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THE ECONOMY - OIL AND GAS

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

ADCO awards EPC contracts for development of three fields

Posted on 26/01/2009

The Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil operations (ADCO) has proceeded with its approved plans and has awarded two Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contracts for the development of its Sahil, Asab and Shah Fields. The Asab Field Development Project has been awarded to Petrofac International Ltd. at a lump sum price of US$2.3 billion while the Sahil and Shah Fields Development Project has been awarded to a consortium of Tecnicas Reunidas and CCC at a lump sum price of US$1.2 ...  >>MORE

Borouge expansion projects under way

Posted on 21/01/2009

Abu Dhabi's main petrochemicals producer said yesterday it was pushing ahead with long-term projects to expand its production despite the global financial crisis and the ensuing steep decline in crude oil demand. Borouge, one of the world's largest fertilizer producers, said a multi-billion dollar expansion venture to nearly triple the company's output capacity is under way and will be completed on time in 2010, a Borouge official said. Another ambitious programme to double production beyond ...  >>MORE

Oil retailers to reduce diesel prices by 50 fils

Posted on 20/01/2009

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 retail outlets by Dh0.50 per gallon starting tomorrow. The new reduction is the 14th of its kind to take place when international prices for crude oil have been surging since July 11 when they touched US$147.27 (Dh541) on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The new measure will bring the ...  >>MORE

Dubai signs US$16b pact to develop oil and gas infrastructure in Nigeria

Posted on 19/01/2009

Dubai World has signed a Dh58.7 billion (US$16 billion) agreement with the government of Nigeria to develop oil and gas infrastructure in the country. Nigeria is Africa's top crude producer, churning out around two million barrels of crude oil each day. It is likely that the agreement will focus on the upstream oil and gas sectors and the development of gas utilisation projects. Dubai Natural Resources World (DNRW), created in 2005 under the umbrella of Dubai World, will manage the ...  >>MORE

ExxonMobil demonstrates energy efficiency expertise at World Future Energy Summit

Posted on 15/01/2009

ExxonMobil will demonstrate its expertise and commitment to energy efficiency, both in its operations and in consumers' use of its products, at its exhibit at the 2009 World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi from January 19-21, 2009. The exhibit showcases ExxonMobil's proactive approach to reducing its own energy use as well as assisting consumers of hydrocarbon-based fuels in reducing their energy use. On display will be a prototype automobile featuring parts made from ExxonMobil lightweight ...  >>MORE

New Dana Gas discoveries expected to double Company's Egypt gas reserves

Posted on 13/01/2009

Dana Gas has announced that its current drilling campaign in Egypt has led to yet another significant gas and condensate discovery at its Salma-1 well in its Nile Delta Concession. The news follows closely on last month's announcement by the company of a significant discovery of gas and condensate reserves, estimated in excess of 130 billion cubic feet (bcf) of gas, at its El Basant-2 well, also in the Nile Delta Concession. The Salma-1 well is the Company's second well drilled in the West ...  >>MORE

UAE and Qatar will lead demand for oil in Gulf this year

Posted on 12/01/2009

The UAE and Qatar will lead the 18 million barrels a day growth in oil demand in the Gulf in 2009, energy analysis firm PFC energy said in its latest report. The Washington-based company said diesel and jet fuel will lead the overall growth in demand for fuel oil in the GCC in 2009. The growth in demand though 30 per cent lower than the figures in 2007-2008, would come when countries across the world will see a fall in demand. PFC energy identified three factors that will contribute to the ...  >>MORE

UAE says it is less hurt by oil's fall than others

Posted on 10/01/2009

The UAE will be "less afflicted" than other oil producers by falling prices due to its economic diversification, and the credit crisis won't halt infrastructure spending, the UAE's ambassador to the US said. "We're well on our way to making sure that price fluctuations, whether they're big or small, do not affect the overall economic livelihood of the UAE," Yousuf Al Otaiba said yesterday in a Bloomberg News interview in New York. Some 65 per cent of the UAE's gross domestic product (GDP) ...  >>MORE

Experts say petrol price cut in the UAE is unlikely

Posted on 10/01/2009

Despite a precipitous fall in international oil prices in recent months, prices in the UAE are unlikely to be cut any time soon as oil retailers' margins continue to be under pressure, say industry experts. Fuel prices in the UAE can only be changed by the Federal Government. Petrol currently sells in the UAE in a price range of Dh5.75 per gallon and Dh6.75 per gallon. The variation in prices is due to different fuel grades. "The oil retailers probably are still losing money on gasoline sales ...  >>MORE

