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THE ECONOMY - OIL AND GAS

Dana Gas' production at "Sondos" Field exceeds expectations

Posted on 12/07/2009

Dana Gas, the Middle East's first and largest regional private sector natural gas company, has announced that production from the recently discovered Sondos gas field has delivered outstanding results. The Sondos field, found in the West El Manzala concession in Egypt's Nile Delta region, was discovered in February 2009, with estimated gas reserves of 20 billion cubic feet, and was tested at 11.1 million standard cubic feet per day (mmscfd) of dry gas. It currently has two producing wells, ...  >>MORE

ADNOC and ConocoPhillips sign the Shah Gas Field Joint Venture and Field Entry Agreement

Posted on 10/07/2009

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and ConocoPhillips, USA, yesterday signed The Shah Gas Field Joint Venture and Field Entry Agreement in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. ADNOC and ConocoPhillips will jointly share the cost of the Shah gas field development project. This large-scale project involves the development of sour gas reservoirs within the Shah field, located onshore approximately 180 km south-west of the city of Abu Dhabi. The project will involve several gas ...  >>MORE

Petrofac awarded gas compression project worth more than US$350m

Posted on 09/07/2009

Petrofac, the international oil and gas facilities service provider, has been awarded a contract worth more than US$350m for the Kauther gas-field depletion-compression project. The contract was awarded on behalf of the Government of Oman by Petroleum Development Oman (PDO), which has been developing the Sultanate's gas fields on behalf of the Government since 1978. Petrofac will undertake the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) of the gas compression system, and associated ...  >>MORE

IPIC and NOVA Chemicals announce closing of transaction

Posted on 08/07/2009

Pittsburgh - International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) and NOVA Chemicals Corporation (NOVA Chemicals) announced the completion today of the acquisition of NOVA Chemicals by way of a plan of arrangement. NOVA Chemicals will continue to operate its chemicals and plastics business from its North American base. "We are very pleased to complete this transaction and we are excited about the future opportunities for NOVA Chemicals to grow in Alberta and elsewhere," said Chris Pappas, ...  >>MORE

UAE supplies 22.7% of Japan oil imports

Posted on 07/07/2009

Tokyo - Japanese oil imports from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) stood at 23.9 million barrels per day in May 2009, representing 22.7 per cent of Japan's total oil imports, Japanese official figures showed. "Total imports for May fell for the eighth running month to 105.3 mbpd in May, down by 17.5 per cent against the same month last year, according to a report by the Japanese Agency for Natural Resources and Energy. Arab crude oil formed 82.2 per cent of Japan's oil imports for the month. ...  >>MORE

UAE oil income to decline 43% in 2009

Posted on 07/07/2009

A sharp decline in crude prices will ally with lower production to cut UAE's oil export earnings by about 43 per cent in 2009, while Opec's revenues could suffer more, said an international energy centre yesterday. From a record US$81 billion (Dh297bn) in 2008, the UAE's crude export revenues are projected to plunge to about US$46bn in 2009, said the Centre for Global Energy Studies (CGES), which is run by former Saudi Arabia's oil minister Sheikh Ahmed Zaki Al Yamani. The figures, sent to ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Holding signs MoU on petrochemicals output

Posted on 06/07/2009

Abu Dhabi Holding (ADH) announced on Sunday that they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with a European technology partner to assess, in cooperation with Abu Dhabi Basic Industries Corporation (ADBIC), the establishment of a production plant for non-woven fibre fabrics in Abu Dhabi Polymers Park. Otaiba Said Al Otaiba, Chairman of Abu Dhabi Holding, said, "This MoU is in line with ADH's strategy to pursue industrial investments, with a focus on downstream petrochemical ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces prices of crude oil for June

Posted on 03/07/2009

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) announced today the prices of its crudes oil for June. According to a company statement, the Government Selling Prices for crude oil FOB Abu Dhabi ports for the month of June are as follows: Murban (US$71. 65) per a barrel, Lower Zakum (US$70.50), Umm Shaif (US$71.15) and Upper Zakum (US$69.90) per a barrel. – Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

ADNOC cuts oil supplies

Posted on 30/06/2009

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) on Monday told customers it will cut their allocations by 19% for August 2009 shipments from its four wells: Murban, Upper Zakum, Lower Zakum and Umm Sheif by 19%. The move aims at complying with the UAE's production quota set by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). Last year, OPEC agreed to reduce production by a total of 4.2 million barrels per day (bpd) in a series of meetings it held in the months of September, October and December ...  >>MORE

