Meeza and Maersk Oil Qatar sign IT deal

Meeza will be hosting Maersk Oil's Primary and Disaster Recovery IT equipment in its M-VAULT 2 and M-VAULT 3 data centres

Picture for illustrative purpose only.
Picture for illustrative purpose only.

Qatari IT services provider Meeza has announced that it has signed an agreement with Maersk Oil Qatar (MOQ) to host the latter’s data.

The signing ceremony was held on Monday on the sidelines of the International Petroleum Technology Conference (IPTC) at the Qatar National Convention Centre (QNCC).

Under the agreement, Meeza, a Qatar Foundation joint venture, will be hosting Maersk Oil’s Primary and Disaster Recovery IT equipment in its M-VAULT 2 and M-VAULT 3 data centres.

The agreement was signed by MOQ’s chief financial officer Carsten Sonne-Schmidt and Meeza’s chief marketing officer Saad Sabah Al-Kuwari. Also in attendance were Mr., and Sheikh Faisal bin Fahad Al Thani, Deputy Managing Director of MOQ.

“This agreement is the culmination of our continuous efforts in delivering world-class solutions and technologies to our esteemed clients. We are immensely proud to be entrusted with a massive undertaking for a large-scale and international corporation like Maersk Oil,” Ahmad Mohammed Al-Kuwari, Meeza’s CEO, said.

"Maersk Oil operates Qatar’s largest offshore oilfield, Al Shaheen. As a trusted and reliable operator that is committed to supporting Qatar’s National vision of His Highness the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani, Maersk Oil works closely with Qatari businesses to maximise local participation in its activities. Today’s (Monday) signing with Meeza, a Qatar Foundation Joint venture, is testament to this commitment," Sheikh Faisal bin Fahad Al-Thani, deputy managing director of Maersk Oil Qatar.


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