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THE ECONOMY - OIL AND GAS

Sharjah Ruler, Dana Gas sign agreement on Western shore concession

Posted on 13/03/2008

HH Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, UAE Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, signed yesterday an agreement for the exploration and development of the Western Offshore concession in Sharjah. Hamed Jafar, executive chairman of Dana Gas (PJSC), the Middle East's first and largest regional and private-sector natural gas company, headquartered in Sharjah, signed on behalf of Dana Gas. The-25-year agreement covers a major offshore concession area of 1000 kilometres square, and ...  >>MORE

IPIC, Oxy sign investment agreement

Posted on 11/03/2008

The International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) and Occidental Petroleum Corporation (Oxy) today signed joint investment agreement in oil and gas sector. The agreement will allow the two companies to assess and contribute in the development of oil and gas exploration projects inside and outside the Middle East region. According to Khadem Al Qubaisi, IPIC managing director, his outfit was eager to partner an international company to enable it grow bigger in the oil and gas sector, adding ...  >>MORE

UAE becomes third largest oil exporter

Posted on 10/03/2008

Steady capacity expansions have turned the UAE into the third largest oil exporter in the world although it lags behind in production capacity. Estimates by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and official US sources showed the UAE was the third largest oil exporter in 2006 and was expected to have maintained that position in 2007. UAE's exports stood at around 2.564 million barrels per day (bpd) in 2006 and were projected to have risen to 2.6 million bpd in 2007. The UAE was third after ...  >>MORE

New oil storage terminal in Jebel Ali

Posted on 09/03/2008

A world class oil products storage facility will be built at Techno Park in Dubai to provide an initial capacity of 570,000 cubic metre, according to framework agreement signed by Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC), Star Energy Resources and Tropicana Trading DMCC. The facility which will involve an estimated investment cost of around US$200 will store a wide range of oil products, including gasoline, gasoil/diesel, jet fuel and fuel oil, as well as offering complementary services such as ...  >>MORE

Self-service petrol filling terminals introduced in UAE

Posted on 09/03/2008

Motorists in Abu Dhabi now have the option of using "self-service terminals" to fill petrol in their cars - the first of its kind in the country. Some petrol stations run by the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) have introduced self-service fuel filling terminals called Outdoor Payment Terminals (OPTs), Gulf News has learnt. "The self-service terminals (OPTs) installed on a trial basis accept only prepaid e-cash cards issued by the company," said sources. "The company has already ...  >>MORE

OPEC begins meeting

Posted on 06/03/2008

Vienna - OPEC's ministerial regular session opened yesterday amid speculations that the group would maintain its current production ceiling. According to oil and energy ministers participating at the meeting, there is no significant change in the market that merits a change in the current production level. The global oil market, they said, is well-supplied and nothing merits production cut or increase during this second quarter. The UAE delegation to the meeting is headed by H.H Mohammed bin ...  >>MORE

Al Hameli says market is adequately supplied

Posted on 05/03/2008

Seoul - Mohammad Bin Dha'en Al Hameli, UAE Minister of Energy, said on Tuesday the oil market was "adequately supplied", the latest official to signal that OPEC is likely to refrain from boosting output at Wednesday's meeting. Despite oil prices hitting a succession of record highs above $100 a barrel, OPEC ministers are reluctant to step up production for fear of inflating already high US crude inventories as demand ebbs to its seasonal second-quarter low. "The market is adequately supplied, ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces oil prices for March 2008

Posted on 04/03/2008

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has announced the prices of its crude oil for March 2008. According to the new prices, Murban has been pegged at US$95.10 per barrel, Lower Zakum at US$95.15, Umm Sheif at US$94.30, and Upper Zakum at US$90.75 per a barrel. - Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas Project in Iraqi Kurdistan over 70% complete

Posted on 03/03/2008

Dana Gas, the Middle East's first and largest regional private sector natural gas company, has announced that its project in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq to supply, process and transport natural gas to fuel urgently needed local electricity generation is progressing at a rapid pace, with over 70% overall project completion to date. The project, following service agreements signed in April 2007 with the Kurdistan Regional Government and carried out in partnership with Crescent Petroleum, has ...  >>MORE

Aabar to farm-out 20pc stake of Thai concession to Horizon oil

Posted on 03/03/2008

Aabar Energy's subsidiary Pearl Energy Limited (Pearl) has entered into a farm-out arrangement with Horizon Oil Limited (Horizon) to transfer 20 per cent participating interest in three exploration concessions offshore in the Gulf of Thailand. Under the terms of the transaction, Horizon will pay 40 per cent of the seismic and drilling costs of the initial three-year work programmes for Blocks G1/48, G3/48 and G6/48 to earn a 20 per cent participating interest in each of the three concessions. ...  >>MORE

