QS Energy exploring partnership plans in the Middle East
"There are a number of large infrastructure modernization programs underway in the Middle East to increase crude oil output and significantly expand the pipeline systems that transport upstream production to refineries and marine offloading facilities," QS Energy Chairman and CEO Greggory Bigger said.
Bigger said that QS Energy has provided the countries with nonbinding letters of intent, which are now going through Arabic translation to be reviewed by leadership. Bigger noted that his company’s objective is to showcase how its technology can be of benefit to the nations, improving efficiency in their pipeline systems.
"Based on our continuing interactions with these organizations, we believe that they are dedicated to implementing strategic, multipronged engineering programs to improve the existing pipeline infrastructure and deliver hydrocarbons more efficiently and cost-effectively to global markets," Bigger said.
QS Energy’s feasibility testing and AOT case study proposals will highlight projected measurable performance efficiencies, showing how QS Energy can increase flow rates and reduce pipeline pressure drop.