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THE ECONOMY - OIL AND GAS

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

Final draft of the OPEC summit communiqué

Posted on 18/11/2007

Riyadh - Sources told Emirates News Agency (WAM) that the initial consultations among the Oil Producing and Exporting Countries (OPEC) members over the draft communiqué were positive ahead of the third OPEC summit, which will begin today in Riyadh. They added that the final draft, which will be endorsed on Sunday, will be called the 'Riyadh Declaration". They sources said that the draft reiterates adherence of OPEC members to the objectives of organisation since its inception before 47 years ...  >>MORE

Abdullah leads UAE team to OPEC ministerial meeting

Posted on 18/11/2007

Riyadh - Ministers of energy, finance and foreign affairs of member states of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) began here on Saturday a preparatory meeting for the Third OPEC Summit of Heads of State scheduled start on Sunday. The UAE delegation to the meeting is led by Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Foreign Minister, Sheikha Lubna Al Qasimi, Minister of Economy and Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hameli, Minister of Energy. Saudi Arabia will host the third summit of the ...  >>MORE

Centre for Information Affairs releases book on 'UAE and OPEC'

Posted on 18/11/2007

The Centre for Information Affairs, affiliated to Deputy Prime Minister's Office, has published a book entitled, 'United Arab Emirates and OPEC', on the occasion of the participation of President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan in the Third OPEC Summit, to be held in Riyadh from 17 to 18 November. The book reviews the oil strategy adopted by H.H President Sheikh Khalifa and its all-encompassing positive influences on the sustained development as well as the benefits which the oil ...  >>MORE

Khalifa to lead UAE's delegation to third OPEC summit in Riyadh

Posted on 16/11/2007

President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan will lead the UAE's delegation to the third summit of heads of state of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), scheduled to start on Saturday in Riyadh. The two-day summit will discuss three main issues: provision of energy supplies, bolstering of world economy and protection of the environment. The first summit of the leaders of the 12-member OPEC was held in Algeria in 1975. The second summit took place in Venezuela in 2000. ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas achieves revenue of Dh719 million

Posted on 15/11/2007

Dana Gas has announced Quarterly Revenue of Dh276 million for the third quarter of 2007, an increase of 15% over the previous quarter resulting in Quarterly Gross Profit of Dh72 million. Net Profit for the quarter was Dh 22 Million after adjusting for non-cash depreciation and depletion of Dh56 million and finance costs of Dh30 million. The Company generated total revenue of Dh719 million in 264 days of production for the nine-month period ended 30 September 2007, with a Gross Profit of Dh ...  >>MORE

UAE's IPIC signs MoU with Pakistan to set up new oil refinery

Posted on 14/11/2007

Islamabad - Dhabi's International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Pakistan for setting up a new oil refinery in Khalifa Point with a refining capacity of 200,000 barrels crude oil per day. The project is estimated to cost between USD 5 to 6billion. The MoU was signed between Managing Director of IPIC Khadem Al Qubaisi and Undersecretary of Pakistan's Ministry of Petroleum Firaq Qayum in presence of Pakistani Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz and ...  >>MORE

UAE, Pakistan to sign US$5 billion Khalifa refinery project Tuesday

Posted on 13/11/2007

Islamabad - The UAE and Pakistan will sign on Tuesday a US$5 billion agreement for building the Khalifa Costal Refinery at Khalifa Point in Baluchistan. A high level UAE delegation led by Minister of Energy Mohammad bin Dha'en Al Hameli arrived in Islamabad yesterday to ink the agreement. He is accompanied by Managing Director of the Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) Khadim Al Qubaisi, Manager of Evaluation and Execution Mohammed Muhairi and Dr Fazal Azim, senior consultant. Al Hameli is ...  >>MORE

World oil market faces uncertain future: ADNOC

Posted on 12/11/2007

As world oil market experienced a volatile trend during September and early October, a cloud of uncertainty hangs over the market that is not good for either consuming countries or producers despite OPEC?s best efforts to ensure energy consumers remained well supplied, a senior official at Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has admitted. "High oil prices are good for producing countries especially if they are investing billions of Dollars to ensure that oil flows for the next 20 years. But ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi plans US$5b refinery in Pakistan

Posted on 12/11/2007

The Abu Dhabi government will set up a US$5 billion (Dh18.25 billion) Khalifa Coastal Refinery (KCR) in Pakistan, a senior diplomat told Gulf News. A delegation from the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC), led by UAE Minister of Energy Mohammad Bin Dha'en Al Hameli, will sign an agreement tomorrow in Islamabad with the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy Resources. The agreement will be signed in the presence of Pakistan Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz. "This is the largest ...  >>MORE

