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THE ECONOMY - OIL AND GAS

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

Abu Dhabi’s plan to build Pakistan refinery on track

Posted on 14/05/2009

Abu Dhabi-based International Petroleum Investment Company's plan to build a refinery in Pakistan is on track, Pakistan's minister of investment said 
on Wednesday. "I just had a meeting with IPIC two days ago and they told me the project is on track,” Waqar Ahmed Khan told reporters at a 
Press conference. In January, International Petroleum Investment Company, or IPIC, said it had delayed plans to set up the 250,000 barrel per day refinery in Pakistan. "The only reason why IPIC ...  >>MORE

ADNOC's projects on track: Al Ramhi

Posted on 13/05/2009

Abu Dhabi National oil Company (ADNOC) is pressing ahead with its projects despite the global slowdown, a senior official at the company said yesterday. "ADNOC's projects are well on track. I think it is high time to take advantage of the relatively good cost prices and implement new projects," Ismail Al Ramahi, Gas Processing Manager, ADNOC E'&'P Directorate, told reporters today. Al Ramahi ruled out any lay off plans, saying the company had launched several projects and companies and hired ...  >>MORE

Emarat expands Fujairah oil products’ storage capacity

Posted on 13/05/2009

UAE fuel retailer Emarat will raise the capacity of its petroleum products storage unit in Fujairah, the world's No. 3 ship refuelling hub, to 250,000 cubic metres (cu m) from 50,000 cu m, the 
firm said. The facility in Fujairah, one of seven emirates of the UAE, is used for storing and distributing gas oil, diesel, gasoline and jet fuel, Emarat said in a statement on its website. Emarat has five such storage terminals with a total capacity of 383,000 cu m across the United Arab ...  >>MORE

UAE annual growth rate 4.4-5% in 2010

Posted on 12/05/2009

The UAE's annual growth rate will be between 4.4 and five per cent in 2010 rather than the previous forecast of 6.7 per cent due to the global economic crisis and OPEC's cut in oil production, according to a leading economist. The country's real gross domestic product grew by 7.4 per cent in 2008, which was 0.3 per cent lower than the previous year, Robin Brew, Editorial Director and Chief Economist at the UK-based Economist Intelligence Unit, told "Emirates Business". "A return to previous ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas production in Egypt climbs by 20pc

Posted on 11/05/2009

Dana Gas, the Middle East's first and largest regional private sector natural gas company, has increased production through its El Wastani gas plant in the Nile Delta region of Egypt to 170 million standard cubic feet of gas per day (MMscfpd) having successfully brought the El Basant field on stream on 31st March 2009. Total production in Egypt is now running at 35,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boepd), a 20pc increase on the average rate achieved during 2008. A second well has been ...  >>MORE

Enoc subsidiary and Horizon inaugurate chemical terminals

Posted on 03/05/2009

Horizon Terminals Limited (HTL) and Taeyoung Industries have inaugurated the Horizon Taeyoung Korea Terminals (HTKT), the second largest chemical terminal project in Ulsan, Korea, developed at a total cost of US$76 million (Dh279 million). The project is a joint venture between Horizon Terminals Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Emirates National Oil Company (Enoc), and Taeyoung Industries, one of Korea's leading enterprises. The joint venture is a bid to increase the terminalling ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces nomination cut for June

Posted on 29/04/2009

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) announced yesterday it would cut crude supplies to its clients for June. ADNOC has advised its clients of a nomination cut during June of 18% for each of Murban, Umm Shaif and Lower Zakum, and 16% for Upper Zakum. ADNOC said the cut in allocations is in line with the UAE commitment to OPEC's output quota. In its December meeting in Algeria, the group decided to slash output by 2.2 mbpd, bringing to 4.2 mbpd the total cuts announced by OPEC from September ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi's Ipic raising new loan of up to US$5b

Posted on 26/04/2009

London - Abu Dhabi government-owned International Petroleum Investment Company (Ipic) is raising a new loan of up to US$5 billion, banking sources close to the deal said on Thursday. The loan, which will be co-ordinated by Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, HSBC and Santander, will be used to finance IPIC's recent acquisitions, a banker close to the deal said. "The loan does not finance a specific acquisition, it finances IPIC's recent acquisition spree," he added. The three co-ordinating banks ...  >>MORE

