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THE ECONOMY - OIL AND GAS

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

Adnoc to boost supply in the north

Posted on 21/06/2011

Abu Dhabi intends to increase petrol shipments to Saqr port in Ras Al Khaimah within plans to boost petrol supplies to the Northern Emirates to meet soaring demand and ease pressure on its pumps following the temporary closure of some Enoc petrol stations, an oil official was reported on Sunday as saying. Abdullah Al Dahiri, director-general of the government-owned Abu Dhabi National Oil Company for Distribution (Adnoc-Fod), one of the largest refiners in the Middle East, said the closure of ...  >>MORE

IPIC's refinery in Fujairah significant, says OAPEC

Posted on 20/06/2011

The Organisation of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries (OAPEC) has termed the Fujairah oil refinery project as "significant and vital" as the refinery is planned to have a capacity to process up to 200,000 barrels per day (bpd). OAPEC, in its June bulletin, noted that the US$ 3 billion refinery, to be built by Abu Dhabi's government-owned International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC), is one of Abu Dhabi's strategic initiatives. IPIC's project will be integrated with, and source crude ...  >>MORE

Gas supply to UAE reduced to 1.8 bscf of natural gas per day: Dolphin

Posted on 19/06/2011

In a statement issued by Dolphin Energy announced the following: "Dolphin Energy confirmed that, due to a leak on one of its two Sulfur Recovery Units (SRU), SRU1, at its processing plant, throughput to the UAE has been temporarily reduced to 1.8 billion standard cubic feet (bscf) of natural gas per day. This level will be maintained throughout the maintenance period. This follows the shutdown of the other SRU, SRU2, from May 11, 2011- June 3, 2011. SRU2 has been in full and satisfactory ...  >>MORE

UAE's oil consumption to increase 27.5% to over half a million barrels per day by 2020

Posted on 16/06/2011

Arab Oil '&' Gas (AOGS) 2011, the premier biennial showcase for the region's oil, gas and petrochemical industry, has announced that over 250 exhibitors from more than 25 countries will be participating in the international trade event, driven by lucrative business prospects that have emerged in key Middle East markets. With domestic oil consumption expected to increase by 27.5% between 2010 and 2020, the UAE will be a key target market for exhibitors of AOGS 2011, who are looking to cater ...  >>MORE

Sharjah’s petrol shortage enters third week

Posted on 16/06/2011

Oil company officials continued their silence on the ongoing petrol crisis even as many petrol stations in Sharjah, Ajman, Umm Al Qaiwain and Ras Al Khaimah remain closed for the third consecutive week. Earlier, the Sharjah Executive Council (SEC) demanded an immediate end of the fuel shortage in the emirate and addressed the ENOC Group, the petrol retailers of EPPCO and ENOC, to explain the true causes which led to closure of its petrol stations. No public statement has yet been made and ...  >>MORE

Petrol prices to remain unchanged

Posted on 14/06/2011

Petrol prices in the UAE will remain unchanged as the government will continue to subsidise the state-set prices despite mounting costs, Gulf News has learnt. "The government has agreed to foot the entire subsidy on petrol and asked state oil marketing companies not to talk about increasing petrol prices," according to a well-placed sources in the UAE oil industry. "This is just not the right time for it, given the geopolitical situation in the region," he said. Oil marketing companies ...  >>MORE

Dolphin to raise US$1b through bond

Posted on 14/06/2011

Abu Dhabi-based Dolphin Energy, in which Occidental Petroleum Corp (Oxy) and Total (Tot) are shareholders, has mandated five banks on a planned bond issue that aims to raise more than US$1 billion (Dh3.7 billion) to refinance existing debt, two people familiar with the situation said yesterday. A roadshow for the bond issue is planned to kick off by the end of the week, the people, who declined to be named, said. One banker familiar with the deal said meetings are scheduled to take place in ...  >>MORE

Petrol shortages continue to plague drivers in Sharjah

Posted on 13/06/2011

Petrol continues to remain unavailable at Enoc and Eppco stations across Sharjah for the third week running. Motorists in Sharjah said that although they noticed some Emarat petrol stations selling petrol again, the Enoc/Eppco petrol stations remain closed. Abdul Majeed Zuhair, a resident of Yarmook, said that he cannot stand the situation anymore because he is tired of waiting in line for more than 30 minutes at the Adnoc petrol station on the Sharjah airport road. "The situation really ...  >>MORE

