Digital transformation company Injazat has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with UAE-based offshore and onshore oil and gas services provider Lamprell.
The two parties will work together to provide digital solutions for the oil and gas, and renewable energy markets.
Lamprell CEO Christopher McDonald said: “This is a pivotal milestone in our history. The world is changing. It’s critical that we stay ahead of the curve and push the boundaries from conventional thinking to ensure the Group is positioned well for the future.
“Working with a digital-enabler like Injazat is providing us new capabilities and channels to expand and take to market our offering, and that will underpin the future sustainability of the business.”
The MoU primarily targets customers in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.
Injazat CEO Khaled AlMelhi said: “Embracing new technologies and enabling digital transformation lies at the very core of our mission and business strategy.
“Through our collaboration with Lamprell, we aim to create innovative digital solutions to solve the most pressing problems faced by the region’s energy and renewables industry.
“At Injazat, we are proud to serve as a strategic partner, trusted advisor and digital enabler to support our clients with their digital transformation journey, fulfilling our commitment to support the UAE’s innovation agenda.”
Injazat is fully owned by Mubadala, the investment unit of the Government of Abu Dhabi.