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THE ECONOMY - OIL AND GAS

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

ADNOC announces crude prices for September

Posted on 05/10/2011

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) yesterday announced its crude oil prices for September. A company statement said the Government Selling Prices (GSP) for crude oil FOB Abu Dhabi ports for the month of September are as follows: Murban at US$110.90 per barrel, Lower Zakum at US$110.60, Umm Shaif at US$110.15, and Upper Zakum at US$107.25 per barrel. - Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

UAE continues to invest heavily across the hydrocarbon value chain, says UAE OPEC governor

Posted on 04/10/2011

These are not risks that have any major policy implication for countries such as the UAE, which are in for the long haul and able to withstand the ups and downs of the global oil market, according to United Arab Emirates OPEC governor and General Manager of Abu Dhabi's ADNATCO '&' NGSCO Ali Obaid Al-Yabhouni. "We continue to invest heavily across the hydrocarbon value chain. Our aim is not to produce a few extra barrels over the coming months but to endow ourselves with the capability to ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi raises stake in OMV

Posted on 04/10/2011

Vienna - Abu Dhabi's investment fund has raised its minority stake in OMV, two weeks after the Austrian oil and gas group said it would offload unprofitable refining and marketing assets. International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) raised its stake to 24.9 per cent from 20.4 per cent, OMV said in a statement yesterday. Austrian state holding company OeIAG owns around 28 per cent, according to Reuters data. OMV said last month at its capital markets day in Istanbul that it would divest ...  >>MORE

Dubai oilfield to start production this year

Posted on 04/10/2011

Al Jalila oilfield in Dubai is on track to begin operations before the end of this year, a conference was told yesterday. Sheikh Ahmad Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Supreme Council of Energy, confirmed a government statement issued earlier this year which predicted full-scale commercial production at the field within a year. The statement added that Al Jalila should "notably increase the production of crude in Dubai, whose current oil reserves are about 4 billion barrels." ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi oil income up by Dh82bn in 2010

Posted on 03/10/2011

Strong oil prices allied with higher crude output to boost Abu Dhabi's hydrocarbon income by nearly Dh82 billion in 2010 but the earnings remained far below the record income achieved in 2008, according to government data. From around Dh196.6 billion in 2009, the value of the emirate's exports of oil, gas and petroleum products soared to nearly Dh278.6bn in 2010, showed the figures published in Abu Dhabi's yearbook released this week. The 2010 income was one of the highest revenue levels in ...  >>MORE

UAE to pump US$76bn into energy sector

Posted on 02/10/2011

Country ranked second after Saudi in energy investment in Mena The UAE could pump a whopping US$76 billion into projects to develop its hydrocarbon sector over the next five years to become the second largest Arab energy investor after Saudi Arabia by overtaking Iran. Official estimates showed energy capital investments in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) could total around US$525 billion during 2012-2016 but such projects face funding problems, rising costs and other challenges. ...  >>MORE

ADNOC cuts crude allocations for November

Posted on 27/09/2011

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) yesterday announced a 5 per cent to 7 per cent cuts in its crude allocations to clients for November 2011. According to the statement issued by ADNOC, the allocation of Murban will be reduced by 7 per cent while Lower Zakum, Umm Shaif and Upper Zakum will be cut by 5 per cent. - Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

ENOC wins top laurel for ‘Best CSR Practice' at Asian Leadership Awards

Posted on 27/09/2011

Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) has won Asia's top laurel for Best Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Practice at the Asian Leadership Awards (ALA), which honours super achievers in the continent. Khalid Hadi, Director of Brand and Corporate Communications of ENOC received the Award from the organisers at an awards ceremony held in Dubai. Commenting on the prestigious award Hadi said: "The Asian Leadership Award for Best Corporate Social Responsibility is a strong testament to our ...  >>MORE

TAQA and Energy Delta Institute Partner to Develop Dutch Gas Hub

Posted on 25/09/2011

TAQA (Abu Dhabi National Energy Company PJSC), a global energy company majority owned by the Abu Dhabi Government, is the latest partner to join the internationally renowned Energy Delta Institute (EDI) as a strategic partner. The partnership contract was signed by TAQA's Managing Director for the Netherlands, Mr Jan Willem van Hoogstraten and President of EDI, Mr Eric Dam. The objective of the strategic partnership is to develop the Netherlands' position in becoming the gas hub of Northwest ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi oil investment at all time high in 2010

