“Business must have a social conscience “says Osama Muein, Acting General Manager and Director of the Board of Skaugen Gulf Petchem Carriers. “ This social responsibility is a philosophy set in stone by our shareholders I.M.Skaugen ., Noga Holdings and Capital Management House “ he added at the presentation of gifts to a group of 70 orphans supported by the Royal Charity during their specially arranged visit to the Multi-Gas Vessel Bahrain Vision Dr. Mustafa Al Sayyed, the Secretary General of the Royal Charity Organisation says on the occasion of the tour by the RCO of Bahrain Vision “RCO are grateful for Skaugen Gulf and its shareholders special privileged tour of Bahrain Vision. We are impressed by the commitment of Skaugen Gulf and to contributing to the needs of Bahrain Society at all Levels. This we hope will set a precedent for many international companies locating in Bahrain to follow Skaugen Gulf’s example Morits Skaugen CEO of I.M.Skaugen comments “This magnificent vessel is a symbol of a positive vision not just for the maritime community but also can be a positive symbol of a vision for the future for the community of Bahrain , we are committed to ensure that our involvement in Bahrain is rooted to support the community and local small business community“. 

The open day for visitors to the vessel was extended to include local companies such as Bahrian Petroleum Company (BAPCO), Aluminium Bahrain (ALBA) , Arab Ship Repair Yard (ASRY) , Gulf Petrochemical Industries Co. (GPIC), Tatweer Petroleum, National Oil and Gas Authority (NOGA).

Skaugen Gulf and I.M.Skaugen are eager to continue a knowledge exchange of our skills and expertise with Bahrain Companies and education establishments” adds Mr Muein “ The invitation to visit to the Vessel is part of this process to showcase our technology to technocrats in the various leading companies in Bahrain and also for the future generation of engineers and experts from University of Bahrain and Bahrain Polytechnic “