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Inspection and Lab Testing in Pakistan

Pakistan is one the top business hubs across the globe where trading is concerned, hence Qasim seaport, Kemari seaport and now Gawadar port is also becoming popular and busy for import and export of commodities. Cargo inspections, vessel survey, and bunker/draft survey for loading and discharge is the utmost need since many ships and oil tankers engaging harbors everyday. There are multiple inspection companies performing surveys on the ports and off as well however, it’s not easy to find the best among all that could meet standards and is certified for the scope.

Similarly laboratory testing is the other requisite that generally come with most of the inspection jobs like oil and gas, food and water, material and metals etc and still the house is open for power companies, industries and many other sectors where oil, gas, material, metals and machinery itself involved. There is one common and regular need of lubricating oils to almost all industries, automobiles, aviation and equipment as well. All we need is to use appropriate standard lube oil for our machines or motors and to regularly check the quality meeting criteria of the technical guidelines. This could only be done through lab testing from accredited and certified bodies within the region.

AccreditedTestLabs.com helps you to find cheap and best, accredited and highly capable company that conforms to all ISO, IFIA standards and local authorities recommendations for both inspection and the lab testing needs.

So feel free to contact us and we shall be please to assist you.

Natural Gas testing in Oman

Oman is renowned sphere for the discoveries of Oil and gas on multiple locations. The most popular and major pillar is the Sohar Refinery or we also call it Oman Refinery. Most of the oil and gas projects initiated from the same source and it is the one who indulges most of the companies into contracting and direct sourcing work.

If you’re or your client is associated with any of the oil and gas projects and require feed gas testing, natural gas analysis, sweet natural gas testing, LPG testing, or any form of gas or oil testing, we can assist you with accredited and certified scope of services. Our labs are ISO 9001-2008/2015, ISO/IEC 17025-2005, and IFIA certified along-with local government bodies certifications. Our lab’s staff is proficient in gas sampling as well with cutting edge technology sampling cylinders and they work with HSE guidelines to ensure safety on each and every step.

So, write us today if you are looking for natural gas testing and sampling in Oman and we shall be pleased to assist you.

We cover basic to most advanced levels of testing including C6+, C11+, C14+, C36+, mercaptains etc. Or you may submit your own specifications as per your requirements.

عمان هي مجال معروف لاكتشافات النفط والغاز في مواقع متعددة. الركن الأكثر شعبية والأهم هو مصفاة صحار أو نسميها أيضًا مصفاة عمان. معظم مشاريع النفط والغاز التي بدأت من نفس المصدر وهي التي تنغمس معظم الشركات في أعمال المقاولات وتوريد المصادر.

إذا كنت أنت أو عميلك مرتبطًا بأي من مشاريع النفط والغاز وتحتاج إلى اختبار غاز التغذية ، أو تحليل الغاز الطبيعي ، أو اختبار الغاز الطبيعي الحلو ، أو اختبار غاز البترول المسال ، أو أي شكل من أشكال اختبار الغاز أو الزيت ، يمكننا مساعدتك في الاعتماد ونطاق معتمد من الخدمات. إن معاملنا حاصلة على شهادات ISO 9001-2008 / 2015 ، و ISO / IEC 17025-2005 ، وشهادات IFIA جنبًا إلى جنب مع شهادات الهيئات الحكومية المحلية. يتمتع موظفو مختبرنا بالبراعة في أخذ عينات الغاز وكذلك أسطوانات أخذ العينات التكنولوجية الحديثة ويعملون مع إرشادات الصحة والسلامة والبيئة لضمان السلامة في كل خطوة.

لذا ، اكتب إلينا اليوم إذا كنت تبحث عن اختبارات وأخذ عينات من الغاز الطبيعي في عمان وسيسعدنا مساعدتك.

نحن نغطي المستويات الأساسية لمعظم الاختبارات المتقدمة بما في ذلك C6 + ، C11 + ، C14 + ، C36 + ، mercaptains إلخ. أو يمكنك تقديم المواصفات الخاصة بك وفقًا لمتطلباتك.