ADGAS awards multi-million dollar contract to MEPI

Posted on 09/11/2007

The Abu Dhabi Gas Liquefaction Company LTD (ADGAS), has awarded a $610 million contract for Package One of the Offshore Associated Gases (OAG) Project on Das Island to Middle East Projects International (MEPI), a fully owned subsidiary of Technip. The facility would compress, dehydrate and dispatch offshore gases to the facilities of Habshan, to be processed and provided for local consumption. The move is part of ADGAS' vision that aspires to play a key role in the UAE energy strategy and ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi to pump US$20b into oil sector

Posted on 08/11/2007

Abu Dhabi has planned investments of more than US$20 billion to boost the emirate's oil and natural gas output, said the chairman of Al Rayan Investment. Speaking at a conference organised by the company, Fardan Hassan Al Fardan said the proposed investment will be made under Abu Dhabi's Strategic Plan 2030. "Over US$20 billion... has been allocated for the oil and gas sector to increase in production from 2.6 million barrels per day to around 3.5 million barrels per day from 2009 and 2011. ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces its crude oil prices for October

Posted on 05/11/2007

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has announced the prices for its crude oil for October. Murban is pegged at US$81.80 for a barrel, Lower Zakum at US$81.85, Umm Shaif at US$81.10, while Upper Zakum is pegged at US$77.80 for a barrel. (Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

ADNOC receives second of four Dubai-built vessels in a US$ 15.1m deal

Posted on 01/11/2007

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has received the second of four twin screw Azymuth Stern Drive (ASD) type, mooring work and oil recovery boats from Dubai-based shipbuilding and repair specialist Grandweld, a GMMOS Group company, in a deal worth US$15.1 million signed last year. These vessels are measuring 20 metres long and capable reaching a top speed of 11.2 knots. Each boat is powered by twin MTU engines rated at 880Kw each and has a bollard pull of 30 tones. They are specifically ...  >>MORE

TAQA announces Q3 2007 financial results

Posted on 01/11/2007

The Abu Dhabi National Energy Company PJSC, a publicly listed company on the Abu Dhabi Securities Market (ADSM: TAQA), yesterday reported strong financial results for the third quarter of the year ending 30 September 2007. During the third quarter, total revenue reached Dh2.45bn compared with Dh874.9m for the same period in 2006, an increase of 181%. Revenue from the electricity and water business grew by 35% to Dh1.2bn, from Dhs874m for the same period in 2006. This does not include ...  >>MORE

OPEC's duty to help ensure stable, secure supplies at reasonable prices: OPEC President

Posted on 31/10/2007

London - OPEC Conference President and U.A.E Minister of Energy Mohammed Bin Dhaen al-Hameli Tuesday reiterated OPEC's interest in ensuring stable, secure supplies of oil at reasonable prices in a healthy and well-ordered market. "We will do what we can, namely responding to changing demand fundamentals to ensure that the market remains amply supplied with crude oil", he stressed adding that this involves maintaining a proper balance among all the main players in the industry - producers and ...  >>MORE

Aabar’s third-quarter revenues climb on higher production

Posted on 31/10/2007

Aabar Petroleum Investments Company PJSC (Aabar) has announced that net revenues in the third quarter of 2007 climbed 83% to Dh457 million from Dh250 million in the same period a year ago following an increase in the group's oil production from its continuing operations in Southeast Asia. Operating profit rose 58% to Dh188 million from Dh119 million a year ago. Aabar reported a net profit to shareholders of Dh19 million for the quarter, with basic and diluted earnings per share of 2.1 fils. ...  >>MORE

Dana gas raises Sukuk to US$1billion

Posted on 22/10/2007

Dana gas, the Middle East's first regional private-sector natural gas Company, has announced raising the ceiling of its Sukuk, which were launched on Oct., 4th, by additional US$125 million to US$1 billion in the second increment against the initial issue volume of US$750. Earlier Dana gas authorised G.B.Morgan to exclusively manage the register and issuance and Barclays Capital and Citi as joint lead managers for Sukuk issue. Humaid Ja'far, CEO of Dana gas Board said "higher demand for Sukuk ...  >>MORE

UAE consumers in shock as oil hits US$90 a barrel

Posted on 21/10/2007

Oil yesterday crossed the US$90 a barrel mark before retreating, sending shockwaves among global consumers. US crude dropped by 68 cents to US$88.79 a barrel by 7.14 pm, having hit a record high of US$90.07 earlier. "It's surprising, the market has its own mind," Kate Dourian, editor of energy information service provider Platts Middle East, told Gulf News. "It looks like the demand projections were not in tune to the market reality; 500,000 barrel increase by OPEC members have not filtered in ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi to build US$ 5 billion coastal refinery in Pakistan

