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THE ECONOMY - OIL AND GAS

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

Emirates Gas introduces clean fuel in Dubai

Posted on 10/01/2008

Emirates Gas, a subsidiary of Enoc, in partnership with the Road Transport Authority, has launched in Dubai compressed natural gas (CNG), one of the cleaner forms of hydrocarbons. The fuel substantially reduces exhaust emissions to cut back on pollutants such as carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide and other ozone-depleting substances. Commenting on the unveiling of Enoc's most recent environmental initiative, Saeed Khoury, Enoc Group chief executive, said: "This is a major step ...  >>MORE

Rise in oil prices not decided by supply and demand - Al Hameli

Posted on 08/01/2008

Minister of Energy Mohammed bin Dha'en Al Hameli attributed the current rise in crude oil prices to reasons other than supply and demand and said that the price hike which reached US$100 pb is brought about by speculative elements, investment funds, geopolitical reasons as well as a number of other factors. At a meeting with Japanese Minister of Economy, Commerce and Industry, Akira Amari, who is on a visit to UAE at the head of a high level delegation, Al Hameli assured that OPEC is ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces oil prices for December 2007

Posted on 07/01/2008

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has announced the prices of its crude oil for December 2007. According to the new prices, Murban has been pegged at US$90.60 per barrel, Lower Zakum at US$90.70, Umm Shaif at US$89.90, while Upper Zakum has been priced at US$86.50 per barrel. - Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas exceeds 2007 production goals in Egypt

Posted on 07/01/2008

Dana Gas, the Middle East's first and largest regional private-sector natural gas company, has announced an exit rate of 32 thousand barrels of oil per day equivalent for 2007, exceeding company expectations. The early production from two new discoveries has contributed substantially to the favourable production rate and brings significant development potential to Egypt. The Al Baraka discovery well has produced the first oil ever in Upper Egypt. In the short period of four months from ...  >>MORE

IPIC awards 460 million dollars contract

Posted on 02/01/2008

International Investment Company IPIC said Monday it awarded contracts worth 460 million dollars to three companies to supply pipes for a domestic crude oil export pipeline linking Abu Dhabi and Fujairah. IPIC, an Abu Dhabi government investment firm, split the contract for a total of 225 thousand tons of coated steel pipes between Sumitomo of Japan, Salzgitter Mannesmann International of Germany and Jindal Group of India. First delivery of the pipe will be in July 2008 and the whole deal will ...  >>MORE

Adnoc vows to protect environment

Posted on 31/12/2007

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) has pledged to protect the environment by putting in place internal standards that push the company to decrease its impact on the earth. The government-controlled company, one of the largest oil producers in the world, made the commitment at the Arab Corporate Environmental Responsibility Summit organised by the Abu Dhabi Environment Agency and other local and international organisations. "Adnoc and its group of companies are fully committed to ...  >>MORE

Adnoc Distribution to set up 11 natural gas filling stations

Posted on 27/12/2007

Adnoc Distribution has reiterated it is moving forward to setting up 11 natural gas filling stations, eight workshops for converting vehicles to use the Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) as an alternative fuel in Abu Dhabi and five in Sharjah by the end of 2008. The move is in line with strategic plans of the company to build infrastructure for using the natural gas as alternative fuel for vehicles. The remarks were made at a meeting held Tuesday by the technical committee assigned to implement the ...  >>MORE

UAE's crude production falls 18% in November

Posted on 23/12/2007

The UAE's crude oil output fell by more than 18 per cent in November, mainly due to maintenance being conducted on some offshore fields, the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) said in its market report for December. The UAE pumped an average of 2.12 million barrels per day of crude oil in Nov-ember, making it the seventh largest OPEC producer last month, the group said. Citing secondary sources, OPEC said that oil production by Saudi Arabia, Iran, Kuwait, Venezuela, Nigeria ...  >>MORE

GASCO awards EPC contract for replacement of NGL network

Posted on 17/12/2007

Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd. (GASCO) has announced the award of the contract for Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Commissioning works (EPC) for building its new Natural Gas Liquid (NGL) Pipelines Network to replace the existing Network to M/s Dodsal Engineering and Construction Pte. Ltd at a lump sum price of United Arab Emirates Dh560 million. The Contract between GASCO and Dodsal was signed in GASCO?s Main Office at Sheikh Khalifa Energy Complex in Abu Dhabi City on 9th December ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi to launch major energy project

