The development follows a visit made by President Samia Suluhu Hassan to Oman when the MoU was signed during the Tanzania–Oman Business Forum held in Muscat in the presence of Oman’s minister for Commerce, Industry and Investment Promotion, Qais bin Mohammed Al Yousef, Tanzania’s ambassador to Oman Abdallah Abasi Kilima and government representatives from the 2 countries.
Atogs was represented by its chairman Abdulsamad Abdulrahim while Zaogs was represented by Ali Amour, a board member
Speaking shortly after the signing ceremony, Atogs chairman said the MoU will enable the 3 organisations to share local content experience in oil and gas industry and showcase and share business opportunities available in oil and gas and in strategic projects.
“The MoU signed today will also enable our organisations, to organise joint workshops, forums and seminars as an added value for its members in the fields of technical and training,” he said adding: “This MoU has come at the right time. It will also enable us to share knowledge transfer and expertise in the oil and gas industry between us”.
He said following the recent signing of the Host Government Agreement between the Tanzanian government and companies that will develop the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) project in the country, Atogs and Zaogs stand a better chance to make maximum use of opportunities coming with the project.