Posted on 22/09/2011

Abu Dhabi's investments in its massive hydrocarbons sector surged to a record high of more than Dh43 billion in 2010 as the emirate is pushing ahead with mega projects to expand output capacity, official data showed. The investments last year were nearly 29 per cent above the capital pumped in 2009 and more than double the oil investments in 2008 when crude prices climbed to their highest average of nearly US$95 a barrel. The figures, published in Abu Dhabi's yearbook released this week, ...  >>MORE

ENOC retail seeks Mideast expansion

Posted on 20/09/2011

ENOC Retail Systems Holding, the retail division of Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC), plans to expand its presence in the Middle East by franchising its key retail brands. ENOC Retail, which operates a network of 170 ENOC and EPPCO service stations in Dubai, Ras Al Khaimah, Ajman and Umm Al Qaiwain, on Monday unveiled plans to franchise ENOC signature ZOOM convenience-stores, Pronto fresh food and gourmet coffee concept, Saquella Esspresso Club and Esspresse — its latest fresh and ...  >>MORE

Chinese firms aim to cash in on Adnoc's expansion drive

Posted on 19/09/2011

The Arab Oil and Gas Show saw a proliferation of Chinese exhibitors looking to capitalise on a spill-over of contracts for the planned US$5 billion (Dh18.3 billion) investment by Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) to raise output capacity by 2016. "It is clear that there are massive development plans in the Gulf, particularly in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Iraq," said Hadi Shuka, business development manager at Dolphin Heat Transfer, one of the exhibitors at the show which opened ...  >>MORE

OPEC Head: UAE makes vital contribution to world energy security

Posted on 15/09/2011

The UAE, which holds about 10 per cent of the world's known oil reserves, is a vital contributor to world energy security, said the head of Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). The UAE has been 'an OPEC member country since the 1960s and is one of the pre-eminent players in the global energy arena,' remarked Abdalla Salem El-Badri, the Vienna-based secretary general of OPEC ahead of his first appearance at an industry forum in the country. OPEC secretary general, who was ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi oil rises on Saudi price speculation

Posted on 04/09/2011

Singapore: Oil from Abu Dhabi for sale to Asia rose against its benchmark amid speculation Saudi Arabia may raise export prices, making alternative crude more attractive. Murban, produced by Abu Dhabi National Oil Co, for November loading gained 14 cents to a premium of six cents a barrel to its official selling price, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Prices were five cents lower last week. Lower Zakum climbed 19 cents to a premium of one cent a barrel, Bloomberg data showed. Saudi ...  >>MORE

LPG to be sold at lower prices in four emirates

Posted on 30/08/2011

Acting upon the directives of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and with close follow-up from Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces His Highness General Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company for Distribution (ADNOC-FOD) announced yesterday that it will sell cooking gas in the emirates of Ajman, Ras Al Khaimah, Umm Al Qaiwain and Fujairah at the same prices the LPG is sold in the emirate of Abu ...  >>MORE

Dubai to invite bids for integrated gas strategy

Posted on 17/08/2011

Dubai will launch a gas strategy next year aimed at reducing rising energy demand in the emirate and will tender to appoint a specialist consultant for the plan by year-end, its top energy council said on Tuesday. The emirate's Integrated Gas Strategy 2030 will start in the second quarter of 2012, and "deals with pipelines of liquefied and natural gas combined with underground storage", Saeed Mohammad Al Tayer, Vice-Chairman of Dubai's Supreme Council of Energy (SCE) said in a statement. ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas profit rises 276% to Dh124m

Posted on 11/08/2011

Dana Gas PJSC, the Middle East's private sector natural gas company, has announced its financial results for the quarter ending in June, with a net profit after tax of Dh124 million, a 276 per cent increase compared to the second quarter of 2010. Revenue from the sale of hydrocarbons increased to Dh627 million during the second quarter, with gross profit reaching Dh341 million. These figures represent increases of 46 per cent and 90 per cent respectively, compared to the same period last ...  >>MORE

GASCO awards Dh695 million EPC contract for Habshan-Ruwais-Shuweihat (HRS) Gas Pipeline Project

