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THE ECONOMY - OIL AND GAS

Abu Dhabi, Oman to set up 230,000bpd refinery

Posted on 26/06/2012

Abu Dhabi and Oman have signed an agreement to set up a refinery in the Sultanate with an output capacity of 230,000 barrels per day, to be followed by a petrochemical complex, Oman's official media reported on Tuesday. The refinery in the southern industrial port of Duqm will be equally owned by the International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) and Oman Oil Company (OOC), which both are controlled by their respective governments. The agreement created a joint venture called ", Duqm ...  >>MORE

ADNOC signs agreement with Wintershall and OMV

Posted on 24/06/2012

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), Wintershall Middle East GmbH- Abu Dhabi (Wintershall) and OMV Abu Dhabi E'&'P GmbH (OMV) yesterday signed a Technical Evaluation Agreement. The agreement aimed at appraising the sour gas and condensate field in Shuwaihat, located some 25 km to the West of Ruwais in the Western Region of Abu Dhabi. In a press statement "ADNOC" said that the operator Wintershall will conduct the appraisal phase with OMV as an equal partner by drilling up to three ...  >>MORE

Dh10b Habshan-Fujairah pipeline begins oil exports

Posted on 24/06/2012

The new Dh10 billion Habshan-Fujairah pipeline saw crude oil exports begin yesterday in Abu Dhabi, bypassing the Straits of Hormuz — a politically and economically strategic move for the UAE, experts said. About 30 per cent of the UAE's crude oil was exported through the pipeline from Abu Dhabi yesterday but this is expected to increase to 50 per cent or one million barrels a day by July 1, Dr. Numan Ashour, A UAE based economist, told Gulf News. The pipeline ends the UAE's total ...  >>MORE

Diesel in Dubai costs Dh1.05 more than in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 20/06/2012

The recent cut in diesel costs is not uniform across the UAE. A litre of diesel costs only Dh2.35 in Al Ain and Abu Dhabi, while motorists in Dubai pay Dh3.40 a litre. It may be noted that Adnoc recently slashed the price of a litre of diesel to Dh3.10, while Enoc/Eppco brought the price down to just Dh3.40 a litre. Therefore, consumers pay Dh1.05 more at some outlets. A manager at one of the Enoc stations in Dubai said: "Our diesel price per litre is Dh3.40. The price difference has not ...  >>MORE

90 per cent of Habshan 5 project completed in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 18/06/2012

The Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd. "GASCO" has announced that 90 percent of the total work of the project Habshan 5 would be completed by the end of May. It added in a report on the project Habshan 5 published by "GASCO Image Magazine" in its latest issue released yesterday, that this huge accomplishment had been achieved during a period of 33 months from the completion of contractual period of 50 months. The report notes this feat puts it among the best and the highest rates of achievements ...  >>MORE

Ipic profit slumps 96%

Posted on 14/06/2012

Abu Dhabi's International Petroleum Investment Company (Ipic) reported a 96 per cent slump in 2011 full-year profit on Wednesday, as market volatility and currency exchange risks weighed on its investment portfolio. The government-owned investment vehicle made a net profit of US$44.7 million last year, a company statement said, down from US$1.3 billion in the prior-year period. But profit from continuing operations, an indicator of core business performance, surged to US$540 million in ...  >>MORE

Adnoc cuts diesel price

Posted on 13/06/2012

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) has decided to cut diesel prices outside the emirate by 20 fils, a newspaper reported on Tuesday. The decision, which was to take effect on Tuesday, will reduce the price to Dh3.10 per litre from Dh3.30, the Arabic language daily Alkhaleej said, quoting sources at Adnoc Distribution. It did not mention why the decision did not include Abu Dhabi but diesel prices in the emirate are already lower than in the northern emirates. Adnoc Distribution, ...  >>MORE

