Tarek El Molla, Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, has received a delegation from the International Honeywell Corporation, specialized in providing technical support for petroleum projects, to discuss and review steps that will be implemented in the Red Sea Petrochemical Complex project in Ain Sokhna, after signing a land allocation contract, according to a press release.

The delegation was headed by Rajeev Gautam, President and CEO of Honeywell Performance Materials and Technologies (PMT). During the meeting, El Molla emphasized the significance of coordination and integration between Honeywell Corporation and the companies that will jointly implement the project, in order to develop a work program and an action plan upon  specific goals.

Both sides also tackled Honeywell’s involvement in the field of Egyptian cadres training on the latest international technologies in the various petroleum fields, in addition to ways of boosting cooperation between the sector companies and the international companies in other projects inside and outside Egypt.

For his part, Gautam underlined that Honeywell has a long history with Egypt in the field of oil, gas, refining and petrochemicals. He also affirmed that the company is looking forward to supporting this partnership, especially since Honeywell and its subsidiary UOP possess the expertise and pioneering technological solutions in the areas of efficient operations and production that aim to sustainability, reducing emissions, and preserving the environment.