Posted on 09/08/2011

Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd. (GASCO) has awarded a Lump Sum Turn Key (LSTK) contract for Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Commissioning (EPC) works for a new Habshan - Ruwais - Shuweihat gas pipeline to Larsen '&' Toubro Limited (L'&'T). The Project is intended to supply natural Gas to TAKREER's new Refinery Expansion and to ADWEA in Shuwiehat. The size of pipeline between Habshan and Ruwais will be 52' and between Ruwais and Shuweihat it will be 48' and overall length of 122 Km. ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces crude prices for July

Posted on 03/08/2011

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) announced its crude oil prices for last July. Murban crude was pegged at US$113.95 per a barrel, Lower Zakum at US$113.65, Umm Shaif at US$113.20, while Higher Zakum stood at US$109.95 per barrel. - Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

Adnoc crude averages US$106.62 in first half

Posted on 02/08/2011

The official selling price of crude oil grades produced by the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) averaged US$106.62 per barrel during the first six months of 2011, up 37.95 per cent over the corresponding period a year earlier, as an accelerated global economic recovery boosted oil prices on increased demand, latest data from Adnoc, extrapolated by Gulf News showed. In January to June 2010, the average official selling price of Abu Dhabi's crude oil grades was US$77.95 per barrel. In ...  >>MORE

UAE pumped over 28bn barrels of oil

Posted on 02/08/2011

The UAE has pumped more than 28 billion barrels of crude oil out of its desert land since it discovered crude. The production is nearly 6.2 per cent of the cumulative oil output of about 447 billion pumped by the 12-nation Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) since it was created in 1960, OPEC's figures have shown. Despite such a massive production, the recoverable oil reserves of the UAE and most other OPEC nations either remained unchanged over the past decade or recorded ...  >>MORE

UAE oil income up 30% in 2010

Posted on 26/07/2011

Higher oil prices allied with an increase in supplies to boost the UAE's crude export earnings by nearly 30 per cent to around US$74 billion in 2010 while those of OPEC leaped by about US$160 billion, according to official data. From around US$57.5 billion in 2009, the UAE's oil export revenue surged to nearly US$74.02 billion in 2010, their second highest level after the peak earnings of US$102 billion in 2008, the 12-nation Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries said in its 2010-2011 ...  >>MORE

Dubai Crude to sell at lower price in October

Posted on 24/07/2011

The Dubai Department of Oil Affairs announced today that it has set the official selling price of the Dubai crude for the next October at 25 cents less than the Oman futures contract for that month. The October Oman OSP is the average of settlement prices traded on the Dubai Mercantile Exchange (DME) next month. The DME, the first stock exchange for trading commodity futures and energy in the Middle East, provides a business environment characterised by transparency and financial security and ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas considers London listing, refinancing US$1b bond

Posted on 10/07/2011

Dana Gas PJSC may list shares on the London Stock Exchange and refinance a US$1 billion Islamic bond as the Middle East energy producer seeks to boost returns on its oil and gas exploration business. The company's board "made directives in relation” to the refinancing plan and to a potential listing of assets on the LSE, Dana Gas said in a statement to the Abu Dhabi bourse on Thursday. It didn't provide further details and company representatives weren't immediately available for comments. ...  >>MORE

Emarat Dh300m completes Fujairah Terminal for Petroleum products

Posted on 07/07/2011

Emirates General Petroleum Corporation (Emarat) has completed Fujairah terminal for storing and distributing Gas Oil, gasoline and jet fuel that is increasing the total Terminal Capacity to 260.000 cubic meters, to meet the needs of investors and international partners who looking to rent the units. The expansion includes 10 new storage tanks with a total capacity of 210 thousand cubic meters at a total cost of about 300 million dirhams., which will be added to the current capacity of 50 ...  >>MORE

Ipic gets EU nod to purchase Cepsa

Posted on 07/07/2011

Brussels - The International Petroleum Investment Company (Ipic) won EU approval on Tuesday to acquire the portion of Spanish oil company Cepsa it did not already own for €3.7 billion (Dh19.66 billion) from French oil company Total. Ipic, which held a 47 per cent stake in Cepsa prior to the deal, is making the acquisition to extend its refining capacity. Cepsa has oil and gas production interests in Algeria, Colombia, Egypt and Peru. The European Commission, the EU competition watchdog, ...  >>MORE

