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THE ECONOMY - OIL AND GAS

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

Emirates defends extra fuel surcharge

Posted on 05/03/2012

Seattle - Emirates airline's top executive has defended the imposition of an extra surcharge on passengers in the face of rising oil prices. Sheikh Ahmad Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of Dubai Civil Aviation and Chairman and Chief Executive of Emirates airline and Group, said that the fuel surcharge — which could run as high as Dh600 on the price of business class tickets — was a necessity at a time when oil prices were hovering over US$120 (Dh440) per barrel. "We tried not to do it ...  >>MORE

Zadco close to awarding Upper Zakum contract

Posted on 29/02/2012

Abu Dhabi's push to increase its oil production capacity is gathering momentum with the impending award of a major work contract for one of the world's largest oilfields. After a lengthy tendering process, the Zakum Development Company (Zadco) is close to awarding the first of two large engineering, procurement and construction contracts to boost capacity at the Upper Zakum field from 500,000 barrels per day (bpd) to 750,000 bpd by 2016. Three contractors - J Ray McDermott, Saipem and ...  >>MORE

Rising price of oil to hit tickets at Emirates Airline

Posted on 29/02/2012

Emirates Airline will tomorrow add a fuel surcharge as high as Dh610 (US$166) per ticket to compensate for the rapidly rising price of oil. The surcharge will add Dh60 to economy tickets on routes from the UAE to destinations in the Middle East and Indian subcontinent. The surcharge for first-class and business-class tickets on the same routes will be Dh390. On routes from the UAE to Africa, Europe, the Far East and Australasia, economy tickets rise by Dh120, and first class and business ...  >>MORE

UAE is largest Arab jet fuel consumer

Posted on 26/02/2012

The UAE has emerged as the largest consumer of jet fuel in the Arab World, by far surpassing Saudi Arabia, the top energy consumer in the region. Official data showed the UAE accounted for more than a third of the Arab world's total jet fuel demand although it has one of the smallest populations in the region. Jet fuel consumption in the UAE, the second largest Arab economy after Saudi Arabia, peaked at round 85,000 barrels per day in 2010, nearly 44 per cent over demand in 2006, showed the ...  >>MORE

UAE petrol prices are third highest in Arab world

Posted on 26/02/2012

The UAE has the fourth largest hydrocarbon deposits and the fourth highest refining production in the Arab region. Theoretically such a massive wealth means gasoline prices should be among the lowest in the Arab world but practically they are the third highest. The UAE comes only after Syria and Tunisia in terms of high petrol prices and is way behind other Gulf oil heavyweights, where petrol prices are among the cheapest in the world. Petrol prices in Egypt are even far below those in the ...  >>MORE

UAE's January average oil output at 2.58m bpd

Posted on 23/02/2012

The UAE's average oil output in January was at 2.58 million barrels per day (bpd), unchanged from December, latest data from the Paris-based International Energy Agency (IEA) showed. The IEA said the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries' (OPEC) crude oil supply in January largely reflected the steady ramp-up in Libyan output, as well as "sustained output from Saudi Arabia and the UAE". The IEA figures showed the UAE had a sustainable production capacity of 2.74 million bpd. ...  >>MORE

Dragon Oil looks to buy in Africa

Posted on 20/02/2012

Dragon Oil, the explorer majority-owned by Emirates National Oil Company (Enoc), is considering the purchase of a West African producer as it seeks to diversify beyond the Caspian. The company, which pumps nearly all of its oil in Turkmenistan, announced on Friday that it was weighing an acquisition of BowLeven, which operates in the West African countries Gabon and Cameroon. "Dragon Oil notes the recent movement in BowLeven's share price and confirms that it is in the preliminary stages of ...  >>MORE

UAE Energy Minister urges cooperation with Thailand in the energy sector

Posted on 14/02/2012

Bangkok - Minister of Energy Mohammed al-Hamli has stressed the importance of developing relations between the UAE and Thailand for achieving economic partnership between the two countries and for mobilising joint investments in the energy field. In a meeting with the Thai Energy Minister Arak Chonlatanon in Bangkok, Al Hamili also said that UAE shares excellent relations with the Thai national oil company. Al Hamili met with the Thai minister on the fringes of the International Petroleum ...  >>MORE

UAE to pump US$98bn in oil sector

Posted on 23/01/2012

The UAE is planning to pump nearly US$98 billion into hydrocarbon projects involving expansion of its crude output capacity and development of the gas industry, according to a regional bank report. The investments account for nearly 28 per cent of the total capital of around US$353 billion approved by the six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) for projects in the oil and gas sector, Kuwait-based Global Investment House (GIH) said in its latest investment report on the region. It said the ...  >>MORE

