Such achievement demonstrates the success of ENGIE’s strategy in Oman, that has focused on the omanization and training of national managers at various levels. The omanization rate exceeds 70% of employees, including senior management, and is expected to reach 100% by 2025.
“ENGIE STOMO is proud of the achievement of our staff. It is the result of the commitment of our young technicians to their own development and to our business.” commented Tomaz Guadagnin, Chief Executive Officer of ENGIE STOMO.
ENGIE STOMO is responsible for the operation and maintenance of plants producing approximately 50% of Oman’s electricity and desalinated drinking water. It delivers these essentials by operating and maintaining 6 power plants and 2 desalination plants. These plants are the Barka II Power and Desalination Plant, Barka III Combined Cycle Power Plant, Al Rusail Power Plant, Manah Power Plant, Sohar I Power and Desalination Plant and Sohar II Combined Cycle Power Plant.
ENGIE STOMO has 2 shareholders, ENGIE (70%), the world’s 3rd largest power generator and the leading power generator in the Middle East, South Central Asia and Turkey region, and SOGEX Oman (30%), a leading actor of the Omani energy market.