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THE ECONOMY - OIL AND GAS

ENOC to introduce self-service at 10 select service stations

Posted on 07/08/2008

In keeping with international trends, ENOC recently announced that the company will be implementing the self-service concept for buying fuel at select stations in Dubai and the Northern Emirates. The pilot project will commence at three sites in Dubai and seven in the Northern Emirates on August 12, 2008. The 10 ENOC service stations where the self-service scheme will be introduced include Al Bada'a, opposite Jumeirah Jail, Al Manara on Jumeirah Beach Road, Al Hashimi, behind Sahara Centre, Al ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces crude retrospective prices for July

Posted on 06/08/2008

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) yesterday announced the retrospective prices for the month of July 2008 for Abu Dhabi's four main grades of crude oil. The prices (FOB Abu Dhabi ports) for the onshore Murban crude was set at US$137.35 per barrel, while prices for the three offshore crudes were set at US$137.25 for Lower Zakum, US$136.35 for Umm Shaif and US$131.65 for Upper Zakum. – Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

ADNOC-FOD launches e-diesel Rahal card

Posted on 05/08/2008

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company for Distribution (Adnoc-Fod) will stop selling diesel for cash from 15th this month as it is launching an e-payment system from tomorrow 5th August. A grace period of ten days has been announced to facilitate transition from cash purchase to e-payment. The Rahal e-Diesel card is intended to systematise selling diesel at ADNOC-FOD filling stations across the country, a statement said. Customers will be given the option of buying the pre-paid cards in three ...  >>MORE

Demand for fuel in UAE increased 4.6% in 2007

Posted on 04/08/2008

UAE fuel demand grew by around 4.6 per cent to more than 223,000 barrels per day in 2007 and industry sources expect it to swell by over five per cent this year. From nearly 213,900 bpd in 2006, consumption of petrol, kerosene, diesel and other refined products increased to a record 223,800 bpd in 2007, the ministry of economy said in a new statistical report yesterday. The demand last year was nearly 100,000 bpd higher than the consumption of around 127,000 bpd in 1999, the report said. It ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas and Crescent Petroleum to establish Kurdistan Gas City

Posted on 30/07/2008

Gas Cities LLC, a joint venture between Dana Gas PJSC and its partner Crescent Petroleum, announced yesterday that the 461 million square foot site for the Kurdistan Gas City has been officially assigned by the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), for development by Gas Cities LLC, following extensive surveys that have been completed on potential sites within the Kurdistan Region of Iraq The Kurdistan Gas City is a major new sustainable and synergistic gas-utilization industrial complex to be ...  >>MORE

E-Marine upgrades cable vessel for offshore oilfields

Posted on 30/07/2008

Submarine cable installer and repairer E-Marine has upgraded its vessel Niwa to enable it to operate close to oil and gas platforms. The computer-controlled dynamic positioning (DP) II system, which automatically maintains a ship's position by using her propellers and thrusters, has been fitted. As a result Niwa will be able to install, repair and maintain telecom and power cables in offshore oilfields. "The completion of the DP II upgrade raises the benchmark for oilfield cable services in ...  >>MORE

Khalifa refinery to expand

Posted on 25/07/2008

The latest cost estimates of US$5 billion for setting up an oil refinery project by Abu Dhabi's International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) will increase substantially, as the project now will include a petrochemical city, power generation plant, a port and other necessary infrastructure, said Ahsan Ullah Khan Pakistan's outgoing ambassador. "The additional features of the Khalifa Coastal Refinery being built at Hub near Karachi, by IPIC and Pak-Arab Refinery Company (Parco), will swell ...  >>MORE

ENOC adopts unique 'go green' initiative

Posted on 24/07/2008

Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC), the Dubai Government-owned, diversified Energy Group, recently launched 'Go Green', a waterless car wash initiative that allows car owners to have their cars cleaned and shined without using a single drop of water. The new concept saves water and prevents detergents from polluting the environment with its new No-Wet technique, an all-in-one eco-friendly car wash liquid. No-Wet is made from seventeen major active ingredients including Kaolin Clay, a ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi, Kazakhstan set up US$1b energy investment fund

