EAME have recently been commissioned by a multinational oil and gas company to install a radar tide gauge system at an Iraqi port. This will replace a conventional tide gauge system which has been affected by the high rate of sedimentation in this part of the Middle East. EAME shall also undertake quarterly maintenance of the tide gauge to ensure that no issues arise, this shall be undertaken by fully trained local staff.
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.
EAME has recently participated in the Iraq Britain Business Council (IBBC) and UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) Trade Mission to Baghdad and Erbil that took place in November 2013. The IBBC facilitates business, trade, investment, human resources, training and transfer of technology and know-how into the Republic of Iraq, seeking to bring together Iraqi, British and international companies and public sector bodies through a joint platform identifying mutual interests and common goals.
EAME’s MD was accompanied Zainab Al Ribhawi (EAME Iraq In-Country Manager). Some photos (provided by the IBBC) are shown below.
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EAME has just been awarded a major environmental and social baseline study in relation to a Port Master Plan. EAME has been appointed by the Japanese International Co-operation Agency (JICA) which is funding the project.
The project will involve conducting a detailed water quality survey (including field sampling and laboratory analysis) and an extensive sediment quality survey (including field sampling and laboratory analysis) within the Shatt al-Arab Waterway and the Qamat Ali Canal in Iraq.
EAME is uniquely placed to offer services in this area after successful completion of numerous Environmental Baseline Surveys (EBSs) within Southern Iraq.
EAME have had a number of photographs included in the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (UN-ESCWA) document ‘Inventory of Shared Water Resources in Western Asia’. The Inventory of Shared Water Resources in Western Asia is the first UN-led effort to comprehensively assess the state and evolution of transboundary surface and groundwater resources in the Middle East. Developed in close consultation with ESCWA member countries, the inventory boasts 9 surface water and 17 groundwater chapters that systematically address hydrology, hydrogeology, water resources development and use, international water agreements and transboundary water management efforts.
Please visit http://waterinventory.org/ for more details.
EAME and Intragulf MCS, a Bahrain-based survey company, have entered into a joint venture as our combined disciplines and resources offer significant benefits to our Clients. These include reduced costs and working with an integrated team from a number of disciplines with significant experience of working in the Middle East. The joint venture has already been successful in a number of projects.
Intragulf MCS offer a full portfolio of related services and technologies to “Capture, Integrate, Model and Manage” a Client’s infrastructure and assets. Their scope of activities includes Specialised CAD Services & Compliance, Plant & Facility Surveys, 3D Laser Scanning, Modeling, Visualisation & Simulation, Mapping and GIS.
Intragulf MCS specialised 3D Laser Scanning work allows them to capture highly accurate and detailed information about Client assets, whether this is for land Surveys, 3D Digital Terrain Models, 3D Plant / Building Models, GIS or Topographic Maps. Data can be published into formats to suit client requirements, whether this is as built, engineering documentation, or 3D animations and fly throughs for visualisation and simulation.
For further information please visit http://www.intragulf.com/