EAME is pleased to announce our latest recruit. Asaad is an in-country Iraqi environmental consultant fluent in both Arabic and English. A biology graduate, Asaad is a former employee of the Ministry of Health and is highly experienced in field and laboratory work. In addition, Asaad has been involved with NGOs, such as the International Research and Exchange Board, International Organisation of Migration, United Nations Office for Project Services and USAID/NDI since 2005. As a result, Asaad has extensive experience in NGO experience and administration.
To confirm our commitment to the regeneration and redevelopment of Iraq and Kurdistan, EAME are pleased to announce the opening of our Erbil office. Located close to Francois Mitterand Square, approximately 1km from the City Centre, the office is located off 60 Meter Street, one of the main routes from Erbil International Airport to the City Centre.
The office will be used to enable EAME to facilitate our clients’ needs both in Iraq and Kurdistan and is complementary to our operational base in Basra.
EAME have recently completed the first phase of a surface water resource study of southern Iraq for a multinational oil and gas company. The first phase involved the analysis of the surface water quality and flow assessment of the watercourses during the low flow season, further flow assessment works will be undertaken during the high flow season while the surface water quality will be assessed on a quarterly basis.
EAME have recently been commissioned to undertake a soil and sampling programme of the mud and flare pits of the Halfaya oilfield, Iraq. The programme has been designed to ensure so that any follow on remedial work will be planned appropriately. The Halfaya oilfield is located east of the city of Amarah and has a proven reserves of 4.1 billion barrels of oil.