Posted on 16/12/2007

The authority running Abu Dhabi's industrial zones says it will launch Energy Capital project aimed at the oil and gas sector. Investment in Abu Dhabi industrial areas has totalled more than Dh8.4bn and there are plans to increase the number of industrial areas in the capital to 11 with Dh12.4bn investment. Abu Dhabi has put strategic industries at the top of its priority list as it is keen to develop its economy to be in line with growth, whether in terms of Dh367bn revenue earned from the ...  >>MORE

Fujairah refinery re-commissioned

Posted on 13/12/2007

H.H. Sheikh Hamad bin Mohammed Al Sharqi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Fujairah yesterday re-commissioned the 82,000 bpd Fujairah Oil Refinery. The refinery's current capacity is 20,000 bpd. Sheikh Hamad also launched a project to build 20 oil storage facilities at a total cost of US$100 million. The facilities' total storage capacity is 560,000 cubic meters. A Singapore company was awarded the turnkey project contract to raise the storage capacity to million cubic meters. (Emirates ...  >>MORE

President chairs Supreme Petroleum Council meeting

Posted on 11/12/2007

President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, in his capacity as the Ruler of Abu Dhabi, chaired the meeting of Supreme Petroleum Council (SPC) yesterday in the presence of General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces. The meeting which was held at Al Bateen Palace reviewed a number of projects executed by Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and its subsidiaries. Sheikh Khalifa expressed his satisfaction over ...  >>MORE

Khalifa reviews new ADNOC building project

Posted on 11/12/2007

President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan yestetrday reviewed model of Abu Dhabi National Oil Company's new Headquarter project in presence of General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces. The project, designed by an international consultancy house, entails construction of a 39 to 49 - storey building which can accommodate over 2,000 staff and customers. The project's first phase involves construction of the ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi to pump Dh100bn into oil sector

Posted on 10/12/2007

Abu Dhabi is set to pump about Dh100 billion into projects in the oil sector in the next five years as it pushes ahead with plans to boost crude output and expand its oil-related industry. According to figures released by the Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry, citing government estimates, the emirate invested around Dh55bn between 2001 and 2007 to develop its hydrocarbon sector. Abu Dhabi controls the world's fifth largest oil resources. "The oil sector accounts for a large part of ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Zayed receives OPEC Ministers

Posted on 06/12/2007

General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, received at Al Bahr Palace this evening a number of ministers of petroleum and energy participating in the 146th OPEC Extraordinary Ministerial Conference held at the Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi. Sheikh Mohammed welcomed the ministers, who were accompanied by Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hameli, UAE Minister of Energy, Current Chairman of OPEC, and wished them success in their ...  >>MORE

OPEC to maintain current output

Posted on 06/12/2007

Oil and Energy Ministers of the member states of Organizations of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) decided on Wednesday to maintain the group's current output of 31.5 mbd. The decision was taken at a behind-the-doors meeting in the UAE Capital City of Abu Dhabi today at the conclusion of OPEC's Ministerial (Extraordinary) 146th Meeting. 'OPEC decided yesterday to leave production unchanged for the time being,' said a statement issued at the end of the OPEC Conference here. Stating reasons ...  >>MORE

Oil market very stable: Al Attiyah

Posted on 06/12/2007

Qatari Energy Minister Abdullah Bin Hamad Al Attiyah said the oil market is very stable. "I don't believe there is panic for more crude oil. My own belief is that inventory is very comfortable", he added. The Qatari oil minister made his remarks few minutes before the start of the 146th Ministerial (Extraordinary) Meeting of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) in the UAE Capital of Abu Dhabi. "We don't interfere with the oil prices", he stressed adding that the ...  >>MORE

Working together - the key to ensuring stable oil markets: UAE Energy Minister

Posted on 05/12/2007

The UAE has set the stage for hosting the 146th (Extraordinary) Meeting of the OPEC Conference at the Emirates Palace Hotel, Abu Dhabi, on 5th December 2007, UAE Energy Minister has announced. 'The last time an OPEC meeting was held in Abu Dhabi was in December 1981 and it is an honour and a privilege to welcome Ministers and Delegates from OPEC Member Countries after such a long time, 'Mohammed Bin Dhaen Al Hameli said in a interview with the monthly Bulletin of the Organisation of Petroleum ...  >>MORE