Fujairah poised to become oil export hub

Posted on 12/06/2011

The commissioning of the US$3.3-billion (Dh12.11 billion) Habshan-Fujairah oil pipeline this year will be a game changer in crude oil transportation as it will give Abu Dhabi, the UAE's largest oil producing emirate, direct access to the Indian Ocean for its oil exports and the option of bypassing the critical Strait of Hormuz, experts say. "Abu Dhabi would get access to an open sea — that's the strategic advantage the new pipeline provides," a well-placed oil industry source based in Abu ...  >>MORE

RAK Petroleum Chairman elected new Chairman of Norwegian Oil Producer DNO

Posted on 12/06/2011

Oslo - Shareholders at the DNO International Annual General Meeting held yesterday in Oslo elected Bijan Mossavar-Rahmani as the company's new Chairman, Mossavar-Rahmani is Chairman of the Board and CEO of RAK Petroleum Public Company Limited, the Middle East based independent oil and gas exploration and production company, which is DNO International's largest shareholder with a 30 percent stake. Mr. Mossavar-Rahmani was elected to the board at an Extraordinary General Meeting held on 10 March ...  >>MORE

Sharjah council calls for end to disruptions in petrol supply

Posted on 09/06/2011

Sharjah's Executive Council is demanding an end to disruptions at the petrol stations which have left motorists unable to buy fuel over the past two weeks. The General Secretariat of the council has asked the Enoc Group, which includes petrol retailers Eppco and Enoc, to provide a detailed explanation for the breakdown of supply at petrol stations across the emirate and is asking for a solution to the crisis within 48 hours. Gulf News goes on the hunt for petrol in Sharjah Khalid Hadi, ...  >>MORE

UAE's oil retailers losing Dh16.5m per day

Posted on 08/06/2011

Fuel shortage woes continued as some petrol stations in the Northern Emirates turned away motorists for the sixth day on Tuesday. Fuel firms blamed ongoing maintenance work for the chaos, while oil retailers claimed they are losing an estimated Dh16.5 million per day on petrol sales, reports Gulf News. Companies say the gap between the cost of imports and state set petrol price has widened in recent months. Petrol prices had been revised twice last year. However, a source revealed to Gulf ...  >>MORE

Government of Sharjah signs 23-year concession agreement with Rex Oil and Gas

Posted on 07/06/2011

Under the directives of HH Sheikh Dr Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Member of the UAE Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah, the Government of Sharjah, represented by the Sharjah Petroleum Council, has signed a concession agreement with international oil company Rex Oil and Gas Limited for oil and gas exploration and drilling in Sharjah's Eastern offshore concession. The 23-year concession agreement, which covers the offshore areas of Khorfakkan and Kalba, was signed by HH Sheikh Ahmed bin ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces its oil crude prices for May

Posted on 05/06/2011

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) announced its crude oil prices for the month of May. Murban crude was pegged at US$113. 60 per a barrel, Lower Zakum at US$113. 60, Umm Shaif at US$113. 10, while Higher Zakum stood at US$109. 05 per a barrel. The crude prices dropped by US$7 per a barrel compared to Month of April due to the drop in world oil prices. - Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Investment Company plans to diversify

Posted on 01/06/2011

Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC), said yesterday it is looking forward to implementing the economic diversification policy in the emirate of Abu Dhabi as per Abu Dhabi 2030 plan, which aims for sustainable growth based on less dependence on the oil and gas industry. IPIC has embarked on an aggressive acquisition drive in the hydrocarbons sector in recent years. The emirate of Abu Dhabi is also investing billions of dollars in infrastructure, real estate and ...  >>MORE

ADNOC's first CNG filling station commissioned

Posted on 29/05/2011

ADNOC Distribution yesterday commissioned its first Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) filling station and vehicle conversion centre in Khalifa 'A' city in Abu Dhabi. The commissioning was attended by Yousif Omeir bin Yousif, Secretary general of the Supreme Petroleum Council '&' CEO of ADNOC. Abdullah Salem Al Dhaheri, Director General of ADNOC Distribution, said the commissioning of the first CNG filling station and the centre for converting vehicles to use CNG was in line with the vision of ...  >>MORE

Dubai crude to sell 40 cents below Oman futures in July

Posted on 29/05/2011

Dubai Government's Dubai's Department of Petroleum Affairs has announced that the official selling price for Dubai oil loading in August will be 40 cents less than the Oman futures contract for that month. Dubai crude, a Gulf benchmark for Asia, will therefore sell in August at the same discount as in July, according to the Department. The Oman futures contract is the only product traded on the Dubai Mercantile Exchange (DME), which announced the differential determined by the department. ...  >>MORE