Diesel prices cut 20 fils outside Abu Dhabi

Posted on 12/06/2012

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) has decided to cut diesel prices outside the emirate by 20 fils, a newspaper reported on Tuesday. The decision, which was to take effect on Tuesday, will reduce the price to Dh3.10 per litre from Dh3.30, the Arabic language daily Al Khaleej said, quoting sources at Adnoc Distribution. It did not mention why the decision did not include Abu Dhabi but diesel prices in the emirate are already lower than in the northern emirates. Adnoc Distribution, ...  >>MORE

UAE readies crude export detour to avoid Hormuz

Posted on 09/06/2012

By night, the lights of dozens of ships anchored off Fujairah port create the mirage of a far-off city at sea. The crowded anchorage reflects the emirate's rise as one of the world's busiest maritime refuelling stations. Soon it will also become a vital new exit route for Arabian crude oil destined for world markets. The UAE is nearing completion of a pipeline through the emirate that will allow it to reroute the bulk of its oil exports around the Strait of Hormuz at the mouth of the Gulf, ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces crude prices for May 2012

Posted on 07/06/2012

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) yesterday announced its crude oil prices for May, 2012. A company statement said that Government Selling Prices (GSP) for crude oil FOB Abu Dhabi ports for the month of May 2012 are as follows: Murban US$110.60 per barrel, Lower Zakum US$110.20, Umm Shaif US$109.80, and Upper Zakum US$108.30 per barrel. – Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

ADNOC’s takeover of 74 Emarat stations underway

Posted on 07/06/2012

The handover process of 74 petrol stations by Emarat to Adnoc Distribution in the Northern Emirates has begun, a highly-placed oil industry source familiar with the developments told Gulf News yesterday. "The takeover process by Adnoc Distribution has begun. As per plan, over the next few months, Adnoc Distribution and Emarat will jointly operate the pumps and from January 2013, Adnoc Distribution will take over full management control of the petrol stations,” said the source. Adnoc ...  >>MORE

Adnoc keeps Asia supply steady

Posted on 06/06/2012

Abu Dhabi National Oil Co (Adnoc), the main exporter for Opec member the United Arab Emirates, will supply full contractual crude oil volumes to Asia in July, steady from June, industry sources said on Tuesday. Adnoc has notified Asian buyers that it will supply its four main grades - Murban, Lower Zakum, Umm Shaif and Upper Zakum - at contractual volumes in July, the sources said. The state-run firm did not immediately reveal whether it would give buyers the option of asking for all grades' ...  >>MORE

Join forces to fuel world economy growth: UAE

Posted on 06/06/2012

Three key energy partners: producers, consumers and oil companies need to join forces to build new crude oil output capacities to meet demand of global economy, a senior oil official said here on Monday. Delivering the keynote address at the conference on "The development of production capacities of oil in the Arab countries and the current and future role in meeting the global energy demand,” organised by the Organisation of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries (OAPEC), Dr Hamed Al Neyadi, ...  >>MORE

Oil windfall fuels faster growth in UAE

Posted on 03/06/2012

The steady rise in oil prices in the first five months of this year and significantly higher average oil prices last year, than what was predicted, have prompted analysts to forecast that the UAE and some of its Gulf neighbours are headed towards another oil-led economic boom. Oil prices (the reference price for the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries or OPEC) rose to an average of US$123 (Dh452.39) per barrel in March, the highest monthly average since July 2008, mainly owing to ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi weighs fresh oil concessions

Posted on 02/06/2012

The Abu Dhabi government will evaluate companies on their technical ability when a decision is finally taken before January 2014 on foreign partnerships for onshore concessions expiring that year, a well-placed oil industry source told Gulf News. Political and financial considerations will also play a role, the source said. The decision on foreign partners for offshore concessions will likely be taken before their expiry in 2018, said the source. "The indications are the onshore concessions ...  >>MORE

