Shell Lubricants Egypt renewed its partnership agreement with Sukari Gold Mine for the second time. The cooperation that began in 2014 makes Shell the only recommended lubricant supplier for all Sukari projects.
Under the partnership, Shell will supply Sukari’s activities and meet the company’s needs for petroleum products.
The signing ceremony was attended by the Managing Director of Shell Lubricants Egypt, Saher Hashem; the Petroleum Sector Affairs Manager, Mustafa Sadek; the Sales Team Lead, Moataz Assayed; and the Mining & Oil & Gas Sector Account Manager, Mostafa Mahmoud. Sukari Gold Mine’s representatives included the company’s Chairman, Ali Barakat, and its Managing Director, Yousef Al-Rajhi.
“Shell Lubricants Egypt does not seek to be a mere lubricants supplier, but to establish a fruitful cooperation and mutual benefit with its clients. We always provide technical solutions and services to our partners, and this is positively reflected on the performance of their equipment as it increases production, thus achieving higher profit rates,” Hashem stated during the signing ceremony.
“We have decided to renew our partnership with Shell Lubricants Egypt to not only benefit from their expertise and services, but to also achieve the highest production rates for our company. We look forward to continuing this partnership with a renowned and reputable company that Shell is,” Al-Rajhi added.
Sukari Gold Mine is located in the Eastern Desert near the Red Sea, Egypt. It is managed by El Sukari old mine company – one of Centamin Egypt companies – in collaboration with the Egyptian Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources. Sukari’s mine reserves are estimated in 13 million oz of gold.