Saudi Arabia Oil, Gas, Energy and Business News May 2015

Five myths about Saudi Aramco
27 May 2015 | By Kevin Baxter
Debunking some of the recent rumours and claims about the world’s largest oil company

Saudi interbank offered rate
Heavyweights dominate deal flow
20 May 2015 | By James Gavin
Saudi Aramco’s success in sealing a $10bn facility at extremely low pricing will not necessarily lead to a flood of deals

Assets of Saudi commercial banks
Saudi banks to gain from market opening
20 May 2015 | By Edmund O’Sullivan
The kingdom’s locally incorporated commercial banks are well capitalised and are expected to be the first choice for foreign investors after the Tadawul opening on 15 June

Saudi IPO market
Foreign investors await June opening
19 May 2015 | By James Gavin
From next month, qualified foreign investors will have full access to the Gulf’s largest stock market, the Tadawul

Banking
Saudi banking: Sector in rude health
18 May 2015
The kingdom’s locally incorporated lenders have posted promising profits in 2014 as well as the first quarter of 2015, despite low oil prices and new regulations

Saudi banking sector market share 2014
Banks enjoy healthy first quarter
17 May 2015 | By James Gavin
Most of the kingdom’s banks recorded profit growth in the first three months of 2015, after a generally positive 2014, despite concerns about the impact of lower oil prices on the sector

Projects due for award in next 12 months
Projects market loses its momentum
12 May 2015 | By Mark Watts
While essential schemes are still likely to move forwards, the drop in oil prices means projects that are more speculative could be put on hold

Top 10 contractors and EPC spend by country
Oil price drop reshapes top 10 contractors
11 May 2015 | By Kevin Baxter
The decline in oil prices has led to a slowdown in project spending in the region, meaning MEED’s annual contractor survey has seen a big shake up this year

Saudi Defence Minister Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud (C) at a defence exhibition in February
MEED board report, May 2015
7 May 2015 | By Richard Thompson
Key events and trends in the region over the past month and their impact on the outlook for the Middle East and North Africa

Saudi Arabia
Focus falls on Saudi Arabia’s deputy crown prince
6 May 2015 | By Kevin Baxter
Prince Mohammed bin Salman is taking on a more powerful role in the kingdom

Regional construction awards
Construction awards dip in Middle East
5 May 2015 | By Robert Jones
Value of contract awards in region’s construction sector have fallen in first quarter

Construction projects in Mecca province
Vision for Mecca under threat
4 May 2015 | By Hossam Abougabal
While many major projects in the holy city have pressed ahead, with some nearing completion, delays have occurred as Saudi Arabia struggles to stick to its masterplan for 2040

MEED contracts awarded April 2015
Middle East contracts awarded: April 2015
3 May 2015
Nearly $5bn of contracts awarded in April in the Middle East

Al-Naimi: The legendary oil minister may retire soon
Al-Naimi’s succession challenge
30 April 2015 | By Kevin Baxter
Assistant oil minister and son of King Salman are now favourites to replace Saudi Arabia’s veteran oil minister

Divided Zone: Some analysts believe the Saudi Arabia-Kuwait dispute could degenerate into more serious problems
Trouble in the Divided Zone
28 April 2015 | By Wil Crisp
Oil production in the zone is expected to halt as Saudi Arabia and Kuwait fail to find common ground

Oil drop
Oil price drop hits Saudi Arabia
28 April 2015 | By Robert Jones
The latest IMFdata on Saudi Arabia illustrates the impact the decline in oil prices is having on the kingdom’s economy

US-based GE’s distributed power business finds promising markets in areas of volatility
GE sees opportunity in instability
27 April 2015 | By Philippa Wilkinson
Firm’s CEO of distributed power talks about supply and generation challenges in region

Corporate legal battle
The AH al-Gosaibi debt default
22 April 2015 | By Rebecca Spong
The largest corporate financial scandal that shook Saudi Arabia

Abdelmalek al-Houthi
Yemen crisis – main players
22 April 2015 | By Mark Watts
A guide to the major actors in the ongoing Yemen conflict

Global oil production
Oil price still not ready for recovery
21 April 2015 | By Kevin Baxter
Opec optimism unfounded while global market remains oversupplied

Qatar Energy, Oil, Gas and Business Update May 2015

Losing the 2022 World Cup may help Qatar’s economy
28 May 2015 | By Wil Crisp
Fitch Ratings says if Qatar is stripped of the tournament its robust economic growth will continue

Colin Foreman
Oil price drop stress tests GCC projects
26 May 2015 | By Colin Foreman
There are long term positives to the slowdown

Andrew Roscoe
Japanese gain ground in region’s utilities market
26 May 2015 | By Andrew Roscoe
Companies from Japan have won the first three major developer contracts of the year

Doha in Qatar
Construction is risky business in Qatar
19 May 2015 | By Colin Foreman
Aecom encounters “delivery challenges” as industry braces for surge in disputes

Qatar IMF data Q2 2015
Qatar real GDP to grow
14 May 2015 | By Wil Crisp
Qatar’s real GDP is expected to rise to $110.3bn in 2015

