DateFeb 3, 2022
LocationENOC PAVILION EXPO 2020
In the latest Young Arab Leaders’ Corporate Visit Event that was held in the ENOC Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai on February 3, 2022, the YAL members were exclusively hosted by Shamma Al Rahmah, Director at ENOC, and the ENOC Management Team who explained why ENOC is a leading integrated international oil and gas player operating across the energy sector value chain.
ENOC being the Official Integrated Energy Partner of Expo 2020 Dubai and deploying the latest innovations, technologies and best practices towards the UAE!s social and economic development, have offered an engaging, multi-sensory experience comprised in their four structured pavilion to pay tribute to the energy story as a human story.
With an immersive experience within the pavilion, the YAL Members were then led by Shamma Al Falasi, Site Operations and Control Coordinator at Expo 2020, who conveyed ENOC’s unique concept of discovering and reimagining what energy enables and promises using ultra-haptic technology, moving image, kinetic installation and interactive projection. Alongside a captivating unique visit, the use of energy within the ENOC Pavilion allowed the Industry Experts to “feel”and interact with energy throughout the whole tour.
The YAL Corporate Visits aim to foster meaningful relationships within the community to discuss significant solutions to the region’s most pressing socio-economic challenges.
To quote YAL Chairperson Muna Al Gurg: “It has been an absolute honor and pleasure for Young Arab Leaders (YAL) to partner with ENOC, one of the leading and most influential gas and oil companies in the UAE. We look forward to growing this partnership with our network and having more successful events in the future.”
His Excellency, Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO, ENOC, said: “At ENOC, we are committed to contributing to the country’s ambitions of supporting the youth who are our future. In line with the UAE’s vision, we believe that in order to build a better future for all, we must champion our youth. As a national oil company, we are invested in growing local talent and fostering an environment where they can use their knowledge and capabilities to better serve the country. Moving forward, we will continually seek opportunities to attract young talent who want to be a part of a company that is at the forefront of shaping the nation’s next 50 years.”