OPEC will provide sufficient supplies to the market, says UAE Energy Minister

Posted on 26/05/2011

UAE Energy Minister has stressed that the World Energy Market is stable as the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is prepared to ensure sufficient supplies. The remark was made at International Gas Conference, held yesterday in the Central Asian country of Turkmenistan. Al Hameli underscored that the event has become an important part of the Central Asia's energy calendar, citing that "The number of distinguished attendants here yesterday reflects both the growing ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi's Gasco to offer 1,800 jobs in big expansion

Posted on 25/05/2011

Abu Dhabi Gas Industries (Gasco) is recruiting hundreds of engineers and technicians as part of a major expansion. The company hopes to recruit some 1,800 staff over the next 18 months, increasing its workforce by about 40 per cent. Gasco, a unit of Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, is on the verge of starting several major projects, including expansions of existing plants as well as the installation of new gas processing facilities at various locations. A dozen projects worth more than US$13 ...  >>MORE

UAE average oil output dropped in April: IEA

Posted on 23/05/2011

The UAE's average oil output fell marginally in April to 2.51 million barrels per day (bpd), compared with 2.52 million bpd in March, according to the latest estimates by the Paris-based International Energy Agency (IEA). "Output from the UAE edged lower in April by 10,000 bpd to 2.51 million bpd and volumes may be reduced further in May following the unexpected shut down of the Upper Zakum field at end April. As much as 50 per cent of the field's 550,000 bpd capacity will be shut for the ...  >>MORE

Ruwais refinery expansion on track

Posted on 10/05/2011

The $10 billion Ruwais refinery expansion of Abu Dhabi Oil Refining Company (Takreer) is on schedule, a senior company official said yesterday. "We are confident... the project will be completed by end 2013," Jasem Ali Al Sayegh, Takreer's general manager, said at an industry conference in the capital. The project, upon its completion would increase Takreer's refining capacity by 417,000 barrels per day and nearly double its production of transportation fuels. The combined refining ...  >>MORE

ADNOC '&' its Group of Companies pavilion receives overwhelming response at OTC 2011 in Houston

Posted on 09/05/2011

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) pavilion at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC 2011) which concluded recently at Reliant Centre in Houston, Texas, USA, got overwhelming responses from enterprises and visitors, making it a grand success. Held under the theme "Making Safe ", this year's edition of OTC attracted around 65,000 attendees and 2,055 exhibiting companies representing more than 110 countries. A high-level delegation of ADNOC and its Group of Companies including CEOs ...  >>MORE

GASCO awards two EPC contracts worth Dh4 billion

Posted on 05/05/2011

Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd. (GASCO) has signed the following contracts agreements at its main office at Sheikh Khalifa Energy Complex on Tuesday, 03 May 2011 for Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Commissioning (EPC) works for the following projects on Lump Sum Turnkey Basis; 1. Habshan Sulphur Granulation Plant 2. Ruwais Sulphur Handling Terminal -2 The two projects are being executed in parallel with Shah - Habshan Ruwais Etihad Rail which is being implemented by Etihad Rail Company ...  >>MORE

ADNOC '&' Group of Companies make strong presence at OTC 2011 in Houston

Posted on 04/05/2011

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) is participating distinctively in the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC 2011) being organised at Reliant Center in Houston, Texas, USA. Held under the theme "Making Safe ", this year's edition of OTC is expected to attract around 65,000 attendees and 2,500 exhibiting companies representing more than 110 countries. A high-level delegation of ADNOC and its Group of Companies including CEOs and senior executives is attending the four-day event. ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas announces its first 2011 gas discovery in Egypt

Posted on 04/05/2011

Dana Gas PJSC has announced its latest gas discovery in the Nile Delta, Egypt. The 'South Abu El Naga-2' well, drilled as an appraisal of the previously announced South Abu El Naga Field in the West El Manzala Concession encountered 16.6 meters of net pay in the Abu Madi formation, thus extending the field. The discovery comes after the announcement of the previous South Abu El Naga-1ST discovery in September 2010, where the calculated reserves estimate is in the range of 50 to 90 billion ...  >>MORE

UAE oil output rises 1.61 per cent in March

Posted on 03/05/2011

The UAE's oil production rose to 2.52 million barrels per day (bpd) in March, 1.61 per cent higher compared to February, the latest data from the Paris-based International Energy Agency (IEA) show. "Kuwait and the UAE ramped up output in March by a combined 110,000 bpd in a bid to offset lost Libyan supplies. The UAE formally suspended cuts to contract allocations, which led to a boost in output of 40,000 bpd," said the IEA, which advises 28 industrialised countries on energy policy. Spare ...  >>MORE