Posted on 22/07/2008

In line with the directives of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan and General HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, the government of Abu Dhabi, represented by the International Petroleum Investments Company (IPIC) has signed an agreement with the Government of Kazakhstan to establish a US$1 billion joint fund for investment in energy and other sectors. The agreement comes within the ...  >>MORE

Traders hit hard by diesel prices

Posted on 22/07/2008

Diesel is giving headache not only to drivers of commercial vehicles, but also to traders as they are now feeling the pinch of the price rise, according to sources. As a result, a leading transport company has recently asked a supermarket chain to increase the transport charges by 30 per cent. In a letter, the company said it would charge Dh1,500 for a trip between Dubai and Abu Dhabi instead of Dh1,100, an increase of Dh400, as diesel prices have become unbearable. The informal transport ...  >>MORE

UAE to shut 150,000-200,000 bpd oil output Oct-Nov

Posted on 22/07/2008

The United Arab Emirates will reduce oil output by 150,000 to 200,000 barrels per day for 40 days in October and November for maintenance, an official at state oil company ADNOC said on Monday. The scheduled shutdown will cut oil output from the world's fifth-largest oil exporter by up to 7.5 percent. The OPEC-member pumped around 2.6 million bpd in June, a Reuters survey showed. ‘It's for 40 days, around 150,000 to 200,000 bpd,' the official at Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) said, ...  >>MORE

Adnoc offers extra oil ahead of maintenance

Posted on 20/07/2008

Tokyo/Singapore: Abu Dhabi National Oil Co (Adnoc) has offered Japanese term lifters extra crude above the full contracted volumes for September, ahead of oilfield maintenance from October, industry sources said on Friday. Abu Dhabi, the main oil producer for Opec-member, has proposed additional volumes of Umm Shaif and Lower Zakum grades to a Japanese lifter worth about 5-10 per cent of the full contracted volumes, one of the sources said. A second Japanese lifter received offers for ...  >>MORE

Adnoc restricts diesel sale at Sharjah stations

Posted on 15/07/2008

State oil company Adnoc is restricting the sale of in-demand diesel in Sharjah and the Northern Emirates to between the hours of 11pm and 6am. The move comes as heavy trucks and transport vehicles cause tailbacks at filling stations as they fight for limited supplies. Across the UAE – outside of Dubai – lorry drivers were queuing for as long as 12 hours to fill their tanks with cut-price diesel supplied by Adnoc. Vehicles have been flooding into Adnoc stations as its competitors, which buy at ...  >>MORE

Dolphin Energy concludes tender evaluation for construction contract for Taweelah - Fujairah Gas Pipeline

Posted on 14/07/2008

Dolphin Energy Limited announced today that it is in the process of concluding the evaluation of Priced Tenders for the construction contract of its new Taweelah to Fujairah Gas Pipeline (TFP) across the UAE. Five Priced Tenders from international construction companies have been received by Dolphin Energy of which three are within a competitive range. They are: Consolidated Contractors International (CCC), Greece; Stroytransgaz (STG) of Russia and Saipem/Snamprogetti of Italy. The award is ...  >>MORE

UAE oil consumption grew 7.7% in 2007, says BP

Posted on 13/07/2008

The UAE posted one of the Middle East's highest oil consumption growth rates in 2007, according to a new report. The 7.7 per cent increase to 450,000 barrels per day (bpd) – significantly above the 10-year average – reflects the country's continued strong economic growth, says the 2008 BP Statistical Review of World Energy. The jump mirrors a worldwide trend of rising demand from emerging markets. The UAE was the GCC's second largest oil producer in 2007, with output averaging 2.9 million bpd ...  >>MORE

