Shell Oman Marketing Company has won a two-year contract to provide up to 50% of Oman Air’s aviation fuel needs at Muscat International Airport, TradeArabia announced.

“We are pleased to be partnering with Oman Air, the national carrier, in working together to grow and develop Oman’s aviation industry for the benefit of the Sultanate and its people,” Mohammed Al Balushi, Shell Oman CEO, said.

The company used to provide 20% of Oman Air’s fuel needs and that increase will affect the company’s profits positively during the upcoming two years.

“Shell has carved a name as a reliable brand with its extensive network and supply chain capabilities. I can confidently say that this is a partnership between two leading brands that reflects growth through sustainable strategies and practices,” Abdul Aziz Al Raisi, Oman Air CEO said.

Shell has a great experience in providing top quality, reliable, and efficient fuels and after the opening of Seeb International Airport, known today as Muscat International Airport, Shell has become a major supplier of jet fuel in the Omani aviation sector.