Ipic signs increased syndicated loan of US$5bn

Posted on 30/06/2009

Abu Dhabi Government-owned International Petroleum Investment Company (Ipic) has signed a US$5 billion (Dh18.35bn) syndicated loan, increased from a launch amount of US$3.5bn, banking sources close to the deal said yesterday. Co-ordinating bookrunners Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, HSBC and Santander invited banks to join the deal with commitments of US$400 million and despite the increased final amount, lenders have been scaled back by around 30 per cent, the sources said. The loan, which ...  >>MORE

UAE's April crude output below OPEC quota

Posted on 28/06/2009

The UAE slashed its oil production below OPEC's quota in April to demonstrate the strongest commitment to agreed output cuts in the 12-nation group. Saudi Arabia, the world's dominant oil exporter, pumped close to its quota, while the other Gulf oil heavyweights Kuwait and Iran also showed strong compliance. Reporting its production level to the Riyadh-based Joint Oil Data Initiative (Jodi), the UAE said it produced 2.217 million barrels per day (bpd) in April, slightly below its OPEC-decreed ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi, Japan sign memo for crude oil storage in Japan

Posted on 27/06/2009

The Governments of Abu Dhabi and Japan signed on Thursday a memorandum for joint cooperation under which Abu Dhabi will store its crude oil in Japan. Abu Government was represented in the signing of the memo by the Supreme Petroleum Council (SPC), while the Agency for Natural Resources and Energy acted on behalf of Japan. The memo, the first one inked by the Government of Abu Dhabi in this field, will help Abu Dhabi boost its relations with Asian markets and Japan in particular in a way that ...  >>MORE

IPIC set to finalise up to US$5b in bank financing

Posted on 25/06/2009

Abu Dhabi government-owned International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) will not sell bonds this year and is close to finalising US$3 billion to US$5 billion (Dh11.01 billion to Dh18.35 billion) bank financing to fund acquisitions, its chief executive said. "We are targeting between US$3 to US$5 billion in financing from local and international banks," Khadem Al Qubaisi said by telephone yesterday without providing more details. "It is secured and committed and in a few days we will be ...  >>MORE

Dolphin in talks to acquire Qatar gas

Posted on 24/06/2009

The Abu Dhabi company Dolphin Energy is in talks with Qatar Petroleum to boost its gas imports from Qatar. Dolphin, controlled by the government-owned Mubadala Development, said it could receive an additional 300 million to 500 million cubic feet a day (cfd) of gas on an "interruptible basis”, meaning it would not have a firm contract from Qatar Petroleum for the gas supplies, and would get the gas only when other international customers did not want their full allotted volumes. Some of ...  >>MORE

Masdar and Bahrain Oil and Gas Authority partner to reduce carbon emissions

Posted on 23/06/2009

Manama - Masdar - Abu Dhabi's multi faceted renewable energy and sustainability initiative, wholly owned company of the government of Abu Dhabi through the Mubadala Development Company, signed a framework agreement with Bahrain's National Oil and Gas Authority (NOGA) to develop carbon emission reduction projects and monetize the carbon reductions under the Kyoto Protocol's Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) in Bahrain. The partnership provides a framework for cooperation under which Masdar ...  >>MORE

UAE, Korea review latest situation in world oil market, hope quick recovery of global economy

Posted on 22/06/2009

H.E. Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hameli, Minister of Energy, held talks yesterday with visiting South Korean Prime Minister Han Seung-soo over mechanisms of further bolstering the distinguished economic and trade partnership and cooperation especially in the oil and gas sector and other energy fields. The Korean premier asserted the vital role the UAE is playing in supplying world and Korean markets with sufficient oil and gas products. This, he said, would help the global economy to recover and ...  >>MORE

Total to triple Jebel Ali capacity

Posted on 22/06/2009

French oil giant Total will triple its downstream grease manufacturing capacity at its Jebel Ali blending plant to 7,500 tonnes by the end of this year. It will also set up a 150,000-tonne bitumen plant next year here, a senior executive told Emirates Business. "As much as 40,000 tonnes of this capacity will be for poly-modified bitumen which will find its use in airstrips, race-tracks and roads," Total Managing Director (Middle East) Jacques Souplet told this newspaper. A new storage ...  >>MORE

UAE Energy statement on oil prices published by press was issued on April 20

Posted on 20/06/2009

UAE Energy Minister HE Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hameli, told Emirates News Agency (WAM) in statement that the statement carried by media yesterday on oil prices, was in fact issued on April 20 during the Middle East Petroleum and Gas Conference in Dubai. Al Hameli then said in an inaugural speech at the conference that he was hopeful the world would overcome the repercussions of the world financial crisis, indicating that "with easing of the effects of the global financial crunch, we ill witness ...  >>MORE