Dubai crude prices may hover at US$50 per barrel in 2009: report

Posted on 01/01/2009

Seoul - The price of Dubai brand crude is expected to hover at around US$50 per barrel next year as sluggish economic growth affects consumption, the Korea Energy Economic Institute (KEEI) said Wednesday. The S. Korean state-run energy think tank said in a report that the average price for the Middle East benchmark crude may reach US$51.9 for the whole of 2009. This is lower than the US$60 per barrel estimated by experts from the government, the Korea National Oil Corp., KEEI, the Bank of ...  >>MORE

UAE energy demand soars but output drops

Posted on 31/12/2008

Strong economic performance has allied with high population growth to boost energy consumption in the UAE by more than 27 per cent in five years but production has declined, official figures showed yesterday. The decline in production, mainly crude oil and the accompanying natural gas liquids (NGLs), was largely a result of output curbs by the 12-nation Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries in a bid to keep oil prices high, according to the figures by the Organisation of Arab Petroleum ...  >>MORE

Emarat slashes diesel prices again

Posted on 30/12/2008

Emirates General Petroleum Corporation (Emarat) announced yesterday a second cut in diesel prices within a fortnight. From tomorrow, the diesel will cost Dh 11.35 a gallon instead of Dh 12.35 at all Emarat stations in Dubai and northern emirates, an official said on Monday. This is the 12th time Emarat reduces the diesel prices within the last few months. Hussain Kazim, Emarat's Corporate Communications Manager, said the move was taken after Emarat reviewed the developments and changes in oil ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas announces new gas discovery in Egypt

Posted on 30/12/2008

Dana Gas, the Middle East's first and largest regional private sector natural gas company, has announced a significant gas and condensate discovery at its El Basant-2 well in the Nile Delta Concession in Egypt. The El Basant-2 well, located 1.4 kilometres northeast of the El Basant-1 discovery (previously known as El Tawil-1) in the West El Manzala Concession, was spudded on 6 December 2008, reaching a total depth of 3,050 meters and encountered 37 metres of net sand pay with good porosity and ...  >>MORE

Adnoc oil revenues slip on global trend

Posted on 28/12/2008

The official selling price (OSP) of Abu Dhabi's crude oil grades averaged US$101.52 a barrel between January and November, 5.05 per cent lower than the January-October average of US$106.65 a barrel, latest data extrapolated from the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) reveals. Adnoc's crude grade prices have been coming down in line with the steadily falling international oil prices due to the global financial crisis which has triggered fears of a long global recession. The average OSP of ...  >>MORE

ADNOC to cut oil production from Murban and Upper Zakum

Posted on 27/12/2008

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, ADNOC, will cut oil production from Upper Zakum and Murban with effect from January 2009, a statement issued by the company has said, attributing the move to a decision taken by the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to reduce production from January 2009. "In accordance with OPEC decision to reduce production, we regret to advise you the following cut for your January 2009 allocations, Murban 15% and Upper Zakum 3%," an ADNOC circular to ...  >>MORE

Khalifa chairs Supreme Petroleum Council meeting

Posted on 24/12/2008

President HH Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, in his capacity as the Ruler of Abu Dhabi, chaired yesterday a meeting of the Supreme Petroleum Council (SPC) at the Al-Bateen Palace in the presence of General HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces. The SPC reviewed the current developments in the oil market, and discussed a number of projects being carried out by the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and its ...  >>MORE

Taqa, Gazprom sign gas deal

Posted on 23/12/2008

Russia's Gazprom has signed an agreement to supply gas to a massive underground storage facility being developed in the Netherlands by the Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (Taqa). Gazprom will deliver what is known as cushion gas, which will provide the level of pressurisation needed to enable the centre to start commercial storage activities. Taqa is transforming a depleted gas reservoir at Bergermeer into Europe's largest storage facility and has established a consortium to help run the ...  >>MORE

Hamili arrives Algeria for OPEC meet

Posted on 16/12/2008

UAE Minister of Energy H.E. Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hamili arrived in Oran yesterday to participate in the extraordinary meeting of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) next Wednesday. Energy and Mining Minister and Current president of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), Chakib Khelil, reaffirmed Monday in Oran (432km west of Algiers) OPEC members' consensus on reducing output quota so as to counter oil prices downtrend. In its last meeting in Vienna ...  >>MORE

