Mr. Foroohar Farzadnia Marketing Director

Mr. Foroohar Farzadnia Marketing Director,AlMansoori Specialized Engineering.

Current 1.Almansoori Specialized Enginerring

Previous 1.Precision Drilling/Weatherford, 2.Schlumberger

Education 1.University of Tulsa

Corporate BD and Marketing Director
Almansoori Specialized Enginerring
December 2008 – Present

General Manager MDDS/Target Well Control at AlMansoori Specialized Engineering
Almansoori Specialized Enginerring 2008 – Present (6 years)

BD and Marketing Manager
Precision Drilling/Weatherford 2002 – 2007 (5 years)

Operation Manager Schlumberger
1992 – 2002 (10 years)

Employment History
• Corporate Marketing and Business Development Director
AlMansoori Specialized Engineering

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Service companies also are seeing a, 2 Nov 2012 [cached] Service companies also are seeing a big increase in offshore activity, despite the fact that there is virtually no deepwater drilling in the Middle East, according to Foroohar Farzadnia, corporate market and business development manager for Abu Dhabi-based service company AlMansoori Specialized Engineering. "We see the offshore market doubling by 2015, with the Persian Gulf countries of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Qatar, in particular, increasing oil and gas production as Iranian oil production has declined by more than a million bbls/day. Tankers can't get licensed to transport the oil from Iran."

The reduction in Iranian gas production also is offsetting the boom in US shale gas production that has negatively impacted natural gas drilling in the region, Mr Farzadnia said. Heexpects gas operations in Qatar will ramp up in 2013 and 2014. He also anticipates increased activity in Oman. Overall, offshore oil and natural gas production are about even, hesaid.

Onshore, however, oil is dominant, running about 70% versus 30% gas production, he estimated. Dayrates are much lower for the large number of conventional land rigs in the region, averaging $35,000, with workover rigs averaging $24,000/day. Brownfields are seeing increased workover activity, as well as new drilling for oil, as prices entice operators to tap wells that were abandoned due to declining production or not produced due to lack of technology.

"Most of the reservoirs in this region are layered, with the oil and gas on top of each other," explained Mr Farzadnia, who also expects fields to open up in North Iraq and Kurdistan.

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