Al Hameli: oil revenues to boost development

Posted on 05/12/2007

The United Arab Emirates' leadership is keen on employing oil revenues to achieve comprehensive development, said Energy Minister Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hameli. He added that President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has issued directives to provide all facilities for hosting OPEC's ministerial meeting in Abu Dhabi. Al Hameli, who is OPEC's current President, said that tomorrow's meeting will discuss "all fundamentals in the world's oil market." "Any decision taken by OPEC will be aimed ...  >>MORE

UAE will continue to use oil wealth to fuel sustainable economic growth: Hameli

Posted on 05/12/2007

The UAE will continue to use oil wealth judiciously to fuel its future progress and prosperity and also to pursue its economic diversification policy, UAE Energy Minister Mohammed Bin Dhaen Al Hameli has affirmed. 'Oil plays and will continue to play a significant role in the UAE economy for the foreseeable future. It is simply the backbone of the economy. However, both the private and public sectors are seriously engaged in developing our economy away from being oil dependent to a diversified ...  >>MORE

No reason to pump more oil to glut the market - Atiyyah

Posted on 05/12/2007

Qatari oil minister Abdullah bin Hamad Al Atiyyah said here on Tuesday that the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) will not interfere with the market mechanism of oil prices. Upon arrival at the Abu Dhabi international airport on his way to participate in the 146th (Extraordinary) Ministerial Meeting of OPEC to be held in Abu Dhabi tomorrow, Atiyyah also said that he doesn't see any justifiable reason for pumping additional oil into the market. The oil prices fluctuate in ...  >>MORE

OPEC ministers fly into Abu Dhabi for 146th conference

Posted on 04/12/2007

Oil and energy ministers of 12-OPEC member nations has begun descending on Abu Dhabi for the 146th extraordinary meeting of the group's conference which will be hosted by the UAE on December 5th at the Emirates Palace Hotel. Observers highlight the high significance of Abu Dhabi hosting of the energy gathering given the UAE high profile and stature in the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). They note that the one-day meeting will be convened in the UAE in its capacity as one ...  >>MORE

OPEC committed to providing sufficient supplies

Posted on 04/12/2007

Members of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) are committed to providing sufficient supplies to the oil market when needed, said Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hameli, Minister of Energy. Al Hameli, who is the current OPEC President, told 'WAM' that the organisation's ministerial meeting, to be held on Wednesday in Abu Dhabi, will discuss supply and demand situation to decide the next step. He reiterated OPEC's endeavours to ensure a stable market. "OPEC does not interfere in oil ...  >>MORE

OPEC: UAE inheritor of hundred thousand years of diverse history, culture

Posted on 02/12/2007

The UAE today prides itself as the inheritor of a diverse history and culture that have evolved over a hundred thousand years. In the process, it has managed to preserve the old, while embracing the new allowing both to strengthen and complement each other, said December Bulletin of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries -OPEC. "No wonder visitors to the country have used various words ranging from "awe-inspiring" to the "world's fastest growing tourist destination" to ...  >>MORE

OPEC ready to quench Asia's thirst for oil, says Al Hameli

Posted on 29/11/2007

Energy Minister Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hameli yesterday reiterated readiness of the members of Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to increase their oil production output to meet the rising demand in Asia. Al Hameli, who is the current President of the organisation, said that OPEC members from the GCC countries were also prepared to provide additional supplies. "There is no need to be sceptic about this. We are prepared to raise production when asked, and as we always did," he ...  >>MORE

Dana to give Iran gas to UAE shortly

Posted on 29/11/2007

Dana Gas, a UAE-based natural gas producer, expects to start delivering Iranian gas to the UAE "early" in 2008, the company's finance director said. The UAE company is "confident" of its growth prospects "with early next year seeing the expected final commissioning of the Iranian facilities to commence gas deliveries," Neeraj Agrawal said in a statement yesterday in response to an EFG- Hermes downgrade of its long-term recommendation to "sell" from "neutral”. Dana Gas is about 21 per cent owned ...  >>MORE

RAK gas distributor eyes Tanzania exploration deal

Posted on 29/11/2007

Ras Al Khaimah Gas Commission, a government-owned gas distributor, is looking at a new area of business by joining an exploration venture in Tanzania. It holds a 25 per cent stake in the project in which Dubai-based oil and gas explorer Black Marlin Energy is also a partner. The involvement of Ras Al Khaimah Gas Commission in energy exploration would be outside its main activity of distributing gas to consumers in the emirate. It has previously signed contracts for receiving gas from Oman and ...  >>MORE