Adma-Opco in gas development deal

Posted on 17/06/2009

Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (Adma-Opco) on Tuesday signed a US$402-million (Dh1.48 billion) engineering procurement and construction agreement for the integrated gas development (IGD) project - Habshan Platform (HAP) with National Petroleum Construction Company (NPCC). IGD is a strategic initiative of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company to process and supply gas to meet the growing needs and development plans of Abu Dhabi. IGD-HAP is the first of several offshore and onshore packages in ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi's IPIC aims to invest US$30b

Posted on 15/06/2009

Abu Dhabi's International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) aims to raise its investment target to US$30 billion having sold its stake in British bank Barclays, the state-owned firm's chief executive said on Sunday. IPIC has a current investment portfolio of between US$16 billion to US$20 billion, CEO Khadem Al Qubaisi told Agencies in an interview. He said IPIC had closed deals worth US$10-US$12 billion since the middle of last year and is working on some 30 to 40 investment deals in ...  >>MORE

UAE has netted $664bn in oil revenues

Posted on 14/06/2009

The UAE has pumped nearly 27.7 billion barrels of oil since it began commercial crude exports more than four decades ago, according to official data. The output accounts for around nine per cent of the total 302 billion barrels pumped by Arab nations since they discovered oil half a century ago, showed the figures by Organisation of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries (OAPEC). The Kuwaiti-based OAPEC, which groups the UAE and 10 other Arab oil producers, gave no figures on revenue but at an ...  >>MORE

UAE nets US$16bn in crude exports

Posted on 11/06/2009

The UAE earned nearly US$16 billion (Dh58.7bn) from crude oil exports in the first five months of 2009, while the total income of the 12-nation Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) stood at nearly US$178bn, official US figures showed yesterday. The Energy Information Administration (EIA) of the US Department of Energy also sharply revised up its forecast of the group's earnings for 2009 because of the recent surge in crude prices. It also projected higher Opec income in 2010 ...  >>MORE

UAE cushioned from oil shocks

Posted on 10/06/2009

Non-oil exports from Dubai and other emirates are lowering the contribution of hydrocarbons to the UAE's GDP, making the country less susceptible to fluctuations in crude prices. An Oil Price Vulnerability Index released by Standard & Poor's shows that the UAE is much better placed than Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, which rely heavily on oil for their income. The list shows Abu Dhabi's appearance in the rankings with diversified export bases such as Vietnam, Mexico, and Malaysia because ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi official crude selling price down 52.06%

Posted on 09/06/2009

The official selling price of Abu Dhabi's crude oil grades averaged US$59.49 a barrel in May, down 52.06 per cent from an average US$124.10 a barrel in the same month a year earlier, figures from the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) show. The OSP of Adnoc's most popular crude grade, Murban, in May was US$60.15 a barrel. Its other crude grade, Lower Zakum, was priced at US$60.10 a barrel, followed by Umm Shaif at US$59.60 a barrel and Upper Zakum at US$58.10 a barrel. The OSP of Abu ...  >>MORE

ENOC set to acquire Dragon Oil

Posted on 08/06/2009

London - Emirates National Oil Company, or ENOC, said it only planned to pay a "modest premium” to secure control of London-listed Dragon Oil, knocking Dragon's shares and prompting accusations of opportunism. Dragon, in which ENOC already owns 52 per cent, according to Reuters' data, said on Thursday it had received a takeover approach from an unnamed party. ENOC said on Friday it was behind the approach. "It (ENOC) is currently considering an offer price that would represent a modest ...  >>MORE

Diesel prices in Dubai to increase by 50 fils

Posted on 08/06/2009

Dubai oil retailers will increase the price of diesel at the pumps by 50 fils a gallon effective today, following a sharp increase in international oil prices in recent weeks, an executive representing two oil retailers told Gulf News on Sunday. "The oil retailing companies have decided to increase the price of diesel to Dh9.90 per gallon, from Dh9.40 per gallon, starting June 8," said Khalid Hadi, group brand and marketing manager for Emirates National Oil Company (Enoc) and Emirates ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi to add 400,000 bpd to refining capacity: official

Posted on 03/06/2009

A top United Arab Emirates oil official said Tuesday Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) is going ahead with its five-year investment plan to add 400,000 barrels a day to its current domestic refining capacity to meet increasing future demand. Abu Dhabi's available refining capacity stands at 500000 barrels a day, according to Ali Obaid Al-Yabhouni, General Manager of Abu Dhabi National Tanker Company (ADNATCO) and National Gas Shipping Company, Ltd. (NGSCO) in a speech Al-Yabhouni who is ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces prices of crude oil for May