Gas prices go up in Dubai

Posted on 13/07/2008

A hike of up to 20 per cent in the prices of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cylinders, which came into effect last month, has added extra burden on the family budget of many. The price of the 22kg cylinder, which was Dh98 last month, has now shot up to Dh105, residents said. An official of the Emirates Gas, a leading supplier of LPG cylinders in the region, told Khaleej Times that the rising prices of crude oil, transportation costs and a hike in the DEWA (Dubai Electricity and Water Authority) ...  >>MORE

ADNOC unveils new measures

Posted on 12/07/2008

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) unveiled it is about to take new measures to curb congestion at its fuel stations nationwide amid increasing demand for diesel triggered by the economic boom in all sectors. It announced in a statement Saturday that it has commenced taking measures by specifying appropriate timing for fuelling of the heavy-duty vehicles at the highway fuel stations far from urban gatherings to curb traffic jams, adding that more diesel pumps will be provided to the fuel ...  >>MORE

Government of Sharjah, BP Sharjah ink farm-out agreement with RAK Petroleum

Posted on 10/07/2008

The Government of the Emirate of Sharjah and BP Sharjah Limited have concluded a farm-out agreement for 20 years with RAK Petroleum PCL to create a new, 34 sq km, East Sajaa Concession. RAK Petroleum will drill for gas in the concession area, with any discoveries to be processed through the existing Sajaa Plant operated by BP Sharjah Limited. RAK Petroleum PCL holds a 55% stake and operatorship in the new concession, with the Government of Sharjah and BP Sharjah Limited holding 27% and 18% ...  >>MORE

ADNOC selects ConocoPhillips as a partner in the development of Shah Gas Field

Posted on 09/07/2008

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and ConocoPhillips, USA, yesterday signed an interim agreement for developing Shah gas field in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Under the interim agreement, ADNOC and ConocoPhillips will jointly share the cost of the Shah Gas field development project. Completion of final joint venture agreements between the two parties is expected by year-end. This large-scale project involves the development of sour gas reservoirs within the Shah field, ...  >>MORE

Ipic's Dh5.5bn global fund to help use flaring gas for power generation

Posted on 08/07/2008

Abu Dhabi Government-owned International Petroleum Investment Company (Ipic) has launched a Dh5.5 billion ($1.5bn) global fund with its proceeds diverted towards saving and storing crude oil flaring gas for fuelling electricity generation and industrial use. The fund, called Mena Associated Gas and Global Environment Fund (Agef), was yesterday formed and launched in a joint venture between Ipic and Man Group, a United Kingdom-based alternative investment firm. The fund will invest in projects ...  >>MORE

Habshan oil pipeline to finish ahead of schedule

Posted on 08/07/2008

Abu Dhabi is expected to step up construction of a trans-emirate oil pipeline to finish the project ahead of schedule to ensure free flow of its crude exports following heightened tension in the region, industry sources said yesterday. Work on the 360km pipeline, which will link major wells in the oil-rich Habshan area southwest of Abu Dhabi had been scheduled for completion in 2010 but the project could be finished before, sources said. "The project is crucial for the continuation of Abu ...  >>MORE

Taqa buys Shell, Esso assets in the North Sea

Posted on 08/07/2008

Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (Taqa) said yesterday it had bought six offshore oilfields in the North Sea as the company pushed ahead with an aggressive investment drive to become one of the world's largest energy firms. Taqa Bratani, a wholly owned subsidiary of Taqa, signed a sale and purchase agreement with Shell UK and Esso Exploration and Production UK to add nearly 40,000 barrels of oil equivalent (boe) to its existing energy reserves, Taqa said in a statement published through Abu ...  >>MORE

Surge in diesel sales in Abu Dhabi after Dubai raises price

Posted on 07/07/2008

Abu Dhabi's diesel sales have more than doubled over the past month as its petrol stations remained flooded with trucks and other heavy duty vehicles who have been scared away by the continued rise in prices in Dubai. Scores of large vehicles are seen queuing daily in and outside the emirate's petrol stations to get their share of heavily subsidised diesel, which is sold at less than half the price by retail fuel suppliers in Dubai. The long queues, stretching to the main street, have prompted ...  >>MORE