The Origin of Oil and its Future - a new study by Centre for Information Affairs

Posted on 02/03/2008

The Centre for Information Affairs has published a new study entitled, 'The Origin of Oil and Its Future'. Published in Arabic and English, the book consists of the proceedings of the symposium held under the same title. It explains the different theories about the origin of oil, including both the arguments put forward by the proponents of the 'organic origin of oil' theory to support their views, and the evidence given by the opponents of this theory, the believers in the 'inorganic origin' ...  >>MORE

UAE oil capacity to hit 3 million barrels per day

Posted on 02/03/2008

Mega hydrocarbon projects being carried out by Abu Dhabi will push the UAE's output capacity above three million barrels per day in few years and maintain its position as one of the top crude producers in the world. The emirate is pumping more than US$8 billion (Dh29.4bn) between 2005 and 2011 into such projects, which targets both its onshore and offshore areas, mainly the super-giant Upper Zakum oilfield and other major fields. Citing official UAE figures and Western estimates, the Gulf ...  >>MORE

Emarat and Dana join hands to operate pipeline

Posted on 01/03/2008

Dana Gas and Emirates General Petroleum Corporation (Emarat) have agreed to form a joint venture to own, manage and operate the Middle East's first common user gas pipeline in the UAE. The pipeline will be completed this month. Dana Gas and Emarat each have a 50 per cent stake in the construction, ownership and operation of the pipeline. Phase one of the project was completed in May 2006 and has since been delivering gas to the Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority (Sewa) power station ...  >>MORE

Adnoc to give full term crude to Asia in April

Posted on 28/02/2008

Abu Dhabi National Oil Co (Adnoc) told its Asian customers that it will supply them crude oil at full contracted volumes for April, unchanged from March as expected, refiner sources said yesterday. Demand for additional supplies from Abu Dhabi, the main oil producer for UAE, were limited for April as Asia enters the refinery turnaround season and oil demand falls, refiners added, in line with OPEC's reasoning that no more oil is needed during the second quarter. "We got full contracted ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi to build new refinery with 417,000 bd capacity: TAKREER

Posted on 26/02/2008

Abu Dhabi Oil Refining Company (TAKREER) announced yesterday it is planning to build a 417,000 bd refinery in Ruwais. TAKREER Director General Jasim Ali Al Sayegh told the Middle East Refining Conference which opened here today. He expected the project, which is still under design, to go into operation by 2013. According to him, the new refinery, when completed, will raise the Abu Dhabi's total refining capacity to 885,000 bd from the current 485,000 bd. - Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

Ruler of Sharjah, Al Hilal Oil Company sign agreement

Posted on 25/02/2008

His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, UAE Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah signed Sunday at his office an exploration concession agreement with the Sharjah-based Al Hilal Oil Company to explore oil and gas. Ja'far Humaid, chief executive of the company, signed on behalf of his company. As per this agreement, the company will conduct seismological survey before drilling two exploratory wells to assess the production in south and south east of Saja field in the ...  >>MORE

Enoc Lubricants plans Asia Pacific expansion

Posted on 24/02/2008

Enoc Lubricants, a subsidiary of Emirates National Oil Company (Enoc), is charting rapid expansion in the Asia Pacific region, the company said. The company has launched a marketing expansion plan and sales drive in the Philippines aimed at increasing the market share of its high grade specialist lubricants range up by 15 per cent in the coming year. With the current lubes market in the Philippines estimated at 300 million litres per year, Enoc Lubricants is expanding its reach in all market ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas and Ikarus form energy alliance

Posted on 24/02/2008

Dana Gas has announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Ikarus Petroleum Industries, a major Kuwaiti company, to cooperate in downstream gas and petrochemical projects. The MoU was signed last week by Rashid Saif Al Jarwan, general manager of Dana Gas, and Suhail Abograis, CEO of Ikarus Petro-leum to cooperate on gas projects in the Middle East and North Africa. Dana Gas brings to the table its many assets and projects in gas exploration and production, as well as ...  >>MORE

UAE gas supply is 2o% below peak demand

Posted on 21/02/2008

When summer temperatures soar and power stations work at full capacity, gas supplies in the UAE are around 20 per cent below demand, an official said on Wednesday. Power demand and the population in the UAE are rising 10 per cent to 13 per cent per year, Khalid Al Awadi, gas operations manager at retailer Emirates General Petroleum Corporation (Emarat) told an energy conference. When air-conditioning units worked at full blast across the country last summer, gas demand peaked at around 5.5 ...  >>MORE