Enoc Bunkering International LLC resumes operations

Posted on 26/04/2009

Enoc Bunkering International LLC (EBIL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Enoc, has resumed operations to supply bunker fuel for its offshore operations in the UAE at Al Fujairah Port and will soon commence operations in Jebel Ali Port. The company operates under Enoc's International Refining and Marketing (IRM) division, and has a strong service support system and ample storage facilities that can meet current market requirements. It also has its own refinery and an extensive fleet of supply ...  >>MORE

UAE slashed output by 290,000 bpd in February

Posted on 22/04/2009

The UAE slashed its oil production by 290,000 barrels per day in February in line with a collective OPEC agreement to trim supplies and prevent a collapse in crude prices following a plunge of nearly US$100, official figures showed yesterday. The two other Gulf oil heavyweights, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, also reported a sharp decline in their crude production as they complied with the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries' agreement to reduce output by a total of 4.2 million bpd ...  >>MORE

Enoc eyes production capacity of 120,000 bpd by year-end

Posted on 22/04/2009

Emirates National Oil Company (Enoc) plans to reach a production capacity of 120,000 barrels a day by the end of 2009, a senior official from the company's Enoc Processing Company LLC (EPCL) said here yesterday. The statement came even as analysts warned of a looming crisis of refined products. They also warned of margins on refined products reducing to half their present value in a near future. "We are upgrading our refinery at a cost of US$850 million (Dh3.1 billion) and expect to ...  >>MORE

Oil industry needs new heavy investment to keep prices stable: Hameli

Posted on 21/04/2009

A new round of heavy oil investments will be required if the world is to avoid another cycle of high oil prices, UAE Minister of Energy HE Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hameli said yesterday. "Such investments represent a major burden for resource-holders all of which have their own development agendas and competing calls for funds. That is why maintaining oil prices at reasonable levels is vital. Recent production cuts by OPEC have led to oil prices stabilising at around $50 a barrel, a level which ...  >>MORE

GASCO plans to lift output by 25%

Posted on 18/04/2009

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company's (Adnoc) main natural gas subsidiary plans to raise production by 25 per cent over five years as increased oil drilling and a link-up with offshore fields lifts available supply. More supply from Abu Dhabi Gas Industries (GASCO) is needed both for the emirate's power stations and for Adnoc itself, which injects gas into oil reservoirs to squeeze out more hydrocarbons. Production capacity of natural gas, or methane, would increase to 3.75 billion cubic feet ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas announces first gas production from Al Basant, El Wastani East wells in Egypt

Posted on 06/04/2009

Dana Gas has announced that it had started its first production from the recent gas '&' condensate Al Basant discovery in the West Manzala Concession in the Nile Delta region of Egypt on March 31st, 2009. Al Basant-1 well was discovered in October 2008 and tested at a rate of 23.5 million standard cubic feet per day mmscfd gas and 1027 barrels per day condensate. The Al Basant-2 appraisal well was subsequently drilled, completed, and tested in December 2008 and additional gas was discovered in ...  >>MORE

ADNOC renews gas venture

Posted on 01/04/2009

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has renewed its joint venture with two foreign partners that processes much of the emirate's natural gas, according to WAM, the official news agency. Unlike Abu Dhabi's oil concessions, the Abu Dhabi Gas Industries (GASCO) contract, which has been renewed for 20 years, involves no ownership of hydrocarbon resources. The partner firms produce up to 2.2 billion cubic feet of gas per day in return for a fee and reimbursement for capital expenditure. The ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces nomination cut for May

Posted on 25/03/2009

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) announced yesterday it would cut crude supplies to its clients for May. ADNOC has advised its clients of a nomination cut during May of 15% for Murban, Lower Zakum and Umm Shaif and 10% for Upper Zakum. ADNOC said the cut in allocations is in line with the UAE commitment to OPEC's output quota. last year, OPEC trimmed output by 4.2 mbpd during a series of meetings it held in September, October and December. The group also decided in a meeting on 15 ...  >>MORE

Mubadala and Occidental sign oil recovery deal with Bahrain

Posted on 17/03/2009

Mubadala Development and the US oil firm Occidental Petroleum have signed an agreement with the Bahraini government to help boost production at the kingdom's main hydrocarbon reservoir. Together with the National Oil and Gas Authority of Bahrain, the two companies will invest US$1.5 billion (Dh5.51bn) into development of the onshore Awali field to raise oil production to 100,000 barrels per day (bpd), from about 35,000 bpd. Gas production will be increased above the existing 1.5 billion cubic ...  >>MORE

