Saudi Aramco and Vivakor sign MoU for oil cleanup
Aramco has three designated oil waste disposal sites throughout the country and Vibakor will work directly with long-standing in-country agents in the oil cleanup process
Aramco and Vivakor Inc have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for remediation and reclamation services, according to an announcement made by Vivakor.
The understanding is that Vivakor and its joint venture partner RRT (VIVARRT) will provide oil cleanup in various areas throughout the country.
Aramco currently produces 10mn barrels of oil per day, and as a matter of course in their daily operations inadvertently spills oil. They have three designated oil waste disposal sites throughout the country and VIVARRT will work directly with long-standing in-country agents in the cleanup.
The primary agent Al Kalthomi General Contracting (KGC) is a leading general contractor based in Dammam, Saudi Arabia. Established in 2003 as part of KEW -- a major conglomerate in the environmental and waste management segment, KGC and its affiliate has successfully completed numerous large and medium scale turnkey projects for many prominent clients in different sectors which include Aramco, SECO, Sabic, and others.
Vivakor has also been working on a number of other initiatives including enhanced oil recovery projects throughout the globe utilising acoustics. Unique to the company is a mobile rapid deployment, global capability for remediation and reclamation of contaminated soil created due to oil spills.