Emarat to slash diesel price

Posted on 16/12/2008

Emirates General Petroleum Corporation (Emarat) will cut diesel price by Dh 1 per gallon from Thursday. Instead of the present Dh 13.35, a gallon of diesel will be sold at Dh 12.35 at all the Emarat filling stations in Dubai and northern emirates. Diesel will cost Dh12.35 a gallon instead of Dh13.35 at Emarat stations in Dubai and northern emirates from Thursday. Emarat's Corporate Communications Manager Hussain Kazim said the new price is introduced in the light of the fall in oil prices ...  >>MORE

UAE gas output rises by 10bcm in five years

Posted on 15/12/2008

The UAE has increased its natural gas production by more than 10 billion cubic metres (bcm) a year over the past five years to meet the rapid growth in local consumption and exports, according to official figures. From around 64bcm in 2003, the country's gas output recorded a steady growth in the following years before peaking at nearly 74.6bcm, showed the figures by the Ministry of Economy, citing Opec estimates. The 2007 production included around 50.2bcm of marketed gas and 17.7bcm of gas ...  >>MORE

UAE's oil output fell 10.43% last month

Posted on 13/12/2008

The UAE's oil output fell 10.43 per cent in November to 2.3 million barrels per day (bpd), the International Energy Agency (IEA) said in its latest oil market report. The fall was due to the UAE's implementation of crude oil supply cuts in line with the October decision of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). Officials at the UAE's Ministry of Energy and executives at the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc), which produces nearly 94 per cent of the country's oil, were ...  >>MORE

TAQA and RBS Sempra Commodities announce creation of TAQA Gen X joint venture

Posted on 11/12/2008

Abu Dhabi National Energy Company PJSC (TAQA), a global energy company, and RBS Sempra Commodities, a leading commodity company, yesterday announced the creation of TAQA Gen X, a joint venture focused on investments in the downstream energy business in North America. TAQA Gen X also announced its first investment today; an agreement to acquire from JPMorgan all of the outstanding equity interest in JPMorgan's indirect subsidiary BE Red Oak Holding LLC, which will result in the transfer of ...  >>MORE

UAE to upgrade two refineries by 2011

Posted on 11/12/2008

The UAE will upgrade two of its refineries by 2011 to meet the surge in domestic demand for oil products, the International Energy Agency (IEA) has said. In its timetable for scheduled upgrades in global refining capacity, the Paris-based IEA, which advises 28 industrialised nations of the world on energy policy, said expansion at the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company's (Adnoc) Ruwais refinery is scheduled to be completed during the fourth quarter of 2011, while the hydrotreating expansion at the ...  >>MORE

UAE to host region's first biodiesel plant

Posted on 08/12/2008

The first UAE-based biodiesel plant in the GCC region will produce 3 million gallons annually of environmentally-friendlier diesel to power vehicles, drastically reducing greenhouse gas emission due to its less toxic content, by next year. Biodiesel is made from a variety of organic sources such as vegetable oils, inedible oils and other biomass and can be blended with petrodiesel by up to 20 per cent for use in vehicles without any alteration to the engine. Emirates Biodiesel LLC (EmBio) ...  >>MORE

TAQA completes acquisition of North Sea assets

Posted on 04/12/2008

The Abu Dhabi National Energy Company PJSC (TAQA), a publicly listed company on the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange, announced today that its wholly owned subsidiary, TAQA Bratani Limited (TAQA Bratani), has completed its $631 million acquisition of seven oil fields from Shell U.K. Limited and Esso Exploration and Production (UK) Limited. The sale includes 100% interest and operatorship of the Tern, Kestrel, Eider, Cormorant North, South Cormorant and Pelican Fields, and a combined 26.73% ...  >>MORE

ADNOC implements unique projects to reduce carbon emissions

Posted on 03/12/2008

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) will implement all its future projects according to the framework of the Kyoto Agreement's Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) related to the reduction of carbon emissions. Applying this in line with the directives of H.E. Yousef Omair bin Yousef, Secretary General of the Supreme Petroleum Council (SPC) and CEO of ADNOC, the company will be cooperating with the Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company (MASDAR) and Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD). 'This ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces prices of crude oil for November

Posted on 02/12/2008

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), announced today the prices of its crudes oil for November. According to a company statement, the prices are as follow: Murban US$51. 40 per a barrel, Lower Zakum US$51.25, Umm Shaif US$ 50.35 and Upper Zakum US$ 47.85 per a barrel. – Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi's IPIC to buy stake in Oil Search