IPIC concludes US$625m loan facility to acquire 20pc stake in Cosmos Oil

Posted on 06/07/2008

The International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) has concluded a US$625 million syndication loan to finance acquisition of 20 per cent shares in Japan's Cosmos Oil Company. Cosmos Oil is a leading Japanese oil refinery and sales conglomerate, listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. Abu Dhabi based IPIC signed a strategic partnership with it last year to acquire 176 million shares, a 20.83 per cent shareholding. The deal aims at promoting IPIC energy business in Asia Pacific region and the US ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces retrospective crude prices for June 2008

Posted on 03/07/2008

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) yesterday announced the retrospective prices for June 2008 for Abu Dhabi's four main grades of crude oil. The price for the onshore Murban crude was set at US$134.00 per barrel, while prices for the three offshore crudes were set at US$133.90 for Lower Zakum, US$133.00 for Umm Shaif and US$128.20 for Upper Zakum. – Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

UAE has lowest subsidies on fuel among oil producers

Posted on 03/07/2008

The UAE has the lowest subsidies on fuel prices among oil producers and experts believe this has contributed to accelerating inflation in the country. Details published in London this week based on 2006 figures showed the UAE did not have any subsidy on diesel prices, while it provided a subsidy of US$10 per barrel of gasoline. Subsequently, Abu Dhabi in the UAE has subsidised diesel. The figures by the Centre for Global Energy Studies (CGES), which is owned by former Saudi Oil Minister Ahmed ...  >>MORE

Chemoil's third barge to boost Fujairah operations

Posted on 02/07/2008

Marine fuel supplier Chemoil has taken delivery of its third barge, the Heredia Sea, to support its growing operations at the Port of Fujairah. The move is in line with the company's focus on controlling each stage of the supply chain from sourcing through to delivery across the world's key maritime locations. The Singapore-based company has experienced steady growth at Fujairah, the world's third largest marine fuels port, since launching operations there in March this year. Its volumes rose ...  >>MORE

Diesel increased seventh time this year to Dh19.25

Posted on 30/06/2008

Diesel prices from the oil retailers – Emarat, Emirates National Oil Company (Enoc) and Emirates Petroleum Products Company (Eppco) – went up by another 75 fils with effect from yesterday as the oil marketing companies in Dubai increased diesel price to Dh19.25 per gallon from Dh18.50 to meet the high cost of oil in the international market. Within eighteen months, diesel price in Dubai has gone up by almost two and a half times – from Dh8.35 per gallon in January 2007 to Dh 19.25 in June ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas discovers new oil well in Egypt

Posted on 30/06/2008

Dana Gas has announced a discovery from a new oil zone in its Egyptian concessions, marking the first discovery in the company's US$170 million drilling campaign for 2008. Drilling of the "Al Baraka-2" well in the Komombo concession, where Dana Gas made its first commercial oil discovery last year, has been completed. The new well confirmed the first discovery, Al Baraka-1, in the Abu Ballas formation, and proved a new discovery in the underlying Six Hills formation. "This is the first ...  >>MORE

IPIC, Wintershall sign MoU on oil investment

Posted on 27/06/2008

The Abu Dhabi International Oil Investment Company (IPIC) and Germany's Wintershall Holding AG yesterday signed a memorandum of understanding on joint investment in the oil and gas sector. According to the agreement, the two companies shall enter into joint ventures in oil and gas exploration and production in the UAE, Oman, Algeria, Kazakhstan, Iraq and other countries. IPIC, through the signing of agreements with other international oil companies, seeks to boost its status in the area of oil ...  >>MORE