ENOC dismisses reports on retail outlets takeover

Posted on 06/07/2011

Dubai's state-owned fuel retailer Emirates National Oil Co., or Enoc, said Tuesday it had not received any offers from companies interested in taking over some of its retail outlets shut amid an ongoing fuel shortage. "There has been no expression of interest by any organisation on taking over the operations of the company's retail outlets," Enoc said in an emailed statement "ENOC categorically denies the report that appeared yesterday in Gulf News about the future course of running the ENOC ...  >>MORE

Adnoc set to take over Eppco, Enoc petrol stations

Posted on 05/07/2011

National oil company Adnoc is poised to take over the running of Eppco and Enoc petrol stations in the northern emirates, Gulf News has learnt. Sources in the oil sector said that the UAE Government is moving to cancel licences owned by Eppco and Enoc in the northern emirates and allow the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) to take over the running of the service stations. They added that Adnoc has shown a high degree of interest in the matter and it will manage and run all the stations ...  >>MORE

DNO, RAK Petro to merge assets

Posted on 05/07/2011

Norwegian oil firm DNO and Emirates-based RAK Petroleum signed an agreement to merge RAK's Middle East and North African subsidiaries into a subsidiary of DNO, the Norwegian company said on Monday. DNO shares were trading up 9.5 per cent at 6.57 Norwegian crowns by 0716 GMT. The two companies signed a non-binding heads of agreement for DNO shares to be issued to RAK Petroleum in a price range of between 8.25 and 10 Norwegian crowns against RAK regional assets valued at between US$250 ...  >>MORE

Big Mac cooking oil will be converted into biofuel

Posted on 04/07/2011

The Dubai government has launched a clean-technology venture in which waste cooking oil will be converted into eco-friendly fuel. The biodiesel will be used by fast food giant McDonalds to operate its delivery trucks. The announcement came Sunday at a meeting of Dubai FDI, the foreign investment promotion arm of the Department of Economic Development, and will see new Dubai-based company Neutral Fuels and McDonald's UAE working in partnership. Vegetable oil will be collected from McDonald's ...  >>MORE

Saudi Arabia, UAE supplied 59 percent of Japan's oil needs in May

Posted on 04/07/2011

Tokyo - Saudi Arabia and the UAE secured over 59 percent of Japan's oil supplies last May, according to a statistical report issued by the Agency for Natural Resources and Energy, which is affiliated to the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. Saudi Arabia maintained its position as Japan's biggest oil supplier with 31.7 million barrels exported in May, representing 33.3 percent of Japan's total oil imports. The UAE followed as the second largest oil supplier to Japan, exporting ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces cut in crude oil prices for month of August

Posted on 29/06/2011

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company 'ADNOC' announced yesterday reduction of shipments of crude oil to its customers for the month of August by 5 percent for each of Murban and Lower Zakum, while by 8 per cent for Umm Shaif and Upper Zakum. - Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

Sharjah fuel shortage to end before Ramadan

Posted on 28/06/2011

Sharjah residents can expect an end to the fuel shortage before Ramadan begins, a top official told Gulf News. "Inshallah it will be resolved. In Ramadan there won't be a lot of pressure on the stations. I am optimistic... Alternative solutions are in place, there won't be problem," the official, who declined to be named, said. The government will consider adding more staff and increasing the hours of operation at Adnoc and Emarat stations in the emirate, he said, insisting that in summer ...  >>MORE

First Capital of Switzerland Investment Bank (FCS) opens at DIFC

Posted on 27/06/2011

The First Capital of Switzerland Investment Bank, or FCS, has launched its operations at Dubai International Financial Centre, or DIFC. Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, in remarks at the ceremony, said:" the bank has become one of the finest investment banks in the region, building sustained value for its customers and investors." "May it always be an organisation of unquestioned integrity, a shining model of success, with a special ...  >>MORE

UAE gas wealth up, but oil unchanged

Posted on 27/06/2011

The UAE's proven gas deposits have edged up slightly over the past five years while oil reserves remained unchanged despite a steady increase in its hydrocarbon production, official figures have shown. By the end of 2010, the UAE controlled the seventh largest gas reserves in the world and the sixth proven oil deposits, maintaining its long-standing position as one of the world's top crude and gas exporters. The figures by the Kuwaiti-based Organisation of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries ...  >>MORE

UAE President restructures Supreme Petroleum Council

Posted on 26/06/2011

The President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has issued, in his capacity as the Ruler of Abu Dhabi, two Amiri decrees on restructuring the Supreme Petroleum Council (SPC) and the appointment of a Director General for Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC). According to the first decree, the SPC shall be chaired by His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Other members include Sheikh Sultan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Sheikh ...  >>MORE