ADNOC plans 16 CNG filling stations

Posted on 16/03/2009

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) yesterday announced plans to build 16 eco-friendly Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) pumping stations as part of the drive to diversify sources of energy. In a press statement released to mark the GCC Traffic Week, celebrated in the UAE under the patronage of interior minister Lt. general H.H. Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the company said nine CNG stations will be built in Abu Dhabi, five in Sharjah, one in Al Ain, in addition to the existing Al Maha ...  >>MORE

Emarat slashes diesel price by 70 fils

Posted on 13/03/2009

Emirates General Petroleum Corporation (Emarat) will cut diesel price by 70 fils per gallon from March 16. Instead of the present Dh10.10, a gallon of diesel will be sold at Dh9.40 at all the Emarat filling stations in Dubai and northern emirates. Emarat's Corporate Communications Manager Hussain Kazim said the new price is introduced in the light of the fall in oil prices in world markets. – Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

US$375m UAE, Libyan oil refining JV set up

Posted on 10/03/2009

Libya's National Oil Corporation (NOC) and the UAE-based Trusta yesterday signed an agreement to set up a joint venture to develop the Ras Lanuf oil refinery in Libya. The agreement was signed by Dr Shukri Ghanem, Chairman of the NOC and Isa Abdullah Al Ghurair, Deputy Chairman of Trusta. The new joint venture company, named Lirco, will be established at a paid up capital of US$ 375 million. NOC and Trusa will own 50 percent each in the new company. – Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces new crude oil prices for February 2009

Posted on 04/03/2009

The Abu Dhabi national Oil Company (ADNOC) has announced the new government selling prices for crude oil FOB Abu Dhabi ports for the month of February 2009. "We are pleased to advise you that the Government selling prices for crude oil FOB Abu Dhabi ports for the month of February 2009 are as follows: Murban (US$44.95) per barrel, Lower Zakum (US$44.95) per barrel, Umm Shaif (US$44.15) per barrel and Upper Zakum (US$42.30) per barrel," a press release issued today by the ADNOC said. – Emirates ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces oil production cut

Posted on 27/02/2009

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has announced oil production cut beginning from April 2009. The move is in line with OPEC decision to cut production in a bid to stabilise oil prices on the international market. ADNOC said the rate of production cut from its various sources will be as follows: Murban 15%, Lower Zakum 15%, Umm Shaif 15%, while the Upper Zakum will have a 17% cut. It added that Murban, Lower Zakum, Umm Shaif and Upper Zakum cargoes will be treated at Max/-5% ...  >>MORE

IPIC partners with Restis Group of Greece

Posted on 27/02/2009

Abu Dhabi's International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) has announced that it will partner with Restis Group, Greece's fifth-largest shipping company, to co-invest in shipping, energy and transport. The non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed on February 23, 2009 between the two companies envisages joint co-operation in a number of areas, including storage, ship-building, pipelines and ports. It is anticipated that opportunities determined to be attractive by both ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas discovers 100 billion cubic feet of gas in Egypt

Posted on 24/02/2009

Dana Gas, the Middle East's first and largest regional private sector natural gas company, has announced another significant gas discovery in one of the company's concessions in the Egyptian Nile Delta. The Azhar-1 well is set to add up to 100 billion cubic feet (16 million barrels of oil equivalent) to the company's reserves in Egypt. This discovery comes soon after the announcement of a dry gas discovery at the West Manzala-2 well and three gas and condensate discoveries at the El Basant-1, ...  >>MORE

RAK Petroleum pumps Bukha oil

Posted on 18/02/2009

Petroleum PCL, the oil and gas exploration and production company, on Tuesday said it has begun production in the offshore West Bukha field in Oman's Block 8 in the Strait of Hormuz. "Initial flow rates are 10,000 barrels of 42 degree API gravity oil and 30 million cubic feet per day of associated gas from two wells produced through a recently installed six-slot unmanned platform located in 90 metres of water, some 25 kilometres from the Musandam Peninsula," the company said in a statement. ...  >>MORE

Dubai diesel prices cut by Dh0.75

Posted on 18/02/2009

Dubai-based oil retailers, Emirates General Petroleum Corporation (Emarat), Emirates National Oil Company (Enoc) and Emirates Petrochemical Products Company (Eppco), will drop their diesel prices at their outlets by Dh0.75 per gallon starting from tomorrow. The new reduction is the 15th of its kind to take place when international prices for crude oil have been surging since July 11 where they reached US$147.27 on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The new measure will bring the gallon of ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas announces further gas discovery in Egypt