Posted on 02/06/2009

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) announced yesterday the prices of its crudes oil for May. According to a company statement, the prices are as follows: Murban - US$60. 15 per a barrel, Lower Zakum - US$60.10, Umm Shaif - US$59.60 and Upper Zakum US$58.10 per a barrel. – Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas to go ahead with Kurdistan project

Posted on 01/06/2009

UAE's Dana Gas will go ahead with its project in Iraq's Kurdistan region despite the federal government's rejection of the deal, a Dana Gas source told Agencies on Sunday. This month the UAE's Crescent Petroleum and affiliate Dana Gas formed a consortium with Austria's OMV and Hungary's MOL to pump enough gas from Iraq's Kurdistan region to kick-start the Nabucco pipeline to Europe via Turkey. Shortly following the announcement, the Iraqi federal government rejected the deal signed by the ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi's IPIC launches US$3.5 billion loan

Posted on 31/05/2009

London - Abu Dhabi government-owned International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) has launched a US$3.5 billion syndicated loan to support recent acquisitions, two banking sources close to the deal said. It is the first major new money loan in the Gulf this year, and is expected to act as a barometer for international banks' appetite for syndicated loans in the region, the sources said. "I think this will get the market moving... I would expect it to be successful," a senior loans banker ...  >>MORE

World oil market is well supplied, says UAE Minister of Energy

Posted on 28/05/2009

Vienna - The world oil market is well supplied, according to Mohammad Bin Dha'en Al Hameli, UAE Minister of Energy. "The Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) will review in its extraordinary meeting in Vienna situation of the world oil market," the UAE minister told reporter upon arrival in Vienna on Wednesday to take part in the meeting. "We believe there is a surplus in the market," he said. – Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

Azerbaijan President receives UAE Energy Minister

Posted on 27/05/2009

Baku, Astana - Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev received a delegation headed by the United Arab Emirates Minister of Energy H.E. Mohammed bin Dha'en Al Hameli. They discussed prospects for energy cooperation at bilateral and international levels. There is a great potential for future cooperation between Azerbaijan and the UAE in this regard, Al Hameli said. President Aliyev said that Azerbaijan, as an initiator and participant of large-scale energy projects, develops relations in the ...  >>MORE

Global financial crisis offers good chance to ADNOC to execute mega projects: CEO

Posted on 26/05/2009

Four tenders have been issued to contractors for development of the Shah gas field in Abu Dhabi, ADNOC CEO Yousef Bin Omeir Bin Yusuf announced yesterday. Speaking at the opening session of Gastech 2009, the largest international conference and exhibition for the LNG, LPG and natural gas industries, Yusuf said the current global financial crisis has provided ADNOC with an ideal opportunity to execute its mega projects for new development and for boosting production capacity at a lower cost and ...  >>MORE

Natural gas ready to hit roads

Posted on 26/05/2009

The infrastructure to allow vehicles to run on natural gas will be installed by August in Abu Dhabi and Sharjah, Adnoc Distribution announced yesterday. And the first phase of Adnoc's implementation plan will see 20 filling stations in the capital, Al Ain and Sharjah equipped with pumps to fill cars with natural gas by the end of 2010. "Adnoc aims to install the pumps at roughly two stations per month,” Clark Munro, the engineer in charge of Adnoc's natural gas distribution programme, said at ...  >>MORE

UAE's long-term plans to raise oil and gas production capacity on track

Posted on 26/05/2009

The UAE's long-term plans to expand oil and gas production capacity remain on track despite the current depressed oil market resulting from the global economic crisis, says Minister for Energy Mohammad Bin Dha'en Al Hameli. "Our investment plans are not affected by short-term variations in the oil price," a newsletter at the Gastech-2009 exhibition and conference, currently underway in Abu Dhabi, quoted Al Hameli as saying. "The UAE takes a long-term view of all investment plans, whether ...  >>MORE

IPIC to enter Libya's power market

Posted on 26/05/2009

The International Petroleum Investments Company (IPIC) announced yesterday plans to acquire develop and operate power generation facilities in Libya, North Africa and Middle East. IPIC holds up to 18 percent stake in the Oasis International Power (OIP) which has invested in the Libyan Oasis Water Company (LOWC). The latter will develop power generation and water desalination projects in Libya and neighbouring markets. LOWC is a joint venture company, owned by the Libyan Investment Company, ...  >>MORE