Posted on 11/10/2007

The Pakistani government has approved construction of Coastal Refinery project costing US$5 billion at Khalifa Point in Hub area of Baluchistan and implementation agreement to this effect would be signed with international oil company within month. The decision was taken in the Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) of the Cabinet which met here on Wednesday with the Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz in chair, according to the Associated Press of Pakistan (APP). Later, Economic Advisor to Prime ...  >>MORE

GCC oil refining capacity to touch 6.3m bpd by 2010

Posted on 08/10/2007

The combined crude oil refining capacity of the six Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries is expected to jump 45.5 per cent to 6.3 million barrels per day (bpd) by 2010 with the addition of new refineries and increase in the production capacity of existing refineries, the Emirates Industrial Bank (EIB) said in a report yesterday. As of 2005, the combined refining capacity of GCC countries stood at 4.33 million bpd. "The potential increase is a result of four new refineries planned in ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas places US$875 million of convertible sukuk

Posted on 08/10/2007

Dana Gas PJSC, the Middle East's first regional private-sector natural gas company, announced today that it has successfully placed its Convertible Sukuk issue of US$875 million. The size of the issue was increased from its initial amount of US$750 million following strong market interest. This is the first accelerated exchangeable bond in the Middle East and also the third largest convertible to be completed in the region. The sukuk issue is part of Dana Gas' strategy to put in place the ...  >>MORE

Crescent completes drilling programme in Mubarak field

Posted on 05/10/2007

Crescent Petroleum, the region's oldest private upstream company and the operator of the Mubarak field, has announced the successful conclusion of its recent drilling programme in the Mubarak field, offshore Sharjah, with completion of the K2 well. The well was drilled to a depth of 13,528 feet in the Ilam reservoir. After initial tests, the well is flowing at 742 barrels per day, similar to the initial flow rate of the first well, H2, in this two-well programme. These wells were the ...  >>MORE

Aabar set to sell stake in Dalma to GulfCap

Posted on 05/10/2007

Aabar Petroleum Investments Company PJSC (Aabar), the Middle East's first publicly listed company operating in the petroleum sector, said yesterday it has obtained approval from the federal government for the sale of its shares in Dalma Energy LLC to the GulfCap Group and amending the company's name to Aabar Energy. "The Department of Economy and Planning in Abu Dhabi have approved the resolutions that were adopted by the extraordinary general meeting on September 10," Tanya Pang, a ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces oil prices for September

Posted on 03/10/2007

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has announced the prices of its crude oil for September. Murban has been pegged at US$78.55 per barrel, Lower Zakum at US$78.60, Umm Shaif at US$77.80, while Upper Zakum has been pegged at 73.85 per barrel. (Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

Adnoc notifies on supply cut

Posted on 27/09/2007

Tokyo/Singapore — Abu Dhabi National Oil Co (Adnoc) told at least one customer yesterday it would halve term November exports of its three offshore crudes due to field work, blunting the impact of Opec's planned output rise. Adnoc, the main oil producer in Opec-member the United Arab Emirates (UAE), notified at least one refiner in Japan that it was reducing supplies of its Umm Shaif, Lower Zakum and Upper Zakum crudes by about half, a trading source said. The notice was the first to confirm ...  >>MORE

ADNOC to cut oil output for maintenance in November

Posted on 24/09/2007

ADNOC confirms that a scheduled essential maintenance programme will take place in November 2007 at three offshore fields: Upper Zakum, Lower Zakum and Umm Shaif. During the maintenance period, production will be reduced by approximately 600,000b/d. This maintenance programme has been well planned for over a year and ADNOC has worked closely with its term clients to ensure there is minimal disruption to their operations, which also coincides with the scheduled seasonal refinery maintenance in ...  >>MORE

IPIC Chairman welcomes deal with Japan's Cosmo Oil

Posted on 20/09/2007

UAE's Minister of Presidential Affairs and Chairman of Abu Dhabi's International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, welcomed the recently-signed deal between IPIC and Cosmo Oil Co. Limited of Japan (Cosmo Oil) whereby IPIC acquires a 20.85% stake in Cosmo Oil Co. Limited of Japan (Cosmo Oil) in a deal valued at 89.8 billion Yen (approx 780 million USD). "The agreement (with Cosmo Oil) represents a huge achievement that further promotes the sound visions of ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi's IPIC acquires 20.85pc stake in Japan's Cosmo Oil for US$780 million

Posted on 19/09/2007

Abu Dhabi's International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) announced yesterday the launch of its first investment into the Japanese downstream sector by agreeing to acquire a 20.85% stake in Cosmo Oil Co. Limited of Japan (Cosmo Oil) in a deal valued at 89.8 billion Yen (approx US$US780 million), according to a press release by IPIC. "IPIC wishes to gratefully acknowledge the support and guidance of the President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and Crown Prince H. H. Sheikh Mohamed ...  >>MORE