Posted on 26/11/2008

Abu Dhabi-based International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) said on Tuesday it plans to acquire a 17.6 per cent stake in Oil Search Limited, a company listed on the Australian Securities Exchange. IPIC and the Papua New Guinea (PNG) government - through its nominee, Independent Public Business Corporation - signed an agreement under which, subject to certain conditions, the acquisition will be completed, a statement said. "The acquisition is structured by way of a five-year exchangeable ...  >>MORE

Dubai set to cut diesel price by Dho.6o per gallon

Posted on 21/11/2008

Dubai oil retailers have decided to cut diesel prices by Dho.6o per gallon effective on Sunday to reflect the current downturn in international oil prices at the local pumps, an oil company executive and a pump attendant in Dubai told Gulf News on Thursday. The oil retailing companies Emirates National Oil Company (Enoc), Emirates Petroleum Products Company (Eppco) and Emarat will lower the selling price of diesel to Dh13.35 per gallon from Dh13.95 per gallon, said an executive at Eppco. A ...  >>MORE

Adnoc sets term naphtha premium 75%-80% lower

Posted on 21/11/2008

Singapore: Abu Dhabi National Oil Co (Adnoc) has announced its January-December 2009 term naphtha premium at US$3.00-US$5.00 a tonne to Middle East quotes, on a free-on-board (FOB) basis, sharply lower than its June-December 2008 prices, traders said yesterday. The firm has pegged the offer for its pentane-plus naphtha at US$5.00 a tonne premium, low-sulphur naphtha at US$4.00 a tonne premium and splitter naphtha at US$3.00 a tonne premium. These fresh offers are 75-80 per cent lower than ...  >>MORE

Diesel prices to be cut by 60 fils to Dh13.35

Posted on 20/11/2008

The price of diesel at the pumps in Dubai will fall by 60 fils to Dh13.35 per gallon on Sunday. The cut – the 11th since the crude oil price peaked at US$147.27 on July 11 – has been confirmed by Emirates General Petroleum Corporation (Emarat), Emirates National Oil Company (Enoc) and Emirates Petrochemical Products Company (Eppco). The price will fall from the current Dh13.95 per gallon. The Dubai-based retailers base their prices on the Brent Crude Oil Index, which has been declining ...  >>MORE

Ras Al Khaimah signs new exploration and production agreement

Posted on 20/11/2008

The Government of the Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah announced yesterday that it had concluded a concession agreement with RAK Petroleum Al Khaleej Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of RAK Petroleum PCL, granting it a 25-year petroleum concession in the Emirate. "We are pleased that a company that bears the name Ras Al Khaimah will have the opportunity to explore for and hopefully develop the hydrocarbon resources of our Emirate," declared His Highness Sheikh Saud bin Saqr al Qasimi, Crown Prince ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas achieves revenue of Dh 901 million in first nine Months

Posted on 16/11/2008

Dana Gas PJSC, the Middle East's largest regional private sector natural gas company, has announced quarterly results to September 30, 2008, posting revenue from oil and gas production of Dh 320 million, a 16 per cent increase over the same period last year. Earnings before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization (EBITDA) reflecting cash flows from operations for the third quarter of 2008 increased by 32 per cent to Dh 145 million compared to Dh 110 million in the same period last ...  >>MORE

Taqa revenues to exceed Dh17bn by year-end

Posted on 16/11/2008

An aggressive investment drive will boost the revenues of the Abu Dhabi Energy Company (Taqa) to more than Dh17 billion by the year-end, while its assets will exceed Dh90bn, according to key Gulf investment firm. Net profits are projected to hit an all-time high of Dh2.66bn and the bulk of them would be generated from oil, gas and electricity, the Kuwaiti-based Global Investment House (GIH) said in a 20-page study on the government-controlled Taqa, sent to Emirates Business yesterday. Its ...  >>MORE

Diesel prices to drop by 60 fils

Posted on 09/11/2008

Dubai-based oil retailers Emarat, Emirates National Oil Company (Enoc) and Emirates Petrochemical Products Company (Eppco) will drop their diesel prices at the pump by Dh0.60 per gallon starting tomorrow. The new measure, which is the 10th of its kind to take place since international prices for crude oil reached around $150 per barrel in July before starting a decline, will bring the current price of diesel at the three companies' outlets in Dubai and the northern emirates to Dh13.95 from ...  >>MORE