No oil spill from sunken tanker

Posted on 18/01/2012

An underwater inspection on Tuesday of a sunken oil tanker that foundered 500 metres off Al Hamriya Port on Sunday reveals no damage to the environment. A 45-minute exploratory dive to the site lying 12 metres beneath the surface near a breakwater in the Gulf showed no signs of oil contamination. No oil could be seen on the surface over the site in a visit by Gulf News throughout the day yesterday. The sunken vessel has been identified as Lady Moon, a 30-metre-long vessel registered ...  >>MORE

UAE in talks with Oman on refinery joint venture

Posted on 11/01/2012

The UAE is in talks with Oman about jointly building a refinery with its non-Opec oil producing neighbour, the UAE's economy ministry said yesterday. Sultan Bin Saeed Al Mansouri, the UAE's minister of economy, met with Omani officials in the Omani capital Muscat this week to discuss building a refinery at Duqm on the east coast of Oman, the ministry said on its website. "We discussed the refinery project in the area of Duqm, a joint project between the two countries," Al Mansouri said ...  >>MORE

UAE seeks technology partnerships for post easy-oil era, Energy Minister says

Posted on 10/01/2012

The United Arab Emirates, the fourth largest oil producer in the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries, is seeking partnership with international energy companies to access the technology required to expand production capacity in the era of post-easy oil, the country's energy minister said yesterday. For much of the 20th century, the Gulf has been blessed with a steady flow of low-cost oil and gas production, thanks to its abundance of conventional reservoirs - in parts of Iraq crude ...  >>MORE

Habshan-Fujairah pipeline operational within 6 months, says UAE energy Minister

Posted on 10/01/2012

Energy Minister of the UAE Mohammed Bin Dhaen Al-Hameli said Monday the pipeline which will transport oil between Habshan oil field in Abu Dhabi and Fujairah bypassing the Strait of Hormuz will be operational within six months. "The pipeline is almost complete but hopefully it will be operational within six months, by May or June," Al Hameli told reporters on the sidelines of the 3rd Gulf Intelligence UAE Energy Forum in Abu Dhabi. The 360 kilometre pipeline has the capacity to transport ...  >>MORE

Speculations, geopolitical uncertainty behind high oil prices: UAE

Posted on 09/01/2012

Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hamili, Minister of Energy, said yesterday speculations and current geopolitical developments in some parts of the world were the culprit behind high prices at world oil markets. Al Hamili asserted that the oil markets were well supplied and that OPEC producers were investing heavily in boosting their output capacity. The UAE minister said during talks yesterday with visiting Dutch Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs, Agriculture and Innovation Mr. Maxime ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi's NPCC wins Indian contract

Posted on 08/01/2012

Abu Dhabi's National Petroleum Construction Company (NPCC) has won an AED 550M contract from India's Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) for the engineering, procurement and construction of Platforms 14 '&' 16 in the Mumbai High Field. NPCC had entered two rounds of tough competition with several international companies and local providers before winning the contract . The project includes the engineering, procurement of materials, manufacturing, transportation, installation and trial run for ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces crude prices for December, 2011

Posted on 05/01/2012

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) yesterday announced its crude oil prices for December, 2011. A company statement said the Government Selling Prices (GSP) for crude oil FOB Abu Dhabi ports for the month of December 2011 are as follows: Murban at US$111.80 per barrel, Lower Zakum at US$111.45, Umm Shaif at US$111.05, and Upper Zakum at US$108.85 per barrel. - Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

GCC oil ministers pass unified oil strategy and media plan

Posted on 26/12/2011

GCC oil and gas ministers recommended yesterday approval of unified mining law as a guide for three years. The recommendation, issued by the ministers at the end of 30th meeting of the GCC petroleum cooperation committee here yesterday, gave the competent authority in each member state the right to prepare its executive regulation. The meeting also passed an oil media strategy which will be independent from the GCC oil strategy and be reviewed every three years. The ministers approved a ...  >>MORE

OPEC daily basket price stood at US$105.05 a barrel

Posted on 21/12/2011

Vienna - The price of OPEC basket of twelve crudes stood at 105.05 dollars a barrel on Tuesday, compared with US$102.91 the previous day, according to OPEC Secretariat calculations. The new OPEC Reference Basket of Crudes (ORB) is made up of the following: Saharan Blend (Algeria), Girassol (Angola), Oriente (Ecuador), Iran Heavy (Islamic Republic of Iran), Basra Light (Iraq), Kuwait Export (Kuwait), Es Sider (Libya), Bonny Light (Nigeria), Qatar Marine (Qatar), Arab Light (Saudi Arabia), ...  >>MORE