Adnoc to double domestic gas supply by 2009

Posted on 20/02/2008

State-owned Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) aims to almost double domestic gas supplies in 2009, a senior official said on Tuesday. Adnoc plans to pump 3.6 billion cubic feet per day (cfd) to the national grid in 2009, up from current domestic gas sales of around two billion cfd, said Esmail Al Ramahi, manager of Adnoc's gas processing division. We are developing lots of projects to meet the phenomenal growth for gas in Abu Dhabi," he told reporters on the sidelines of an energy ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi sets course for a cleaner energy future

Posted on 19/02/2008

Abu Dhabi is setting course for a cleaner energy future as it diversifies the economy in preparation for the time when it will not be able to rely so heavily on oil revenues, according to authoritative The Report: Abu Dhabi 2007, published by the UK-based publishing, research and consultancy services organization Oxford Business Group (OBG). The emirate, says The Report, has been able to orchestrate an industry-wide cooperation with its 60% stake in energy ventures through the Abu Dhabi ...  >>MORE

Enoc consortium to build Morocco oil storage plant

Posted on 17/02/2008

Horizon Tangiers Terminals (HTTL), part of the Horizon Group, is starting construction of a strategic bulk oil storage facility at Morocco's new Tangiers Mediterranean port. Horizon Tangiers Terminal, a consortium of Horizon Terminals Limited (HTL), an Enoc subsidiary, Kuwait-based Independent Petroleum Group (IPG) and Morocco's Afriquia SMDC were awarded the concession to build and operate the bulk fuels terminal by the Tangier Mediterranean Special Agency (TMSA) in 2006. HTL announced on ...  >>MORE

UAE raises crude output in January

Posted on 14/02/2008

The UAE raised its crude oil output to 2.59 million barrels per day in January, 1.97 per cent higher than the previous month, led by the resumption of full production at Abu Dhabi's major offshore fields after maintenance, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said yesterday. In its latest oil market report, the IEA said the UAE's current targeted monthly crude output is 2.57 million bpd, while its sustainable production capacity is 2.85 million bpd, a level which is expected to be reached by ...  >>MORE

IPIC posts Dh2.5b net profits in 06

Posted on 13/02/2008

The International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) posted US$699 million (Dh2.5 billion) net profits in 2006. The company's profits during 2007 are projected to reach US$800 million (Dh2.9 billion). This came during the meeting of the company's Board of Directors, held yesterday under the chairmanship of Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Presidential Affairs. Sheikh Mansour expressed gratitude to the unlimited support given to the company by His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin ...  >>MORE

Design of hydrogen project to start soon

Posted on 12/02/2008

Hydrogen Energy, the joint venture between BP and Rio Tinto, has signed an agreement with the Abu Dhabi-based Mubadala Development Company to start the engineering design of an industrial-scale hydrogen-fired power generation project, Hydrogen Energy's legal adviser Herbert Smith said. The project that will require a total investment of US$2 billion (Dh7.34bn) – excluding the investment in carbon dioxide sequestration – will see hydrogen fuel being created from natural gas to produce clean ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Zayed visits Khalifa Energy Complex

Posted on 11/02/2008

General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, paid on a visit yesterday to the Sheikh Khalifa Energy Complex where he viewed future plans for Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and its group of companies. Sheikh Mohammed was briefed about ADNOC's plans to explore and develop oil up to 2020 and produce and distribute gas up to 2015. He also got first hand information about plans for modernisation of the refining ...  >>MORE

RAK to spend US$100m to meet gas demand

Posted on 11/02/2008

RAK Gas is investing US$100 million (Dh367m) in infrastructure and tying up with other producers to provide natural gas to the energy-hungry industrial sector in Ras Al Khaimah, said a senior official. Ruurd Abma, Director of Operation at RAK Gas, said: "We are currently investing more than Dh360m in the infrastructural needs of the gas sector to meet the increasing industrial needs in the emirate, which is currently witnessing a boom. Ras Al Khaimah needs 250 million standard cubic feet ...  >>MORE

ADMA-OPCO celebrates 45th Anniversary of 1st shipment of crude oil from Abu Dhabi

Posted on 10/02/2008

The Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (ADMA-OPCO) celebrated the 45th Anniversary of the 1st Shipment of Crude Oil from Abu Dhabi Emirate, at a VIP gala event on Wednesday (February 6, 2008), at the Emirates Palace, in the presence of His Excellency Yousef Omair Bin Yousef, Secretary General of the Supreme Petroleum Council and ADNOC CEO. A number of dignitaries, ADNOC Group senior managements, industry executives, and media representatives also attended the event which crowned ADMA-OPCO?s ...  >>MORE