QP’s risky Al-Shaheen strategy
QP’s risky Al-Shaheen strategy
12 May 2015 | By Kevin Baxter
Re-tendering concession for technically challenging oil field is mystifying

Projects due for award in next 12 months
Projects market loses its momentum
12 May 2015 | By Mark Watts
While essential schemes are still likely to move forwards, the drop in oil prices means projects that are more speculative could be put on hold

Saudi Defence Minister Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud (C) at a defence exhibition in February
MEED board report, May 2015
7 May 2015 | By Richard Thompson
Key events and trends in the region over the past month and their impact on the outlook for the Middle East and North Africa

Refining and petrochemicals developments in the region are bearing the brunt of lower oil prices
Downstream projects most under threat
4 May 2015 | By Mark Watts
Refining and petrochemicals developments in the region are bearing the brunt of lower oil prices

Qatar shifts its project spending plans
Qatar shifts its project spending plans
28 April 2015 | By Andrew Roscoe
Falling energy prices have forced Doha to focus on infrastructure programme

Qatar’s Emir Sheikh Tamim (left) is working more closely with Gulf leaders including Saudi King Salman
Welcomed back into the fold
28 April 2015 | By Wil Crisp
Qatar has made amends with Saudi Arabia, in a sign of a turnaround in GCC attitudes to Doha led by the kingdom’s newly appointed monarch

Renewable energy
Renewables market hotspots taking off
28 April 2015 | By Philippa Wilkinson
Excitement over Egypt, but Saudi Arabia’s plans remain unclear

Qatar must diversify projects pipeline
Qatar: Must diversify projects pipeline
27 April 2015
Qatar’s economy is booming right now, but this is only on the back of the Fifa 2022 World Cup and the country’s ample reserves of gas

Qatar imports and exports
Hamad Port prepares for first cargo
27 April 2015 | By Austyn Allison
The delivery of the project to provide Qatar with a new port has been pushed forward by a decade, but the authorities are still managing to make good progress

Qatar population
More work needed on labour reforms
27 April 2015 | By Austyn Allison
Doha has announced a series of reforms and draft laws aimed at improving the lives of migrant workers employed in the country, but human rights organisations want the government to take concrete steps

Qatar bank liquidity at risk from oil slump
Qatar bank liquidity at risk from oil slump
27 April 2015 | By Rebecca Spong
Qatari banks continue to post strong results, but continued low crude prices and upcoming investment programmes could affect their deposit levels

Middle East contracts March 2015
Middle East contracts awarded: March 2015
15 April 2015
Over $6bn of contracts awarded in March in the Middle East

Iran nuclear talks in Lausanne
MEED board report, April 2015
8 April 2015 | By Richard Thompson
Key events and trends in the region over the past month and their impact on the outlook for the Middle East and North Africa

Doha in Qatar
Optimism for Qatar amid uncertainty
7 April 2015 | By Wil Crisp
Steady growth forecast for Qatar’s economy

US oil production
The impact of US shale oil on the Middle East
6 April 2015 | By Kevin Baxter
Cheaper production could spell disaster for many of the region’s conventional oil fields

Qatar roads
Rail spearheads transport plans
1 April 2015
Qatar aims to revamp its transport links to counter congestion

Cover
Qatar Projects 2015
1 April 2015
World Cup projects gather pace

Gas field
Qatar’s oil dilemma
31 March 2015 | By Kevin Baxter
It’s LNG and not oil that is Doha’s core business and it should be concentrating its efforts there

Al-Saad Multi-purpose Hall
Qatar Building Project of the Year
24 March 2015
Al-Saad Multipurpose Hall

Energy Management System
Ramboll Sustainable Project of the Year – Qatar
24 March 2015
Energy Management System (Solar MicroGrid System)

Hamad airport
Hyder Consulting Transport Project of the Year – Qatar
24 March 2015
New Doha (Hamad) International airport Passenger Terminal Complex – CP18

Tunnel boring machine for metro
No more distractions for Qatar infrastructure
23 March 2015 | By Colin Foreman
The World Cup date is fixed so Doha has to concentrate on infrastructure

Islamic studies
Qatar Social Infrastructure Project of the Year
22 March 2015
Qatar Faculty of Islamic Studies (QFIS)

Khalifa International Stadium in Qatar
Qatar to 2022 and beyond
19 March 2015 | By Edmund O’Sullivan
Fifa confirms the Qatar World Cup Finals are to be held in November 2022 to avoid the Gulf’s heat and humidity

Real estate
Prices fluctuate in maturing real estate market
18 March 2015 | By Robert Jones
The region is seeing sharp differences in office and housing costs, depending on the maturity of the market

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