Adnoc set to resume production at Lower Zakum West next week

Posted on 28/11/2007

Abu Dhabi National Oil Co (Adnoc), the biggest oil-producer in the UAE, will resume production from its 280,000 barrel-a-day Lower Zakum West field on December 6, a company official said. The field, which produces more than 10 per cent of the UAE's daily oil output, has been completely shut since the end of October for the installation of a gas facility. The new facility will inject gas into the oil wells to exert pressure in the reservoir so more oil can be pumped out. Adnoc, the ...  >>MORE

Sharjah residents urged to sign up for gas network

Posted on 27/11/2007

The Sharjah Electricity & Water Authority has called on the residents of Sharjah city to apply for connection to the natural gas network."The project to supply gas to Sharjah city has received an overwhelming response. Currently, more than 106,000 consumers are benefiting from the services. The gas pipeline stretches for 1,200 kilometres, covering almost 90 percent of the city," said Tariq Rashid bin Daimas, Head of the Gas Distribution Directorate at SEWA. Second phase of the Dh 600 million ...  >>MORE

UAE gasoline prices in focus as oil revenues soar

Posted on 25/11/2007

Economists said the UAE is poised to reap a bonanza thanks to higher revenues from oil exports. The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company's (ADNOC) official selling price (OSP) for its main Murban crude is at a record high in line with prevailing global trends, Gulf News reported. They, however, added that domestic refined product distributors could request an increase in gasoline prices that have not been revised for more than two years due to government controls. This would further fuel inflation in ...  >>MORE

Vopak Horizon Fujairah studies oil terminal for expansion

Posted on 25/11/2007

The board of directors of Vopak Horizon Fujairah on Saturday announced that studies are being made for the expansion of the terminal, with up to 1.2 million cubic metre and four to six additional berths. The plan sits on top of the ongoing expansion to 380,000 cbm, including two berths to be commissioned on January 2008. The oil terminal will have a total capacity of 2.7 million cbm, 10-12 berths capable of handling vessels up to 175,000 d.w.t., enabling Vopak Horizon Fujairah to further ...  >>MORE

BP celebrates 25 years of success in Sharjah

Posted on 23/11/2007

BP, a global leader in oil and gas industry, recently celebrated 25 years of successful operations in the Emirate of Sharjah. The event was a major milestone in BP's journey during which time it registered significant achievements and built its long standing relationship with the Government and people of Sharjah. BP's relationship with Sharjah was established in 1978, when it signed a concession agreement for the exploration and production of oil and gas with the Government of Sharjah. ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas opens its new branch office in Kurdistan, Iraq

Posted on 22/11/2007

Dana Gas, the Middle East's first and largest regional private-sector natural gas company, yesterday inaugurated its new Suleymaniya office in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. The office was officially opened by His Excellency Othman Shwani, Minister of Planning of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), and Hamid Dhiya Jafar, Executive Chairman of Dana Gas, in the presence of many local officials, members of Dana Gas' board of directors, and senior management of the company. In April of this ...  >>MORE

GCC embarks on joint study with IAEA on first nuclear facility

Posted on 21/11/2007

The first stage of a feasibility study into plans for a nuclear power plant in the Gulf has been completed, it was revealed on Monday. 'The study was being carried out jointly by the GCC and International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), said Ali bin Abdullah Al Owais, Undersecretary at the UAE?s Ministry of Energy. 'Nuclear power was the ultimate solution to meet future energy demands and challenges, he told the 13th Annual Energy Conference of the Emirates Centre for Strategic Studies and ...  >>MORE

Senior Adnoc official urges efficient use of hydrocarbon resources

Posted on 20/11/2007

The current refining capacity of Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc), is above 500,000 barrels per day, the company's marketing and refining director told Gulf News yesterday on the sidelines of 13th annual energy conference here. The three-day conference, organised by the Emirates Centre for Strategic Studies and Research, is debating future Arabian Gulf energy sources - hydrocarbon, nuclear or renewable. Sultan Ahmad Al Muhairi, however, didn't say if Adnoc will raise state-set domestic ...  >>MORE