ADNOC Distribution takeovers 74 EMARAT service stations

Posted on 29/05/2012

ADNOC Distribution and Emirates General Petroleum Corporation (EMARAT) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) under which the former will takeover 74 EMARAT's service stations in the emirates of Sharjah, Ras Al Khaimah, Ajman, Umm Al Qaiwain, Fujairah after studying the location of stations in each emirate. The signing was attended by Dr. Obaid Humaid Al Tayer, Minister of State for Financial Affairs and Emarat's Chairman, and Abdullah Nasser Al Suwaidi, ADNOC Director General and ...  >>MORE

Horizon Terminals Ltd marks groundbreaking of US$142 million Bulk Liquid Petroleum Terminal in Jebel Ali Free Zone

Posted on 29/05/2012

Horizon Terminals Ltd (HTL), the wholly owned subsidiary of Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) focused on terminalling operations, yesterday marked the groundbreaking ceremony of its new US$142 million bulk liquid petroleum terminal in the Jebel Ali Free Zone, Dubai. The fully automated terminal, with a storage capacity of 141,000 cubic metres and a dedicated 58 km pipeline connecting directly to the Dubai International Airport for the supply of jet fuel oil, is scheduled for commissioning ...  >>MORE

Fujairah takes centre stage in energy supply

Posted on 28/05/2012

A pipeline being built by the UAE to pump most of its oil exports from east coast terminals bypassing the Strait of Hormuz will be operational next month, His Highness Sheikh Hamad Bin Mohammad Al Sharqi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Fujairah, told AFP in an interview. Construction of the 360-km pipeline began in 2008. The pipeline will have an initial capacity of 1.5 million barrels a day rising to 1.8 million barrels a day, which represents the bulk of the UAE's current ...  >>MORE

Dubai crude oil price for August 2012 delivery is less $ 0.10 pb than average daily settlement price

Posted on 26/05/2012

The Department of Oil Affairs in the government of Dubai yesterday announced that it had notified its customers that the official price of Dubai crude oil, which will be delivered next August, will be US$0.10 less per barrel than the average daily settlement price of the DME Oman Crude Oil Financial Contract in Dubai Mercantile Exchange contracts traded during the next month. An official at the Department of Oil Affairs in the government of Dubai told Emirates News Agency "WAM" that the ...  >>MORE

RAK Petroleum posts Dh81.3m Q1 profit

Posted on 24/05/2012

RAK Petroleum Public Company Limited, the energy investment company, has announced unaudited net profits of Dh81.3 million for the first quarter ended March 31, 2012, continuing the company's profitability into the fourth consecutive year. The announcement follows the release by DNO International ASA of its quarterly financial and operating results. "Integration of RAK Petroleum's former operating subsidiaries into DNO International is now complete following legal closure of the merger in ...  >>MORE

UAE will fire up gas export forum

Posted on 21/05/2012

The UAE is to be congratulated on joining the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) after the Cabinet approval on May 15, as reported by Gulf News. The decision has been expected for some time since the first GECF summit in Doha last November when Oman also joined the organisation. The GECF now has 13 of the world's leading natural gas producers in its ranks in Algeria, Bolivia, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Iran, Libya, Nigeria, Qatar, Russia, Trinidad and Tobago, Oman, the UAE and Venezuela in ...  >>MORE

UAE joins 11-member Gas Exporting Countries Forum

Posted on 16/05/2012

The Cabinet gave approval yesterday for the UAE's decision to join the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF). The Gas Exporting Countries Forum is an intergovernmental organisation of 11 of the world's leading natural gas producers made up of Algeria, Bolivia, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Iran, Libya, Nigeria, Qatar, Russia, Trinidad and Tobago and Venezuela. The Cabinet's ratification, at its meeting chaired by His Highness Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice-President and Prime ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas reports strong profit growth for Q1 2012