GASCO signs Dh695m LTSK contract with India's L'&'T

Posted on 21/12/2011

Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd. (GASCO) on Tuesday signed a lump sum turnkey (LSTK) agreement with Larsen '&' Toubro Limited (L'&'T) for the engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning of the new Habshan - Ruwais - Shuweihat gas pipeline.engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning (EPC) The Dh695 million (US$189 million) agreement was signed by CEO of GASCO Mohammed Abdulla Bin Sahoo Al-Suwaidi and Member of the Board '&' President (Operations) of Larsen '&' Toubro ...  >>MORE

NDC awards US$300m island drilling rigs contract to Honghua Group

Posted on 21/12/2011

Abu Dhabi's National Drilling Company (NDC) recently awarded a contract worth US$300 million to Honghua Group to provide special drilling rigs suitable for working on islands. The contract was signed in Abu Dhabi by Abdullah Saeed Al-Suwaidi, Chief Executive Officer of NDC and Zhang Mi, Chairman of Honghua Group, a global drilling rig manufacturer. Al-Suwaidi, in remarks at the signing ceremony, said the awarding of the contract is in line with the company's strategic expansion plans to meet ...  >>MORE

Taqa to sell some assets in Canada

Posted on 19/12/2011

Abu Dhabi National Energy Co (Taqa) has reached an agreement to sell some of its oil and gas assets in Canada for an undisclosed amount, the company said on Sunday. Taqa North, a unit of the company, expects to close the sale in March 2012, Taqa said in a statement to the Dubai bourse. The assets in south-eastern Saskatchewan have current production of about 4,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day. Taqa, which is 75-per cent owned by the government of Abu Dhabi, has invested in a handful of ...  >>MORE

Enoc plans oil drilling debut

Posted on 13/12/2011

Emirates National Oil Company (Enoc), a government-owned conglomerate with operations in refining and petrol sales, "has begun the process of securing the concession for all areas of Dubai outside the current producing fields" and hopes to recruit international partners soon, according to the latest issue of Insight, Enoc's in-house magazine. It was Enoc's first public acknowledgement that it has been in negotiations to take control of the oil blocks around Dubai's small producing fields, ...  >>MORE

Minister of Energy confirms UAE's commitment to strengthen its role as major oil and gas producer

Posted on 06/12/2011

Doha - Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hamili, Minister of Energy, has stressed UAE's commitment to maintain and strengthen its role as a major oil and gas producer, highlighting that oil will continue playing a prominent role in the global energy for many decades to come. Addressing a meeting held yesterday in Doha in the framework of the World Petroleum Congress, "Our commitment to widening diversification of our domestic energy and promotion of the renewable energy, does not mean we neglect the oil ...  >>MORE

UAE leadership employs oil wealth in nation-building, says Shell Official

Posted on 05/12/2011

Dr. John Barry, Shell's Vice President of Technical '&' Production MENA, Abu Dhabi Country Chair, has said that the next phase will see more joint ventures with ADNOC in the field of oil exploration and production. He told Emirates News Agency (WAM) in an interview that Shell has been committed to working in Abu Dhabi for about 70 years and contributed to the development of oil and gas industry, being a long time key partner in the oil industry in the UAE. Barry hailed the role of the wise ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi’s oil income up Dh90bn in 2010

Posted on 29/11/2011

Strong oil prices allied with higher crude output to boost Abu Dhabi's hydrocarbon export income by nearly Dh90 billion in 2010 but the earnings remained far below the record revenue achieved in 2008. Revised figures by the Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development (DED) showed the emirate earned nearly Dh278 billion last year compared with around Dh188.8 billion in 2009 and an all time high of Dh337.9 billion in 2008. The increase boosted Abu Dhabi's total exports to Dh300.7 billion ...  >>MORE

Enoc says breakeven at $55 per barrel

Posted on 24/11/2011

Dubai-based refiner and retailer Emirates National Oil Company (Enoc), which announced last month that it would post Dh2.7 billion losses this year due to selling subsidised fuel, has forecast similar losses for the next year if the oil hovers around $100 per barrel or above, said a senior official. Speaking to Emirates 24l7 in Dubai on Wednesday, Burhan Al Hashemi, Managing Director for Retail, said the "comfortable level” for the retailer is $55 per barrel which is also the "breakeven” ...  >>MORE