Adnoc subsidiary in productivity deal with Kuwait firm

Posted on 08/11/2008

Abu Dhabi, Nov 8, 2008 (WAM) - Esnaad, a subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc), said on Friday it has signed a business collaboration agreement with Kuwait's Napesco International Petroleum Company under which Napesco will provide oil well stimulation and other services to another Adnoc unit - Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil Operations (Adco) according to a report in Gulf News. "The alliance with Nap-esco is for two years and it can be extended by another year. ...  >>MORE

ADNOC hail the country's leadership for unlimited support to oil '&' gas sector

Posted on 07/11/2008

ADNOC and its Group of Companies have extended their deep appreciation to President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Chairman of the Supreme Petroleum Council, for his unlimited support for the oil and gas sector in the country, particularly ADNOC and its Group of Companies. ADNOC and its Group of Companies have also expressed thankfulness to His Highness's sponsorship of the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition '&' Conference 2008 (ADIPEC), held on November 3-6, 2008 ...  >>MORE

ADIPEC 2008 closes after a record week

Posted on 07/11/2008

ADIPEC 2008 (Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference) was without doubt the most successful to date, organisers said. The 4-day event started on a high note, with the official opening by HH General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces. Later that day, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown addressed the Executive Plenary Session on "Working Together to Deliver Sustainable Growth: Innovative Teams and ...  >>MORE

Taqa eyes nearly US$1bn energy acquisitions

Posted on 06/11/2008

Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (Taqa) is eyeing acquisitions under US$1 billion (Dh3.6bn) in energy companies struggling to cope with the global financial turmoil, the chief executive said. The company, which owns power plants in the Abu Dhabi and has oil and gas operations overseas, sees the acquisitions taking place sometime in the fourth quarter of 2008, or the first quarter of 2009, Peter Barker-Homek told Reuters Middle East Investment Summit by phone from Morocco. "Money is not a ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas increases operated gas production by over 50 per cent

Posted on 05/11/2008

Dana Gas, the Middle East's first and largest regional private-sector natural gas Company, yesterday announced that its aggressive growth strategy, driven by a capital investment programme approaching US$500 million, is delivering strong results. The gross operated gas production from operations in Egypt and the Kurdistan Region of Iraq has reached 220 million standard cubic feet per day (mmscfd), totalling more than 40,000 barrels of oil equivalent (boe) per day, an increase of over 50 per ...  >>MORE

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


ADCO awards EPC contracts for development of three fields


Borouge expansion projects under way


Oil retailers to reduce diesel prices by 50 fils


Dubai signs US$16b pact to develop oil and gas infrastructure in Nigeria


ExxonMobil demonstrates energy efficiency expertise at World Future Energy Summit


New Dana Gas discoveries expected to double Company's Egypt gas reserves


UAE and Qatar will lead demand for oil in Gulf this year


UAE says it is less hurt by oil's fall than others


Experts say petrol price cut in the UAE is unlikely


Dubai crude prices may hover at US$50 per barrel in 2009: report


UAE energy demand soars but output drops


Emarat slashes diesel prices again


Dana Gas announces new gas discovery in Egypt


Adnoc oil revenues slip on global trend


ADNOC to cut oil production from Murban and Upper Zakum


Khalifa chairs Supreme Petroleum Council meeting


Taqa, Gazprom sign gas deal


Hamili arrives Algeria for OPEC meet


Emarat to slash diesel price


UAE gas output rises by 10bcm in five years


UAE's oil output fell 10.43% last month


TAQA and RBS Sempra Commodities announce creation of TAQA Gen X joint venture


UAE to upgrade two refineries by 2011


UAE to host region's first biodiesel plant


TAQA completes acquisition of North Sea assets


ADNOC implements unique projects to reduce carbon emissions


ADNOC announces prices of crude oil for November


Abu Dhabi's IPIC to buy stake in Oil Search


Dubai set to cut diesel price by Dho.6o per gallon


Adnoc sets term naphtha premium 75%-80% lower


Diesel prices to be cut by 60 fils to Dh13.35


Ras Al Khaimah signs new exploration and production agreement


Dana Gas achieves revenue of Dh 901 million in first nine Months


Taqa revenues to exceed Dh17bn by year-end


Diesel prices to drop by 60 fils


Adnoc subsidiary in productivity deal with Kuwait firm


ADNOC hail the country's leadership for unlimited support to oil '&' gas sector


ADIPEC 2008 closes after a record week


Taqa eyes nearly US$1bn energy acquisitions


Dana Gas increases operated gas production by over 50 per cent