Posted on 16/05/2012

Dana Gas reported a 125 per cent jump in its first quarter net profits reaching Dh206 million for the first quarter of 2012, up from Dh92 million recorded during the corresponding period last year. Gross revenue increased 14 per cent to Dh700 million, up from Dh616 million, while gross profit grew 34 per cent to Dh451 million, up from Dh337 million, the company said in a statement. Its production, however, declined 5.5 per cent to 63,000 barrel of energy per day (boepd), from 66,800 boepd. ...  >>MORE

NPCC eyes Dh5b in revenues

Posted on 13/05/2012

Abu Dhabi's National Petroleum Construction Company, or NPCC, is eyeing Dh5 billion in revenues in the year against the Dh4.2 billion racked up in 2011, as the capital is unloading a pipeline of hydrocarbon projects valued at more than US$8 billion, its chief executive officer Aqeel Abdullah Al Madhi said. "We're expecting billions of dollars in value projects in the next 12 months in Abu Dhabi,” Al Madhi told reporters on the sidelines of NPCC's annual HSE and Business Excellence ceremony, ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces crude prices for April 2012

Posted on 04/05/2012

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) yesterday announced its crude oil prices for April, 2012. A company statement said the Government Selling Prices (GSP) for crude oil FOB Abu Dhabi ports for the month of April 2012 are Murban US$121.20 per barrel, Lower Zakum US$ 120.80, Umm Shaif US$ 120.40, and Upper Zakum US$ 118.65 per barrel. – Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

UAE will continue investing in oil sector to ensure market remains well-supplied : Hameli

Posted on 03/05/2012

Paris - The UAE will pump heavy investment in oil and gas sector to ensure the world oil market receives the supplies it needs, Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hameli, UAE Minister of Energy, has affirmed. 'Over the past years, the UAE and other producers have invested billions of dollars in increasing long term sustainable capacity. We will continue to invest in order to ensure that the oil market remains well supplied, not just in the short term but over the coming years,' the UAE minister told the ...  >>MORE

Dubai petrol subsidies in the billions

Posted on 30/04/2012

Dubai has spent billions to ensure that its motorists can fill their tanks cheaply, official documents show. Federal legislation mandates that Emirates National Oil Company (Enoc), which is owned by the Dubai Government, and its subsidiary Emirates Petroleum Products Company (Eppco) sell petrol at subsidised prices. As a result, the companies are losing money on petroleum sales, forcing the Government of Dubai to make up the difference. "Both Enoc and Eppco have been incurring cash losses ...  >>MORE

Dubai crude oil price for July 2012 delivery is less US$0.10 pb than average daily settlement price

Posted on 29/04/2012

The Department of Oil Affairs in the government of Dubai yesterday announced that it had notified its customers that the official price of Dubai crude oil, which will be delivered next July, will be US$0.10 less per barrel than the average daily settlement price of the DME Oman Crude Oil Financial Contract in Dubai Mercantile Exchange contracts traded during the next month. An official at the Department of Oil Affairs in the government of Dubai told Emirates News Agency "WAM" that the ...  >>MORE

Adnoc prepares list of bidders for oil rights

Posted on 24/04/2012

Abu Dhabi National Oil Co is preparing a shortlist of companies that will be invited to bid for onshore oil concessions as shareholders such as ExxonMobil Corp may face competition from new entrants. ExxonMobil, Royal Dutch Shell, BP, Total and Partex Oil and Gas have been shareholders in onshore reserves under a concession agreement that dates back to 1939. The fields began commercial production in 1960. Adnoc, as the state-run explorer is known, joined as a partner in the 1970s, forming Abu ...  >>MORE

APICORP posts highest profit in 36-year history

Posted on 17/04/2012

Arab Petroleum Investments Corporation (APICORP) underscored its rising presence in a challenging regional banking environment by announcing its annual net profit of US$$105.4 million for year 2011 - the highest net profit in its 36 year history. The results surpassed APICORP's 2010 record profit of US$95 million by 11%. The multilateral development bank, founded in 1975 by the ten members of the Organisation of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries (OAPEC), also announced total assets of ...  >>MORE