IPIC prepays $3.75b in loan facilities

Posted on 24/11/2011

International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) has prepaid two facilities taken in 2010 amounting to $3.75 billion, well in advance of their respective 2013 maturities. IPIC recently issued $3.75 billion in notes which it stated it would use to refinance debt. The company has previously utilised the capital markets as one of the many means to enhance its maturity profile and its recent exercise included three unique tranches (5.5-year 3.75 per cent $1.5 billion due in 2017, a 10.5-year ...  >>MORE

UAE in line for bigger oil presence in Kurdistan

Posted on 17/11/2011

Erbil - The UAE could increase its presence in Iraqi Kurdistan's energy assets as the prospect of a merger between two of the first companies to pump oil in the northern region of Iraq improve. A top executive from Norway's DNO said yesterday that Turkey's Genel Enerji would make an attractive partner, a day after the head of the Turkish company said he was eager to begin discussions on an acquisition. Crude oil from its core fields, Tawke and Taq Taq, is so far the only oil to be exported ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas Q3 net profit soars on higher output

Posted on 16/11/2011

Abu Dhabi-listed Dana Gas net profit multiplied four times to Dh143 million in the third quarter of the year, as production improved 20 per cent while oil prices remained bullish. The Middle East's largest private energy company said its revenue from the sale of hydrocarbons increased 58 per cent year on year to Dh645 million, while gross profit grew 76 per cent to Dh315 million. "This is due to an aggregate 20 per cent growth in production across the Group coupled with increased oil ...  >>MORE

UAE increases oil production to cover Libyan shutdown

Posted on 10/11/2011

The UAE's oil output rose 0.8 per cent to 2.55 million barrels per day (bpd) in September compared to August, latest data from the Paris-based International Energy Agency (IEA) shows. "Both Kuwait and the UAE raised output in September to the highest levels in around three years to help compensate for Libya's shutdown. However, Saudi Arabia, which increased output by around one million bpd in recent months, appears now to be scaling back supplies," said the IEA, which advises 28 ...  >>MORE

OPEC's production capacity estimated to approach 8 mb/d over medium-term, says Al-Badri

Posted on 09/11/2011

Vienna - "OPEC's efforts will help satisfy demand for OPEC crude and provide a comfortable cushion of spare capacity, estimated to approach a level of 8 mb/d over the medium-term, Abdullah Al-Badri wrote in an introduction to OPEC's 287-page annual report published on Tuesday. The oil market has quickly adjusted to and been able to rapidly mitigate the market disturbances resulting from this year's challenges such as the triple disaster that struck Japan in March, in the form of an ...  >>MORE

UAE to pump 3.6mbpd of oil in 2015

Posted on 03/11/2011

The UAE is expected to boost its production of crude oil, condensates and other conventional energy sources to a record high of around 3.5 million barrels per day (bpd) in 2015 to maintain its position as one of the world's largest hydrocarbon suppliers, according to official US data. The UAE pumped nearly 2.8 million bpd of crude and other energy sources in 2010 and the increase in its production in the following years will be needed to face an increase in global demand and possible decline ...  >>MORE

UAE is an active player in world energy industry, says UAE Governor for OPEC

Posted on 02/11/2011

Ali Obaid Al Yabhouni, UAE Governor for OPEC and General Manager - ADNATCO-NGSCO said that UAE has become an active player in the world energy industry and has responded to Changes in the Strategic Landscape of the global economy which is characterised by continuous change. In his keynote address at the ECSSR's Seventeenth Annual Energy Conference, titled "Global Energy Markets: Changes in the Strategic Landscape" began yesterday in Abu Dhabi. Al Yabhouni said that the UAE's recent strategic ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces 5% crude supply cut in December

Posted on 30/10/2011

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) on Thursday announced 5% cuts in its crude allocations to clients for next December. Crude allocations from the 4 major oilfields Lower Zakum, Umm Shaif, Upper Zakum and Murban will be supplied at a 5 percent cut in December 2011, according to ADNOC's announcement yesterday. ADNOC also reiterated "assurances of treating all our clients fairly." - Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

Salvage team striving to stop diesel leakage of sunken cargo ship off UAQ

Posted on 30/10/2011

A joint federal and local technical team overseeing the salvage of a diesel-laden cargo vessel which sank off the Umm Al Qaiwain coast on Saturday has completed spot survey and evaluation of the wellbeing of the ship as part of the first phase of a rescue action plan, a senior UAE official said yesterday. The team is working around the clock to safely salvage the sunken ship loaded with 450 tonnes of diesel. Dr. Maryam Al Shenasi, Undersecretary of Ministry of Environment and Water, said the ...  >>MORE

