and Chemical Networks Vinayak Pay and Atomic Energy President Alexander Superfin. During the meeting, the recent financial and organizational changes in Worley’s system and the possibility of cooperation with Uzbekistan were discussed.

As it was mentioned, the fuel and energy complex of the country has been successfully cooperating with Worley for many years in the oil and gas sector, for example, WorleyParsons Uzbekistan Engineering LLC.

During the meeting, representatives of the company were informed about large-scale reforms in the fuel and energy complex of the country, including in the electricity and oil and gas sectors.

The sides also discussed prospects for cooperation in the field of nuclear energy, and it is reported that negotiations are now under way to establish an Uzbek atomic engineering center in the form of a joint venture.

In the end, it was agreed to conduct trainings with the involvement of oil and gas, electricity and chemical industry specialists to identify promising areas for high value added products.

UZA.UZ