UAE's Dana Gas holds talks with Algeria's Sonatrach, Ministry for Energy

Posted on 07/02/2008

Senior officials from UAE's Dana Gas, the Middle East's first and largest regional private-sector natural gas company, held talks with Sonatrach, Algeria's national oil company, and the Algerian Ministry for Energy and Mines. The meetings took place during the 3rd Algerian Economic Forum, which was held in Algiers on 20-21 January 2008, under the patronage of Abdul Aziz Boutfliqa, Algerian President, and attended by A. Aziz Bellchadem, Algerian Prime Minister. The meetings in Algeria form ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces crude oil prices for January

Posted on 05/02/2008

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has announced the prices of its crude oil for January, 2008. The company priced the Murban at USUS$92.25 per barrel, Lower Zakum at USUS$92.30, Umm Al Shaif at USUS$91.50 and Upper Zakum at USUS$88.20 per barrel.- Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

GCC oil ministers meet in Vienna

Posted on 02/02/2008

Vienna - Oil ministers of the GCC member states in OPEC held consultation talks last night ahead of the organisation's extraordinary meeting, scheduled yesterday.. The talks, attended by energy minister Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hamli and oil ministers of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Qatar, focused on assigning quotas for the second half of the year. This is the main topic on OPEC meeting's agenda. Observers stressed the importance of GCC ministers' talks, saying that exports by the four countries, ...  >>MORE

OPEC ready to pump more oil if necessary: Al Hameli

Posted on 31/01/2008

In a bid to strike a balance in the world oil market, OPEC will take every measure deemed necessary to keep market stability, including pumping more oil, UAE Minister of Energy Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hameli has said. Speaking to WAM shortly before travelling to Vienna for the Extraordinary OPEC Meeting which will open on Friday, 1 February, Al Hameli expressed concerns that world oil prices might remain volatile due to the current state of the global economy which, he said, is exacerbated by ...  >>MORE

UAE's Dana Gas plans US$500m Egypt, Iraq investment

Posted on 29/01/2008

Abu Dhabi-listed Dana Gas said it will invest about US$500 million in Egypt and Iraq's Kurdish province this year to boost output, and that it was looking to enter Algeria. Egyptian gas output would hold steady this year at a minimum 30,000 barrels of oil equivalent, Finance Director Neeraj Agrawal said in an interview in his office in Sharjah, UAE. "In 2008, we are investing about US$200 million in Egypt projects, including upstream and downstream," Agrawal said. The company would invest about ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas share ownership in West Africa officially approved

Posted on 23/01/2008

Dana Gas, the first and largest regional private-sector natural gas company in the Middle East, with activities in the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia (MENASA) region, announced that it now officially owns a share in one of the blocks of an oil and gas rich offshore province in West Africa's Gulf of Guinea, one of the richest hydrocarbon sources in the world. The Nigeria-Sao Tome and Principe Joint Development Authority (JDA) have formally approved the change in share ownership of ...  >>MORE

World oil demand set to rise from the 2005 level of 83 mb/d to 118 mb/d by 2030: Al Hameli

Posted on 22/01/2008

World oil demand is set to rise from the 2005 level of 83 mb/d to 118 mb/d by 2030, a clear 42% increase over 25 years, UAE Energy Minister Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hameli has said. In a keynote speech at the World Future Energy Summit 2008 (WFES), which kicked off here today, Al Hameli added that the world's oil resources are sufficient to meet the heavy forecast increases in demand for decades to come. Estimates of ultimately recoverable reserves, he said, have practically been doubling since ...  >>MORE

Aabar boosts Thai exploration acreage with two new concessions

Posted on 22/01/2008

Aabar Petroleum Investments Company PJSC ('Aabar') announces that its subsidiary Pearl Energy Limited ('Pearl') has been awarded two petroleum contracts by the Thai authorities for block G2/50 offshore in the Gulf of Thailand and onshore block L21/50. Block G2/50, which is held 100% by Pearl Oil (Petroleum) Limited, covers an area of 1,126 sq. km and is adjacent to concession area B5/27, where Pearl operates the producing Jasmine oil field. L21/50 is 100% held by Pearl Oil (Resources) Limited ...  >>MORE

Centre for Information issues study on 'Khalifa Bin Zayed and Oil'

Posted on 20/01/2008

The Centre of Information Affairs has issued a study titled 'Khalifa Bin Zayed and Oil' to mark the World Future Energy Summit 2008 due to be held in Abu Dhabi this month. The study has addressed the policies of H.H. President Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan on oil and the methods of utilizing this national wealth while fulfilling the set ambitions and coping with the latest developments in the world market. The study also includes His Highness's speeches and statements and also focuses on ...  >>MORE