No diesel price hike by Enoc and Emarat

Posted on 26/05/2009

Enoc and Emarat have no plans to raise the price of diesel at the pumps despite the increase in the cost of crude oil in international markets. "We have no intention at the current time of raising diesel prices at our outlets," said Khalid Hadi, Enoc Group Brand and Marketing Manager. "But we are watching the markets closely amid the continuous increases in global oil prices. We are trying to be proactive on the diesel issue and we co-operate closely with Emarat before making any move." An ...  >>MORE

Adnoc unit to issue Dh391.5 million bonds

Posted on 25/05/2009

A UAE marine construction firm controlled by the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) said yesterday it would issue Dh391.5 million convertible bonds for a strategic partner to increase its capital. National Marine Dredging Company (NED), owned 40 per cent by Adnoc, said the bonds would have a conversion rate of Dh7.83 and would be interest free. It said its board had approved the bond issue and would present it to the company's general assembly for approval. "Please note the board has ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas makes a new gas discovery in the Nile Delta, Egypt

Posted on 24/05/2009

Dana Gas, the Middle East's first and largest regional private sector natural gas company, has announced another gas discovery in one of the company's concessions in the Egyptian Nile Delta. The Tulip-1 well is set to add up to 30 billion cubic feet of gas to the company's reserves in Egypt. This comes soon after the announcement of three previous gas discoveries in the Nile Delta area: two dry gas discoveries at the firm's Sondos-1 and 2 wells, and one gas/condensate discovery at the Azhar-1 ...  >>MORE

UAE firms in Kurdish gas deal

Posted on 18/05/2009

Crescent Petroleum and Dana Gas, two affiliated companies based in Sharjah, have formed an alliance with two European energy firms to export gas from Iraqi Kurdistan to Europe through a long-delayed pipeline. The proposed exports would provide Iraq with an important new revenue stream for reconstruction projects, while helping Europe to diversify its energy supplies. But the gas project faces formidable political hurdles, within Iraq and internationally. Iraq's central government is at ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas achieves revenues of Dh247 million in first three months

Posted on 17/05/2009

Dana Gas PJSC, the Middle East's largest regional private sector natural gas company, has announced quarterly results March 31, 2009, posting revenue from sale of hydrocarbons of Dh247 million. This 9% decrease over the same period last year, from similar production volumes, is due to lower LPG and Condensate realized prices ,though the relatively constant contracted gas prices received by the Company in Egypt has minimized this decrease. Gross Profits, increased by 64% to Dh68 million ...  >>MORE

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Dana Gas' production at "Sondos" Field exceeds expectations


ADNOC and ConocoPhillips sign the Shah Gas Field Joint Venture and Field Entry Agreement


Petrofac awarded gas compression project worth more than US$350m


IPIC and NOVA Chemicals announce closing of transaction


UAE supplies 22.7% of Japan oil imports


UAE oil income to decline 43% in 2009


Abu Dhabi Holding signs MoU on petrochemicals output


ADNOC announces prices of crude oil for June


ADNOC cuts oil supplies


Ipic signs increased syndicated loan of US$5bn


UAE's April crude output below OPEC quota


Abu Dhabi, Japan sign memo for crude oil storage in Japan


IPIC set to finalise up to US$5b in bank financing


Dolphin in talks to acquire Qatar gas


Masdar and Bahrain Oil and Gas Authority partner to reduce carbon emissions


UAE, Korea review latest situation in world oil market, hope quick recovery of global economy


Total to triple Jebel Ali capacity


UAE Energy statement on oil prices published by press was issued on April 20


Adma-Opco in gas development deal


Abu Dhabi's IPIC aims to invest US$30b


UAE has netted $664bn in oil revenues


UAE nets US$16bn in crude exports


UAE cushioned from oil shocks


Abu Dhabi official crude selling price down 52.06%


ENOC set to acquire Dragon Oil


Diesel prices in Dubai to increase by 50 fils


Abu Dhabi to add 400,000 bpd to refining capacity: official


ADNOC announces prices of crude oil for May


Dana Gas to go ahead with Kurdistan project


Abu Dhabi's IPIC launches US$3.5 billion loan


World oil market is well supplied, says UAE Minister of Energy


Azerbaijan President receives UAE Energy Minister


Global financial crisis offers good chance to ADNOC to execute mega projects: CEO


Natural gas ready to hit roads


UAE's long-term plans to raise oil and gas production capacity on track


IPIC to enter Libya's power market


No diesel price hike by Enoc and Emarat


Adnoc unit to issue Dh391.5 million bonds


Dana Gas makes a new gas discovery in the Nile Delta, Egypt


UAE firms in Kurdish gas deal


Dana Gas achieves revenues of Dh247 million in first three months