RasGas signs deal with GE

Posted on 27/06/2008

RasGas Company has signed a multi-million, multi-year service agreement with GE Energy for LNG Trains Six and Seven and Al Khaleej Gas Plant Two at RasGas' LNG and Sales Gas production complex in Ras Laffan Industrial City, Qatar, to expand its role as one of the world's leading suppliers of liquefied natural gas (LNG). The project supports Qatar's strategy to become the world's leading supplier of LNG. An LNG train is a chain of equipment, including a gas turbine, which is used to convert ...  >>MORE

Energy minister reiterates producers' commitment to supply enough oil

Posted on 26/06/2008

Energy minister, Mohammed bin Dha'en Al Hameli has reiterated the commitment of the UAE and other oil producing countries to supply enough oil at reasonable prices to contribute to the efforts to ensure global economic growth. Al Hameli made the statement in his address to the Asian Oil and Gas Show, which opens Wednesday here at the COEX Convention Centre. "We are aware of the importance of reliable stable supplies at reasonable prices to growing economies in regions such as Asia. Producers ...  >>MORE

Crescent Petroleum and Reliance Industries sign deal

Posted on 25/06/2008

The Sharjah-based Crescent Petroleum, the region's oldest private upstream oil and Gas Company, announced yesterday the signing of a cooperation agreement with Reliance Exploration and Production (Reliance E and P), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), India's largest private sector conglomerate. The cooperation agreement is intended to establish a sustainable framework for concluding specific accords to jointly undertake or participate in the development of oil, gas ...  >>MORE

UAE Energy Minister to attend Gas and Oil show at Seoul

Posted on 24/06/2008

UAE Minister of Energy Mohammed bin Dha'en Al Hameli left Abu Dhabi yesterday for Korea at the head of a UAE delegation to the Asian Oil and Gas Exhibition which will be held in June 25th. The three-day show is being staged at the COEX Convention '&' Exhibition Centre in Seoul. Al Hameli will deliver an inaugural address at the show in which an estimated 800 oil and gas industry players will be exhibiting their technology and services from chemical engineering to geological, reservoir ...  >>MORE

UAE sulphur output to quadruple within five years, predicts Adnoc

Posted on 23/06/2008

Mega gas projects under way in the UAE will nearly quadruple sulphur production within five years and turn the Gulf country into one of the top producers of the substance, an Abu Dhabi official said yesterday. Sulphur output by the government-controlled Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) is currently estimated at around 1.7 million tonnes and most of it is exported to North Africa and southeast Asia, said Dagher Al Murar, Sulphur Sales Manager, Adnoc's Marketing and Refinery Directorate. ...  >>MORE

UAE to participate in OFID meeting in Iran

Posted on 17/06/2008

UAE will participate in the 29th ministerial meeting of the OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID) due to open today in the Iranian city of Isfahan. Ministers and senior officials from 12 member countries in OPEC will attend the meeting. Director General of the Finance ministry Yunus Haji Al Khouri will head UAE's delegation to the meeting which will be inaugurated by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Founded earlier in 1976 to channel OPEC aid to developing countries, OFID's key ...  >>MORE

UAE, UK discuss upcoming Jeddah Meeting on oil

Posted on 17/06/2008

The upcoming meeting of major oil consuming and producing nations to be held in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on June 22nd and the latest developments on the world's oil markets were discussed by UAE Energy Minister Mohammed Bin Dhaen al-Hameli and British energy minister Malcolm Wicks at a meeting today in Abu Dhabi. Emerging from the meeting which was held at the UAE Energy Ministry, Wicks who is in the UAE as part of a regional tour said his talks with al-Hamli were fruitful and positive. "The focus ...  >>MORE

ADNOC to set up research centre

Posted on 16/06/2008

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has announced that it will set up a research centre within the Petroleum Institute campus currently being developed in Sas al-Nakheel in Abu Dhabi. Amana Contracting and Steel Buildings has been awarded the Dh 85m contract by ADNOC for the construction of the new 'Takreer Research Centre'. The contract encompasses construction of a three-storey research centre building (G+2), comprising laboratories, workshops, pilot plant, gas bunker and offices in ...  >>MORE