Gulf can fill any shortage of oil in global markets: UAE Finance Minister

Posted on 23/10/2011

Gulf countries are able to fill any shortage of oil on international markets to keep prices stable, said Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, finance minister of the UAE and Deputy Ruler of Dubai, on Saturday. "The GCC countries are playing a major role in stabilising the global financial crisis through long-term investments, through sovereign wealth funds possessed by the GCC countries, in addition to the major role played by the GCC countries in the oil and gas markets and their ...  >>MORE

ADNOC to start selling low priced gas cylinders in Sharjah in November

Posted on 23/10/2011

In line with the directives of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan and the close follow up of General/ His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company For Distribution (ADNOC - FOD) will start, as of November 15, the second phase of selling domestic gas cylinders in Sharjah in reduced prices, in coordination with the relevant authorities in the emirate. ...  >>MORE

IPIC posts profit of US$1.16 billion in HI

Posted on 20/10/2011

International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) has recorded a profit of US$1.16 billion in the first half of 2011. The result represents an 181 per cent increase in profit from over the same period in 2010 (US$414 million as at 30 June 2010), and is attributable to strong operational profits from IPIC's portfolio investments. In addition, the value of the IPIC group's consolidated assets increased from US$47.9 billion (as at Dec.31, 2010) to US$61.8 billion (as at June 30, 2011). Over the ...  >>MORE

Adma-Opco expansion drive to boost crude production by 14.2%

Posted on 20/10/2011

Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (Adma-Opco), a unit of Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) plans to increase its crude production capacity by 14.2 per cent to 700,000 barrels per day by the end of 2014, a top-ranking company official said yesterday. "The expansion at the Lower Zakum field will take its capacity to 425,000 barrels per day from the current 325,000 barrels per day," Adma-Opco's chief executive Ali Rashid Al Jarwan told reporters in the capital on the sidelines of the first ...  >>MORE

Emarat slashes diesel price by 25 fils

Posted on 11/10/2011

Emarat, a UAE fuel retailer, has slashed diesel prices by 25 fils or 6.66 per cent to Dh3.5 per litre, told 'Emirates24l7' has learnt. In tandem with the global decline in oil prices, Emarat reduced diesel nearly a week ago, said a sale supervisor at an Emarat petrol station in Dubai on Sunday night. However, the price of petrol remains the same. Petrol is being sold in the UAE at Dh1.72 per litre for the "Special” brand. "We have been instructed to sell diesel at Dh3.5 per litre compared ...  >>MORE

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ADNOC and KNOC sign agreement for three undeveloped oil fields


Emirates defends extra fuel surcharge


Zadco close to awarding Upper Zakum contract


Rising price of oil to hit tickets at Emirates Airline


UAE is largest Arab jet fuel consumer


UAE petrol prices are third highest in Arab world


UAE's January average oil output at 2.58m bpd


Dragon Oil looks to buy in Africa


UAE Energy Minister urges cooperation with Thailand in the energy sector


UAE to pump US$98bn in oil sector


No oil spill from sunken tanker


UAE in talks with Oman on refinery joint venture


UAE seeks technology partnerships for post easy-oil era, Energy Minister says


Habshan-Fujairah pipeline operational within 6 months, says UAE energy Minister


Speculations, geopolitical uncertainty behind high oil prices: UAE


Abu Dhabi's NPCC wins Indian contract


ADNOC announces crude prices for December, 2011


GCC oil ministers pass unified oil strategy and media plan


OPEC daily basket price stood at US$105.05 a barrel


GASCO signs Dh695m LTSK contract with India's L'&'T


NDC awards US$300m island drilling rigs contract to Honghua Group


Taqa to sell some assets in Canada


Enoc plans oil drilling debut


Minister of Energy confirms UAE's commitment to strengthen its role as major oil and gas producer


UAE leadership employs oil wealth in nation-building, says Shell Official


Abu Dhabi’s oil income up Dh90bn in 2010


Enoc says breakeven at $55 per barrel


IPIC prepays $3.75b in loan facilities


UAE in line for bigger oil presence in Kurdistan


Dana Gas Q3 net profit soars on higher output


UAE increases oil production to cover Libyan shutdown


OPEC's production capacity estimated to approach 8 mb/d over medium-term, says Al-Badri


UAE to pump 3.6mbpd of oil in 2015


UAE is an active player in world energy industry, says UAE Governor for OPEC


ADNOC announces 5% crude supply cut in December


Salvage team striving to stop diesel leakage of sunken cargo ship off UAQ


Gulf can fill any shortage of oil in global markets: UAE Finance Minister


ADNOC to start selling low priced gas cylinders in Sharjah in November


IPIC posts profit of US$1.16 billion in HI


Adma-Opco expansion drive to boost crude production by 14.2%


Emarat slashes diesel price by 25 fils