Posted on 17/02/2009

Dana Gas, the Middle East's first and largest regional private sector natural gas company, has made its second gas discovery of 2009 in the West Manzala Concession in the Nile Delta region of Egypt. The discovery, named West Manzala-2 (Haggag prospect), has encountered approximately 20 billion cubic feet (bcf) of dry gas. The new well, which was spudded on January 18, is located a few hundred meters away from the gas sales pipeline leading from the company's South Manzala gas processing ...  >>MORE

17 natural gas stations for vehicles

Posted on 15/02/2009

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) is setting up 17 refuelling stations for Natural Gas for Vehicles (NGV) as part of its efforts to support the UAE government to improve the environment by developing the allied infrastructure. According to official sources all the 17 service stations will become operational by the end of the year and out of them 10 will be in Abu Dhabi, five in Sharjah and two in Al Ain. Among the 10 NGV refuelling stations allocated for Abu Dhabi, one has been ...  >>MORE

TAQA profits for 2008 grew by 89% to reach Dh 2 billion

Posted on 12/02/2009

Abu Dhabi National Energy Company PJSC, a publicly listed company on the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange (ADX: TAQA), reported preliminary financial results for the period ended 31 December 2008. These are unaudited preliminary results, subject to changes that may be caused from the final determination of certain accounting estimates, a company press release said yesterday. The company's preliminary profits for the year grew by 89% to reach Dh 2.0 billion in 2008. Preliminary revenues grew by ...  >>MORE

UAE supplied fifth of Japan's oil imports in December 08

Posted on 11/02/2009

The United Arab Emirates supplied fifth of Japan's imports of crude oil during last December, according to a statistical report released by the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade '&' Industry. The report said the UAE supplied over 26 million barrels of crude oil to Japan in December, representing fifth of its total imports of 128 million barrels for that month. It also showed that 90 percent of the country's oil supplies were provided by Middle East which means that the region secures 30 ...  >>MORE

Energy Minister to participate in London Energy Conference

Posted on 08/02/2009

Issues on energy and oil industry in the Gulf region, particularly oil industry policies of Saudi Arabia, Iran and Iraq, regarding their oil output expansion plans to supply sufficient crude oil on the world market and their ability to attract foreign investment will be the major issues of discussions at the Middle East and North Africa Energy Conference, to be organised on Monday in London by the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House), it was disclosed by oil sources in Abu ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces crude prices

Posted on 04/02/2009

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) announced yesterday the Government selling prices for crude oil FOB Abu Dhabi Ports for the month of January 2009. The company priced the Murban at US$ 45.85 per barrel, Lower Zakum at US$ 45.75, Umm Al Shaif at US$ 44.95 and Upper Zakum at US$ 42.60 per barrel. – Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

We are looking forward to defending the UAE petroleum, gas and oil industry exports: Hamili

Posted on 03/02/2009

UAE Energy Minister HE Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hamili, has stressed that the ministry would implement its three-year strategy to provide protection for the UAE oil, gas and oil industry exports from negative impacts of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. In line with National Media Council's programme to boost cooperation and partnership with the governmental institutions, Al Hamili told Emirates News Agency (WAM) "the Ministry of Energy is keen through its work team to ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas annual revenues grow to Dh 1.14 billion

Posted on 02/02/2009

Dana Gas PJSC has announced preliminary results for the year ended 31 December 2008, posting revenue from oil and gas production of Dh 1.14 billion, an increase of 10% over the previous year. Earnings before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization (EBITDAX) reflecting cash flows from operations in 2008 increased by twenty per cent during the year to reach Dh 575 million. Net profit for the year was Dh 120 million, an annual increase of 8 percent, after finance charges of Dh 263 ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces oil production cut

Posted on 30/01/2009

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has announced oil production cut beginning from March 2009. The move is in line with OPEC decision to cut production in a bid to stabilise oil prices on the international market. ADNOC said the rate of production cut from its various sources will be as follows: Murban 10%, Lower Zakum 10%, Umm Shaif 10%, while the Upper Zakum will have a 15% cut. It added that Murban, Lower Zakum, Umm Shaif and Upper Zakum cargoes will be treated at Max/-5% ...  >>MORE

Natural gas stations ready by end of year

Posted on 28/01/2009

As many as 10,000 cars a day could be fuelled with compressed natural gas (CNG) instead of petrol within a year, energy officials said yesterday. The nation's leading oil company, Adnoc, plans to build 16 CNG pumping stations by year-end, marking the start of a national distribution network. "In Adnoc Distribution we are actually starting a new business,” said Clark Munro, a sales engineer from Adnoc Distribution's natural gas division, as he announced the plans at the City Gas Mena ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas signs offshore exploration agreement