Enoc subsidy spend up by 80%

Posted on 02/05/2011

Emirates National Oil Company (Enoc), one of two fuel marketing and distribution companies in Dubai, said on Saturday it expects to spend 80 per cent more this year on providing fuel subsidies compared with what it did in 2010. In a statement, the company said it expects to bridge the difference between the internationally increasing price of oil and the subsidised rates in the local market – estimated by the company at Dh2.7b for 2011 – through internal resources. This subsidy, the ...  >>MORE

Hamad Al Sharqi issues decree establishing Fujairah Zone for Petroleum Industry

Posted on 28/04/2011

H.H. Sheikh Hamad bin Mohammed Al Sharqi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Fujairah has issued an Emiri decree establishing the Fujairah Zone for Petroleum Industry "FOZ" concerned with all petroleum affairs and products and hydro-carbon industries, including oil and gas industry along with providing infrastructure and facilities, buildings, and administrative services to investors. The decree also stipulated that "FOZ" shall set up petroleum strategies for investment and the organisation ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces reduction in oil shipments for June

Posted on 25/04/2011

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) yesterday announced a reduction in shipments of crude oil for the month of June by five per cent on Murban, Lower Zakum, Umm Shaif and Upper Zakum that are exported from Abu Dhabi. The reduction decision comes in line with the UAE's commitment with the decisions of "OPEC" determining the levels of production in the Member States within the overall output level set by the organisation in its ministerial conferences. It is noteworthy that the reduction ...  >>MORE

Ipic, Oman Oil sign agreement

Posted on 21/04/2011

The signing of an agreement between the International Petroleum Investment Company (Ipic), and the Oman Oil Company (OOC) was witnessed by Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs. The agreement that was signed in Emirates Palace was also attended by Dr. Mohammad Bin Hamad Al Ramahi, Omani Minister of Oil and Gas. - Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

UAE’s Dana Gas plans London listing

Posted on 21/04/2011

Dana Gas plans to list its shares in London to gain a wider investor base and boost its stock value, a senior company official said on Wednesday. Dana, the Gulf's only listed natural gas company, has seen its stock decline 14.8 per cent in the last six months due to weak investor sentiment in the United Arab Emirates. "It is part of the company's plan. We are evaluating it,” said investor relations manager Nasir Akram. He gave no timeline. Dana's chief executive Ahmed Al Arbeed earlier told ...  >>MORE

Dubai looks at setting up gas trading hub

Posted on 20/04/2011

Dubai Supply Authority (DUSUP), a government entity responsible for procuring, transmitting, storing and delivering natural gas, has said it is looking to the possibility of setting up a natural gas trading hub. "We are talking about looking at the creation of a gas hub. We have the ability to import liquefied natural gas (LNG), but not really the ability to export. It may be the logical next step," said Paul Mason, manager at DUSUP, speaking on the last day of the Dubai Global Energy Forum. ...  >>MORE

World oil markets well supplied, says energy minister

Posted on 18/04/2011

UAE Energy minister Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hameli has said that the world's oil markets enjoy sufficient supplies of crude and that the recent rise in oil prices has nothing to do with the market fundamentals but with the current geo-political situation and speculation. Al Hameli made the remarks while receiving a delegation from the Swedish Energy Agency, led by Head of Security of Energy Supply Unit Mikael Toll. "OPEC has provided new supplies to the market to offset shortage resulting from ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi continues US$3b refinery

Posted on 14/04/2011

Abu Dhabi's International Petroleum Investment Company (Ipic) said yesterday it is proceeding with the implementation of a 200,000 barrel per day (bpd) refinery at Fujairah, at an estimated cost of US$3 billion (Dh11.01 billion). The project is currently in its pre-front end engineering and design phase (Pre-Feed), with project completion anticipated by mid-2016. The refinery will have the capability to meet its own power requirements. In addition, power will be provided to the local grid. ...  >>MORE

UAE energy minister stresses continued supplies of oil and gas to maintain Int'l growth momentum

Posted on 07/04/2011

Mohammed bin Dha'en Al Hameli, Minister of Energy said that countries with spare capacity including UAE have made additional crude available to international oil companies requiring extra volumes for their refining needs. It is not just OPEC member countries that are providing the market with extra crude, and in 2011, non-OPEC supply is expected to grow by 500,000 barrels per day. He further stated that international oil markets are choosing to ignore market fundamentals, preferring to bet on ...  >>MORE

