Dubai: Abu Dhabi Maritime and ADNOC have struck a five-year settlement to boost security alongside Abu Dhabi’s waterways. The deal will result in elevated alternate of data, knowledge and experience regarding the regulation and administration of maritime actions, infrastructure developments and amenities on these routes.
Each events will implement “strong and responsive” monitoring, risk-mitigation, enterprise continuity and disaster administration programs via coordinated plans, in addition to via marine site visitors and infrastructure tasks inside Abu Dhabi’s waters.
Abu Dhabi Maritime was shaped final July by Abu Dhabi Ports – a part of ADQ – via an settlement with Division of Municipalities and Transport (DMT), because the emirate’s custodian of waterways and marine ecosystems.
Its largest subsidiary is Khalifa Industrial Zone Abu Dhabi (KIZAD), with the deep water Khalifa Port as its maritime gateway.
Capt. Saif Rashid Al Mheiri, Managing Director of Abu Dhabi Maritime, stated: “Abu Dhabi Maritime’s co-operation settlement with ADNOC is one other necessary step in boosting our emirate’s place as a worldwide maritime centre by selling sustainability as a essential driver in attaining financial success.
“Working intently with a number one and a extremely completed nationwide driver of financial exercise comparable to ADNOC, permits our maritime neighborhood to optimise environmentally pleasant and environment friendly guidelines and laws to manipulate the secure passage of maritime site visitors inside our ports and throughout our waterways.”
ADNOC operates devoted petroleum ports positioned in Jebel Dhanna, Ruwais, Das, Zirku and Mubarraz.