IPIC to begin construction of oil reservoirs in Fujairah in August

Posted on 13/06/2008

Abu Dhabi-owned International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) will begin construction of the crude oil reservoirs in Fujairah this August as part of its Abu Dhabi Crude Oil Pipeline Project (ADCOP); it was disclosed today at a Charrette organised by IPIC in Fujairah. The 360 km pipeline to be operational by 2010 will transport 1.5 million bpd of crude oil from Habshan in Abu Dhabi to Fujairah. The pipeline will serve the proposed Fujairah grassroots refinery. In December 2007 IPIC ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas charters world's largest aircraft to Iraq

Posted on 13/06/2008

Dana Gas and Crescent Petroleum, has chartered the world's largest aircraft, the Antonov 124 (An-124), to transport a large load of equipment and components from Houston, Texas (USA) to Erbil, Iraq. Dana Gas, the Middle East's first and largest regional private-sector natural gas company, along with its project partner Crescent Petroleum, has chartered the world's largest aircraft, the Antonov 124 (An-124), to transport a large load of equipment and components from Houston, Texas (USA) to ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Municipal Council to clamp down on diesel black marketing

Posted on 05/06/2008

The Municipal council in Sharjah has issued a warning to all those who illegally trade in diesel, to stop it or face legal action. The practice of some individual diesel merchants selling diesel illegally at various parts of the emirate was brought to the notice of the Municipal council, which immediately passed a decision to confiscate all the tanks and pumps being used to sell the fuel in black market. The council said that the practice poses threat to public safety as the merchants are ...  >>MORE

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ENOC to introduce self-service at 10 select service stations


ADNOC announces crude retrospective prices for July


ADNOC-FOD launches e-diesel Rahal card


Demand for fuel in UAE increased 4.6% in 2007


Dana Gas and Crescent Petroleum to establish Kurdistan Gas City


E-Marine upgrades cable vessel for offshore oilfields


Khalifa refinery to expand


ENOC adopts unique 'go green' initiative


Abu Dhabi, Kazakhstan set up US$1b energy investment fund


Traders hit hard by diesel prices


UAE to shut 150,000-200,000 bpd oil output Oct-Nov


Adnoc offers extra oil ahead of maintenance


Adnoc restricts diesel sale at Sharjah stations


Dolphin Energy concludes tender evaluation for construction contract for Taweelah - Fujairah Gas Pipeline


UAE oil consumption grew 7.7% in 2007, says BP


Gas prices go up in Dubai


ADNOC unveils new measures


Government of Sharjah, BP Sharjah ink farm-out agreement with RAK Petroleum


ADNOC selects ConocoPhillips as a partner in the development of Shah Gas Field


Ipic's Dh5.5bn global fund to help use flaring gas for power generation


Habshan oil pipeline to finish ahead of schedule


Taqa buys Shell, Esso assets in the North Sea


Surge in diesel sales in Abu Dhabi after Dubai raises price


IPIC concludes US$625m loan facility to acquire 20pc stake in Cosmos Oil


ADNOC announces retrospective crude prices for June 2008


UAE has lowest subsidies on fuel among oil producers


Chemoil's third barge to boost Fujairah operations


Diesel increased seventh time this year to Dh19.25


Dana Gas discovers new oil well in Egypt


IPIC, Wintershall sign MoU on oil investment


RasGas signs deal with GE


Energy minister reiterates producers' commitment to supply enough oil


Crescent Petroleum and Reliance Industries sign deal


UAE Energy Minister to attend Gas and Oil show at Seoul


UAE sulphur output to quadruple within five years, predicts Adnoc


UAE to participate in OFID meeting in Iran


UAE, UK discuss upcoming Jeddah Meeting on oil


ADNOC to set up research centre


IPIC to begin construction of oil reservoirs in Fujairah in August


Dana Gas charters world's largest aircraft to Iraq


Sharjah Municipal Council to clamp down on diesel black marketing