Adgas reports surge in 2011 income

Posted on 16/04/2012

Higher prices and production boosted the net income of government-controlled Abu Dhabi Gas Liquefaction Company (Adgas) by nearly 34 per cent in 2011, the company said in its latest monthly bulletin. Net profits by one of the world's largest gas firms stood at around US$1.1 billion (Dh4billion) last year compared with US$850 million (Dh3.11 billion) in 2010, said the report, published in the Arabic language daily Alkhaleej. It said the net earnings soared on the back of a sharp rise in the ...  >>MORE

UAE oil income to peak at US$122 billion in 2012

Posted on 11/04/2012

The UAE's hydrocarbon export earnings are expected to climb to their highest ever level of more than US$122 billion in 2012 because of high production and prices, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The UAE pumped around 2.6 million barrels per day of crude in 2011 and output is projected to remain unchanged in 2012, it said. But crude prices could climb to a record high average of about US$119.7 a barrel this year to break a previous record of US$109.6 in 2011. Higher ...  >>MORE

Oil companies in Abu Dhabi reiterate commitment to Health, Safety and Environment

Posted on 10/04/2012

Borouge and Takreer, two firms in the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company ADNOC Group of Companies, launched yesterday their joint Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) campaign aiming to enhance environmental awareness among the local community. The campaign will introduce the public to the practices the oil, gas and petrochemicals industry has adopted to protect the environment and maintain the health and safety of its people and operations at all times. The launching ceremony took place at ...  >>MORE

Emirates NBD raises break-even price of oil

Posted on 10/04/2012

Higher spending has pushed the UAE's break-even price for oil - the price per barrel needed to balance government books - to US$107, the highest in the GCC, according to Emirates NBD. Only five years ago, the break-even price was assumed to be about US$30 a barrel, but spending has ballooned because of the financial crisis, rising social outlays and heavy investments in infrastructure. "The UAE's break-even oil price has risen sharply over the last five years, as expenditure has grown from ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces crude prices for March 2012

Posted on 05/04/2012

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) yesterday announced its crude oil prices for March, 2012. A company statement said the Government Selling Prices (GSP) for crude oil FOB Abu Dhabi ports for the month of March 2012 are Murban US$127.00 per barrel, Lower Zakum US$ 126.60, Umm Shaif US$ 126.20, and Upper Zakum US$ 124.45 per barrel. - Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

Mubadala Oil and Gas and IPIC establish Emirates LNG

Posted on 25/03/2012

Mubadala Oil '&' Gas (Mubadala), a business unit of Mubadala Development Company, and International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) announced the establishment of a joint project, Emirates LNG, with the aim of securing additional gas supplies to meet energy demand from the UAE's growing economy. As the Emirates LNG project develops, it is envisaged that a specific project company will be formed by Mubadala and IPIC, Mubadala said in a press release. The Emirates LNG project will develop ...  >>MORE

Dubai crude oil price for June 2012 delivery is less US$0.45 pb than average daily settlement price

Posted on 25/03/2012

The Department of Oil Affairs in the government of Dubai has announced that it had notified its customers that the official price of Dubai crude oil, which will be delivered next June, will be US$0.45 less per barrel than the average daily settlement price of the DME Oman Crude Oil Financial Contract in Dubai Mercantile Exchange contracts traded during the next month. The department sets the price of Dubai crude oil in the markets in parallel with Oman oil prices, which reinforces the ...  >>MORE

Mubadala plans Fujairah floating LNG terminal

Posted on 21/03/2012

Abu Dhabi plans to build an import terminal for liquefied natural gas at Fujairah, a project that would enable vessels to supply the fuel without passing through the Strait of Hormuz. Mubadala Development Co. is working on a project that would use floating LNG storage and a regasification unit, the company said in an emailed statement on Monday. The first supplies are expected in the next two to three years, it said. Iran threatened earlier this year to close the Strait in response to ...  >>MORE