Adnoc, Occidental JV for Shah field

Posted on 03/04/2011

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) and Occidental Petroleum Corporation have signed a partnership agreement to participate in the development of Shah Gas Field in the emirate of Abu Dhabi. Under the agreement, ADNOC and Occidental shall bear all the costs of the project of developing Shah Gas Field. The Shah gas project involves development of high-sulphur content reservoirs within the Shah field, located onshore approximately 180 km southwest of the city of Abu Dhabi. The project ...  >>MORE

UAE crude output up 1.64% in February

Posted on 31/03/2011

The UAE's oil production rose 1.64 per cent in February compared with a month earlier, latest data from the International Energy Agency (IEA) show. "Output from the UAE averaged 2.48 million bpd [barrels per day] last month, up 40,000 bpd over a revised January estimate of 2.44 million bpd, and the highest level since reduced output targets were implemented over two years ago," said the IEA, which advises 28 industrialised countries on energy policy. "Early indications are that the ...  >>MORE

UAE plans to boost sulphur output

Posted on 30/03/2011

The United Arab Emirates plans to produce 22,000 tonnes of sulphur a day by 2015, which positions it to be a leading world sulphur exporter, said an executive at state-owned Abu Dhabi Gas Development Co (Adco). Production at the high sulphur Shah gas project being developed by Occidental Petroleum and Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) is planned to start by 2014. By 2015 the field is expected to produce around 9,200 tonnes of sulphur per day, said Tareq Sahoo, supervisor of operations ...  >>MORE

UAE likely to stall planned increase in retail petrol prices

Posted on 24/03/2011

The UAE may roll back plans to hike petrol prices, sources told Reuters yesterday. The UAE, the world's third largest exporter of crude oil, had last year begun phasing out its petroleum subsidies, which cost the state hundreds of millions of dirhams a year. "We were expecting a price hike this year but with all the protests going on in the region, I think the government will hold off until things are more stable," said an energy industry source. Revolutions Revolts against the regimes and ...  >>MORE

Al Hameli, US official discuss cooperation

Posted on 23/03/2011

UAE Energy Minister Mohammed Dhaen Al Hameli said the current surge of oil prices has no relation with the supply and demand principles of the market. During his meeting with Robert Hormats, Under-Secretary of State for Economic Affairs of the US, he attributed the soaring oil prices to the geopolitical developments in the region and the speculations in the oil market carried out by the speculators. "The OPEC monitors the oil market closely and interacts positively with the repercussions of ...  >>MORE

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Abu Dhabi to supply petrol to Sharjah


Adnoc to boost supply in the north


IPIC's refinery in Fujairah significant, says OAPEC


Gas supply to UAE reduced to 1.8 bscf of natural gas per day: Dolphin


UAE's oil consumption to increase 27.5% to over half a million barrels per day by 2020


Sharjah’s petrol shortage enters third week


Petrol prices to remain unchanged


Dolphin to raise US$1b through bond


Petrol shortages continue to plague drivers in Sharjah


Fujairah poised to become oil export hub


RAK Petroleum Chairman elected new Chairman of Norwegian Oil Producer DNO


Sharjah council calls for end to disruptions in petrol supply


UAE's oil retailers losing Dh16.5m per day


Government of Sharjah signs 23-year concession agreement with Rex Oil and Gas


ADNOC announces its oil crude prices for May


Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Investment Company plans to diversify


ADNOC's first CNG filling station commissioned


Dubai crude to sell 40 cents below Oman futures in July


OPEC will provide sufficient supplies to the market, says UAE Energy Minister


Abu Dhabi's Gasco to offer 1,800 jobs in big expansion


UAE average oil output dropped in April: IEA


Ruwais refinery expansion on track


ADNOC '&' its Group of Companies pavilion receives overwhelming response at OTC 2011 in Houston


GASCO awards two EPC contracts worth Dh4 billion


ADNOC '&' Group of Companies make strong presence at OTC 2011 in Houston


Dana Gas announces its first 2011 gas discovery in Egypt


UAE oil output rises 1.61 per cent in March


Enoc subsidy spend up by 80%


Hamad Al Sharqi issues decree establishing Fujairah Zone for Petroleum Industry


ADNOC announces reduction in oil shipments for June


Ipic, Oman Oil sign agreement


UAE’s Dana Gas plans London listing


Dubai looks at setting up gas trading hub


World oil markets well supplied, says energy minister


Abu Dhabi continues US$3b refinery


UAE energy minister stresses continued supplies of oil and gas to maintain Int'l growth momentum


Adnoc, Occidental JV for Shah field


UAE crude output up 1.64% in February


UAE plans to boost sulphur output


UAE likely to stall planned increase in retail petrol prices


Al Hameli, US official discuss cooperation