TAQA completes acquisition of PrimeWest Energy Trust

Posted on 20/01/2008

The Abu Dhabi National Energy Company PJSC (TAQA), a publicly listed company on the Abu Dhabi Securities Market, announced today that its wholly-owned subsidiary TAQA North Ltd. (TAQA North) has closed its acquisition of PrimeWest Energy Trust (PrimeWest) by way of plan of arrangement. The transaction was determined by the federal Minister of Industry to be of net benefit to Canada under the Investment Canada Act. Don Garner, currently President and Chief Executive Officer of PrimeWest Energy ...  >>MORE

UAE crude output rises in December

Posted on 17/01/2008

The UAE raised its crude oil output to 2.48 million barrels per day in December, 15.3 per cent higher than in the previous month, led by Abu Dhabi's offshore crude output resuming after November maintenance of its major producing fields, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said yesterday. In its oil market report, the IEA said the UAE's current targeted monthly output for crude is 2.57 million bpd, while its sustainable production capacity is 2.75 million bpd. In November, the country ...  >>MORE

Government has no plan to subsidize fuel prices: Hameli

Posted on 16/01/2008

The UAE government has no intention to subsidize fuel prices, Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hameli, Minister of Energy, affirmed Tuesday at the Federal National Council. 'Indirect subsidy was already in place, around Dh 6 is actually lost against every gallon of petrol sold at fuelling stations. Local fuel producers and distributors are losing Dh500 million a year due to high world oil prices, 'the minister told the house in its session yesterday which presided over by its Speaker Abdul Aziz Al ...  >>MORE

Aabar receives offer for upstream oil and gas subsidiary Pearl Energy

Posted on 14/01/2008

Aabar Petroleum Investments Company PJSC (Aabar), an oil and gas exploration and production company headquartered in Abu Dhabi announced today that it has received an offer from Mubadala Development Company (Mubadala) to acquire ninety percent of the issued shares in Pearl Energy Limited, Aabar's wholly owned exploration and production subsidiary. Mubadala is a strategic investment and Development Company headquartered in Abu Dhabi and is wholly owned by the Abu Dhabi government. The offer by ...  >>MORE

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Sharjah Ruler, Dana Gas sign agreement on Western shore concession


IPIC, Oxy sign investment agreement


UAE becomes third largest oil exporter


New oil storage terminal in Jebel Ali


Self-service petrol filling terminals introduced in UAE


OPEC begins meeting


Al Hameli says market is adequately supplied


ADNOC announces oil prices for March 2008


Dana Gas Project in Iraqi Kurdistan over 70% complete


Aabar to farm-out 20pc stake of Thai concession to Horizon oil


The Origin of Oil and its Future - a new study by Centre for Information Affairs


UAE oil capacity to hit 3 million barrels per day


Emarat and Dana join hands to operate pipeline


Adnoc to give full term crude to Asia in April


Abu Dhabi to build new refinery with 417,000 bd capacity: TAKREER


Ruler of Sharjah, Al Hilal Oil Company sign agreement


Enoc Lubricants plans Asia Pacific expansion


Dana Gas and Ikarus form energy alliance


UAE gas supply is 2o% below peak demand


Adnoc to double domestic gas supply by 2009


Abu Dhabi sets course for a cleaner energy future


Enoc consortium to build Morocco oil storage plant


UAE raises crude output in January


IPIC posts Dh2.5b net profits in 06


Design of hydrogen project to start soon


Mohammed bin Zayed visits Khalifa Energy Complex


RAK to spend US$100m to meet gas demand


ADMA-OPCO celebrates 45th Anniversary of 1st shipment of crude oil from Abu Dhabi


UAE's Dana Gas holds talks with Algeria's Sonatrach, Ministry for Energy


ADNOC announces crude oil prices for January


GCC oil ministers meet in Vienna


OPEC ready to pump more oil if necessary: Al Hameli


UAE's Dana Gas plans US$500m Egypt, Iraq investment


Dana Gas share ownership in West Africa officially approved


World oil demand set to rise from the 2005 level of 83 mb/d to 118 mb/d by 2030: Al Hameli


Aabar boosts Thai exploration acreage with two new concessions


Centre for Information issues study on 'Khalifa Bin Zayed and Oil'


TAQA completes acquisition of PrimeWest Energy Trust


UAE crude output rises in December


Government has no plan to subsidize fuel prices: Hameli


Aabar receives offer for upstream oil and gas subsidiary Pearl Energy