ZADCO awards Upper Zakum offshore ECW project to Al Jaber Energy Services

Posted on 12/03/2012

Abu Dhabi's Zakum Development Company (ZADCO) has awarded a contract to Al Jaber Energy Services LLC, a member of Al Jaber Group, for early civil works at the offshore Upper Zakum oil field. Zadco is a joint venture of state-owned Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), US oil major ExxonMobil and Japan Oil Development Company. Al Jaber Energy Services is a leading Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) Contractor having Multi-discipline expertise in Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, ...  >>MORE

Pearls to petroleum transforms Abu Dhabi

Posted on 11/03/2012

Have you looked out to sea lately and seen the parade of tankers and cargo ships on the horizon? And the ports teeming with containers? And, of course, in the city, the gleaming office towers, the motorways, the traffic congestion, the hotels and the restaurants. It's hard to believe that a few score years ago, the emirates that now comprise the UAE were undeveloped with economies largely based on pearl production, fishing, agriculture and herding. In the late 1920s, when the world market ...  >>MORE

ADNOC and KNOC sign agreement for three undeveloped oil fields

Posted on 06/03/2012

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and Korea National Oil Corporation (KNOC) and GS Energy, have signed yesterday a joint venture agreement to develop three undeveloped oil fields in the Abu Dhabi Emirate. The agreement which was signed on the basis of sharing participation in ADNOC's concession provides for the joint operation and investment of the undeveloped oil fields. The agreement was signed by Abdulla Nasser Al Suwaidi, ADNOC Director General and for the Korean side by ...  >>MORE

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Abu Dhabi, Oman to set up 230,000bpd refinery


ADNOC signs agreement with Wintershall and OMV


Dh10b Habshan-Fujairah pipeline begins oil exports


Diesel in Dubai costs Dh1.05 more than in Abu Dhabi


90 per cent of Habshan 5 project completed in Abu Dhabi


Ipic profit slumps 96%


Adnoc cuts diesel price


Diesel prices cut 20 fils outside Abu Dhabi


UAE readies crude export detour to avoid Hormuz


ADNOC announces crude prices for May 2012


ADNOC’s takeover of 74 Emarat stations underway


Adnoc keeps Asia supply steady


Join forces to fuel world economy growth: UAE


Oil windfall fuels faster growth in UAE


Abu Dhabi weighs fresh oil concessions


ADNOC Distribution takeovers 74 EMARAT service stations


Horizon Terminals Ltd marks groundbreaking of US$142 million Bulk Liquid Petroleum Terminal in Jebel Ali Free Zone


Fujairah takes centre stage in energy supply


Dubai crude oil price for August 2012 delivery is less $ 0.10 pb than average daily settlement price


RAK Petroleum posts Dh81.3m Q1 profit


UAE will fire up gas export forum


UAE joins 11-member Gas Exporting Countries Forum


Dana Gas reports strong profit growth for Q1 2012


NPCC eyes Dh5b in revenues


ADNOC announces crude prices for April 2012


UAE will continue investing in oil sector to ensure market remains well-supplied : Hameli


Dubai petrol subsidies in the billions


Dubai crude oil price for July 2012 delivery is less US$0.10 pb than average daily settlement price


Adnoc prepares list of bidders for oil rights


APICORP posts highest profit in 36-year history


Adgas reports surge in 2011 income


UAE oil income to peak at US$122 billion in 2012


Oil companies in Abu Dhabi reiterate commitment to Health, Safety and Environment


Emirates NBD raises break-even price of oil


ADNOC announces crude prices for March 2012


Mubadala Oil and Gas and IPIC establish Emirates LNG


Dubai crude oil price for June 2012 delivery is less US$0.45 pb than average daily settlement price


Mubadala plans Fujairah floating LNG terminal


ZADCO awards Upper Zakum offshore ECW project to Al Jaber Energy Services


Pearls to petroleum transforms Abu Dhabi


ADNOC and KNOC sign agreement for three undeveloped oil fields