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Dolphin Marine exhibits at EGYPS

Dolphin Marine exhibits at EGYPS

Participants during the EGYPS 2020 exhibition in Egypt.

Dolphin Marine Group, the UAE-based and regional leader in maritime safety equipment and services, has successfully participated in this month’s Egypt Petroleum Show (EGYPS). This marks the first time in which Dolphin Marine will take part in the show, further solidifying the company’s growing presence within the industry.

Playing host to over 450 international companies, and more than 30,000 attendees, EGYPS has established itself a gateway to the North African and Mediterranean’s oil & gas market. The regionally renowned event is scheduled to take place from 11–13 of February at the Egypt International Exhibition Center.

Commenting on the company’s first-time participation, Eng.Hussein El Bagouri, Managing Director of Dolphin Marine Group stated, “Whether it be upstream, midstream or downstream, EGYPS is known for being a solid platform that fosters growth within the Egyptian and North African hydrocarbon sectors. With that said, we look forward to contributing to this development, alongside the multitude of companies that will be showcasing new projects, technologies, products and services.”

With the oil and gas industry currently in the midst of a clean energy transition, EGYPS’ theme of ‘Delivering the Energy Needs of Tomorrow’ is as timely as it is fitting. Similarly, Dolphin Marine’s adept capabilities, paired with its specialized safety products and services, equips the company to more than adequately lend assistance to this ongoing industry transformation.

El Bagouri clarified saying, “Internationally, the oil and gas industry is steadily advancing its efforts to achieve greater sustainability. In regards to this, safety is an aspect of particular importance, and it is also one of the primary pillars which Dolphin Marine operates under the basis of. Thus, we are excited to bring this expertise forth and take part in collaborating towards making the industry more sustainable.