Khalifa reiterates UAE's commitment to supply world oil market

Posted on 19/11/2007

Riyadh - Heads of states of the 12 members of the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) ended their 3rd summit in Riyadh today after ratifying the summit's final communiqué. President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan addressed the closed-door session yesterday, reiterating UAE's commitment to continue supplying the international oil market. Sheikh Khalifa attributed the increase in oil prices to the rising consumption, the high taxes imposed by the consumer countries, ...  >>MORE

Khalifa makes a bold wake-up call

Posted on 19/11/2007

The call by the UAE on Sunday to come up with alternative but cleaner and safer sources of energy is a bold wake-up call amid the global worries about climate change, a UAE paper commented 'The call, by President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, came at the closing session of the rare Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) summit, hosted by Saudi Arabia, which announced a $300 million grant for environmental research, the Gulf News wrote in its editorial for ...  >>MORE

Third OPEC Summit concludes with Riyadh Declaration

Posted on 19/11/2007

Riyadh - The Third Summit of Heads of State and Government of OPEC Member Countries concluded yesterday in Riyadh issuing a call to the international community to protect the stability of global energy markets, reaffirming the need to use energy for sustainable development and emphasizing the importance of protecting environment. The third summit in the organisation's history underlined the interrelationship between security of supply and the security of demand, and reiterated their commitment ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi may open door to foreign investments in petrochemicals

Posted on 19/11/2007

Abu Dhabi is all set to implement its vision for the next five years and the 'Abu Dhabi 2030' urban development plan, said Khaldoon Khalifa Al Mubarak, Chairman of Abu Dhabi Executive Affairs Authority (EAA). Speaking at the Meed Abu Dhabi Conference 2007 which opened today, Al Mubarak said that the emirate was currently focusing on enabling the private sector to become a key player in the emirate's economy."We are pressing ahead with the privatization of government sector. In 2001, the public ...  >>MORE

We continue to invest more in oil to raise production: Sheikh Khalifa

Posted on 18/11/2007

Riyadh - President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has said that the UAE has remained committed to supplying oil to the international market and continue to invest more on oil to raise production capacity. "We in the United Arab Emirate, like other member countries of OPEC, do believe in the continuous supply of crude oil to the world market. We also believe in the need to invest more to boost production, but we also believe in the need to ensure security of demand against the security ...  >>MORE

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Aabar receives offer for upstream oil and gas subsidiary Pearl Energy


Emirates Gas introduces clean fuel in Dubai


Rise in oil prices not decided by supply and demand - Al Hameli


ADNOC announces oil prices for December 2007


Dana Gas exceeds 2007 production goals in Egypt


IPIC awards 460 million dollars contract


Adnoc vows to protect environment


Adnoc Distribution to set up 11 natural gas filling stations


UAE's crude production falls 18% in November


GASCO awards EPC contract for replacement of NGL network


Abu Dhabi to launch major energy project


Fujairah refinery re-commissioned


President chairs Supreme Petroleum Council meeting


Khalifa reviews new ADNOC building project


Abu Dhabi to pump Dh100bn into oil sector


Mohammed bin Zayed receives OPEC Ministers


OPEC to maintain current output


Oil market very stable: Al Attiyah


Working together - the key to ensuring stable oil markets: UAE Energy Minister


Al Hameli: oil revenues to boost development


UAE will continue to use oil wealth to fuel sustainable economic growth: Hameli


No reason to pump more oil to glut the market - Atiyyah


OPEC ministers fly into Abu Dhabi for 146th conference


OPEC committed to providing sufficient supplies


OPEC: UAE inheritor of hundred thousand years of diverse history, culture


OPEC ready to quench Asia's thirst for oil, says Al Hameli


Dana to give Iran gas to UAE shortly


RAK gas distributor eyes Tanzania exploration deal


Adnoc set to resume production at Lower Zakum West next week


Sharjah residents urged to sign up for gas network


UAE gasoline prices in focus as oil revenues soar


Vopak Horizon Fujairah studies oil terminal for expansion


BP celebrates 25 years of success in Sharjah


Dana Gas opens its new branch office in Kurdistan, Iraq


GCC embarks on joint study with IAEA on first nuclear facility


Senior Adnoc official urges efficient use of hydrocarbon resources


Khalifa reiterates UAE's commitment to supply world oil market


Khalifa makes a bold wake-up call


Third OPEC Summit concludes with Riyadh Declaration


Abu Dhabi may open door to foreign investments in petrochemicals


We continue to invest more in oil to raise production: Sheikh Khalifa