Enoc petrol stations closed in Sharjah

Posted on 26/06/2011

All Enoc and Eppco petrol stations in Sharjah have been officially closed from Friday morning following an order from the Sharjah Executive Council, implemented by the Sharjah Economic Department and Sharjah Police. Skeleton staff in the closed outlets are guarding the stock, especially perishable food products. After informally being closed for four weeks ostensibly for maintenance, all Enoc and Eppco stations in Sharjah are now fully closed and each station has retained just one or two ...  >>MORE

Sharjah issues 72-hour deadline to Enoc Group

Posted on 23/06/2011

The Sharjah Executive Council has given the Enoc Group 72 hours to resume operations at its fuel stations in the emirate, the countdown for which began on Tuesday. "Failure to adhere to this deadline will see the SEDD [Sharjah Economic Development Department] taking the necessary actions, which could result in the closure of the group's stations and facilities in Sharjah," a statement from the Sharjah Media Centre said Wednesday. The regular meeting of the Executive Council, chaired by ...  >>MORE

UAE calls for international joint strategies to provide energy to developing world

Posted on 22/06/2011

UAE Minister of Energy Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hameli has called for developing joint strategies and common approaches to ensure that universal energy access becomes a reality for a growing number of people. Addressing the three-day Vienna Energy Forum, Al Hameli said :' Access to energy, something most of us take for granted, is not yet a reality for billions of people throughout the world'. Held under the theme 'Paving the Way for Universal Energy Access', the meeting is organised by the ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi to supply petrol to Sharjah

Posted on 22/06/2011

On the orders of General 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 (Adnoc) has stepped in to supply petrol to Sharjah retailers. The Sharjah Executive Council, at a meeting chaired on Tuesday by Sheikh Abdullah bin Salem bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Deputy Ruler of Sharjah and Deputy Chairman of the Executive Council, thanked General Mohammed for his initiative to solve the problem, reported ...  >>MORE

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Emarat slashes diesel price by 25 fils


ADNOC announces crude prices for September


UAE continues to invest heavily across the hydrocarbon value chain, says UAE OPEC governor


Abu Dhabi raises stake in OMV


Dubai oilfield to start production this year


Abu Dhabi oil income up by Dh82bn in 2010


UAE to pump US$76bn into energy sector


ADNOC cuts crude allocations for November


ENOC wins top laurel for ‘Best CSR Practice' at Asian Leadership Awards


TAQA and Energy Delta Institute Partner to Develop Dutch Gas Hub


Abu Dhabi oil investment at all time high in 2010


ENOC retail seeks Mideast expansion


Chinese firms aim to cash in on Adnoc's expansion drive


OPEC Head: UAE makes vital contribution to world energy security


Abu Dhabi oil rises on Saudi price speculation


LPG to be sold at lower prices in four emirates


Dubai to invite bids for integrated gas strategy


Dana Gas profit rises 276% to Dh124m


GASCO awards Dh695 million EPC contract for Habshan-Ruwais-Shuweihat (HRS) Gas Pipeline Project


ADNOC announces crude prices for July


Adnoc crude averages US$106.62 in first half


UAE pumped over 28bn barrels of oil


UAE oil income up 30% in 2010


Dubai Crude to sell at lower price in October


Dana Gas considers London listing, refinancing US$1b bond


Emarat Dh300m completes Fujairah Terminal for Petroleum products


Ipic gets EU nod to purchase Cepsa


ENOC dismisses reports on retail outlets takeover


Adnoc set to take over Eppco, Enoc petrol stations


DNO, RAK Petro to merge assets


Big Mac cooking oil will be converted into biofuel


Saudi Arabia, UAE supplied 59 percent of Japan's oil needs in May


ADNOC announces cut in crude oil prices for month of August


Sharjah fuel shortage to end before Ramadan


First Capital of Switzerland Investment Bank (FCS) opens at DIFC


UAE gas wealth up, but oil unchanged


UAE President restructures Supreme Petroleum Council


Enoc petrol stations closed in Sharjah


Sharjah issues 72-hour deadline to Enoc Group


UAE calls for international joint strategies to provide energy to developing world


Abu Dhabi to supply petrol to Sharjah