Posted on 28/01/2009

Dana Gas, the Middle East's first and largest regional private-sector natural gas company, is moving ahead with plans for exploration and development of the Western offshore concession in Sharjah. This follows the signing of a 25-year concession agreement between Dana Gas and the government of Sharjah in March 2008, giving the firm a 50 per cent working interest in the project. The agreement covers a total offshore area of over 1,000 square kilometres and includes the Zora gas field in ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi says oil project cost slashed 20 per cent

Posted on 27/01/2009

A sharp decline in construction costs because of the global financial crisis allowed Abu Dhabi to save nearly 20 per cent of the value of a major crude capacity expansion project, an official said yesterday. The government-controlled Abu Dhabi Onshore Oil Operations Company (Adco), the largest oil producer in the UAE, said two large contracts awarded to foreign companies on Saturday were part of a massive investment programme totalling nearly Dh45 billion to lift the company's sustainable oil ...  >>MORE

ADCO to raise output capacity to 1.8 mbpd by 2016

Posted on 27/01/2009

Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil operations (ADCO) is planning to raise its oil output capacity from 1.5 mbpd to 1.8 mbpd by end of 2016, its General Manager Abdul Munim Al Kindy disclosed yesterday. 'The production boost will be part of a massive Dh 45 billion (US$12 bn) development and expansion plan,' Al Kindi said in a press statement. 'Financing of these projects will be secured through ADCO's partners without borrowing from the international markets. We have ample funds to finance our ...  >>MORE

Dolphin Energy is awarded title, 'Gas Supplier of the Year'

Posted on 27/01/2009

Dolphin Energy Limited received last night the prestigious award of 'Gas Industry Supplier of the Year' during the 'City Gas Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Summit,' currently taking place in Abu Dhabi. The presentation was made to Ahmed Matar Al Mazrouei, Dolphin Energy's Vice President of Marketing and Commercial, by Mark Hopes, a senior board member of the Institute of Gas Engineers and Managers (IGEM), which is officially supporting the event. The ceremony was held at Abu Dhabi's ...  >>MORE

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Dana Gas achieves revenues of Dh247 million in first three months


Abu Dhabi’s plan to build Pakistan refinery on track


ADNOC's projects on track: Al Ramhi


Emarat expands Fujairah oil products’ storage capacity


UAE annual growth rate 4.4-5% in 2010


Dana Gas production in Egypt climbs by 20pc


Enoc subsidiary and Horizon inaugurate chemical terminals


ADNOC announces nomination cut for June


Abu Dhabi's Ipic raising new loan of up to US$5b


Enoc Bunkering International LLC resumes operations


UAE slashed output by 290,000 bpd in February


Enoc eyes production capacity of 120,000 bpd by year-end


Oil industry needs new heavy investment to keep prices stable: Hameli


GASCO plans to lift output by 25%


Dana Gas announces first gas production from Al Basant, El Wastani East wells in Egypt


ADNOC renews gas venture


ADNOC announces nomination cut for May


Mubadala and Occidental sign oil recovery deal with Bahrain


ADNOC plans 16 CNG filling stations


Emarat slashes diesel price by 70 fils


US$375m UAE, Libyan oil refining JV set up


ADNOC announces new crude oil prices for February 2009


ADNOC announces oil production cut


IPIC partners with Restis Group of Greece


Dana Gas discovers 100 billion cubic feet of gas in Egypt


RAK Petroleum pumps Bukha oil


Dubai diesel prices cut by Dh0.75


Dana Gas announces further gas discovery in Egypt


17 natural gas stations for vehicles


TAQA profits for 2008 grew by 89% to reach Dh 2 billion


UAE supplied fifth of Japan's oil imports in December 08


Energy Minister to participate in London Energy Conference


ADNOC announces crude prices


We are looking forward to defending the UAE petroleum, gas and oil industry exports: Hamili


Dana Gas annual revenues grow to Dh 1.14 billion


ADNOC announces oil production cut


Natural gas stations ready by end of year


Dana Gas signs offshore exploration agreement


Abu Dhabi says oil project cost slashed 20 per cent


ADCO to raise output capacity to 1.8 mbpd by 2016


Dolphin Energy is awarded title, 'Gas Supplier of the Year'