Japan welcomes IPIC-Cosmo partnership

Posted on 19/09/2007

Tokyo - Japan welcomed today the strategic partnership between International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) and Cosmo Oil Company, under which, the latter will allot new shares, equivalent to approximately 20% of total number of outstanding shares and latent shares of the Company to IPIC. Japanese Minister of Economy, Trade, & Industry Akira Amari said in a statement that the partnership would further enhance his country's ties of friendship with the UAE. Yaichi Kimura, President of ...  >>MORE

Halliburton to expand Dubai hub

Posted on 19/09/2007

Halliburton said it would commit additional resources to its Dubai headquarters to target the more than US$8 billion in oil services contracts expected in the eastern hemisphere over the next few years. The US firm believes oil companies will award some 80 contracts in oil drilling services valued at US$100 million or higher over the next three to four years in the Middle East, Africa, Asia-Pacific and Europe/Eurasia. Houston-based Halliburton set up a second headquarters in Dubai last March ...  >>MORE

Oil rises above $78 a barrel

Posted on 13/09/2007

Oil held near a record high above $78 a barrel on Wednesday, after OPEC's token output increase failed to soothe consumers' worries about falling inventories and supply disruptions. US light crude for October delivery was up 3 cents at $78.26 a barrel by 0510 GMT, after a record close on Tuesday of $78.23, and within a whisker of Aug. 1's record intraday high of $78.77. London Brent crude was down 3 cents at $76.35. Saudi Arabia persuaded OPEC to raise crude output by 500,000 barrels ...  >>MORE

Worley Parsons awarded Fujairah crude pipeline design contract

Posted on 06/09/2007

The Abu Dhabi -based International Petroleum Investment Company has awarded engineering and design contract of the Habshan-Fujairah crude pipeline project to Worley Parsons. Worley Parsons was selected from among international companies invited to submit bids for the contract. The $1 billion project entails construction of a360-kilometer oil pipeline from Habshan to Fujairah and associated facilities. The 48-inch pipeline will have a capacity to pump 1.5m bpd. The project is expected to be ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces crude retrospective prices for August

Posted on 05/09/2007

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) Tuesday announced the retrospective prices for August 2007 for Abu Dhabi's four main grades of crude oil. The price for the onshore Murban crude was set at US$71.75 per barrel, while prices for the three offshore crudes were set at US$71.80 for Lower Zakum, US$71 for Umm Shaif and US$67.30 for Upper Zakum. (Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas makes first oil discovery at Egyptian concession area

Posted on 05/09/2007

Dana Gas, the Middle East's first and largest regional private-sector natural gas company, has made the first ever oil discovery in Southern Egypt from its Al Baraka-1 exploration well drilled in Komombo Concession in Upper Egypt. The discovery was hailed by the Egyptian petroleum minister Engineer Sameh Fahmy, who visited the site on location and renamed the new field "Al Baraka" (meaning blessing). The minister was accompanied by General Sameer Yousuf, governor of Aswan and Hassan Akil, the ...  >>MORE

IPIC, Turkmen Gas to boost cooperation

Posted on 26/08/2007

Khadem Al Qubaisi, Managing Director of International Petroleum Investment Company ("IPIC") met yesterday with the Chairman of Turkmen Gas and discussed with him ways to boost cooperation on the light of the Memorandum of Understanding signed between UAE and Turkmenistan on bolstering cooperation in the energy sector. Al Qubaisi made a brief presentation about IPIC's role in energy sector and its international investments. He also gave an overview about the company's strategy of establishing an ...  >>MORE

UAE set to reduce output

Posted on 17/08/2007

The UAE will shut around a quarter of its oil output for two to three weeks of planned maintenance at two of its largest fields from the end of October, a Gulf industry source said on yesterday. The shutdown will cut output from the world's sixth-largest oil exporter by around 630,000 barrels per day (bpd), he said. Oil traders in Asia said the total output reduction would be as high as 810,000 bpd as a third field would also undergo work. The country's output in July was around 2.54 million ...  >>MORE

Exxon faces delays in plans to boost oil output in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 17/08/2007

ExxonMobil Corporation's efforts to boost oil output from the world's second largest offshore field in Abu Dhabi face delays, said people familiar with the situation. The project is at the heart of Abu Dhabi's plans to stem a decline in ageing fields and boost the UAE's daily production to four million barrels from 2.5 million barrels. A key contract to manage a vast engineering project that is required to tap the 20 billion barrels of crude held in the Upper Zakum field has been delayed, ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas posts half yearly operating profits

Posted on 16/08/2007

Dana Gas, the Middle East's first private sector regional natural gas company, has achieved first half year of operating profits, with total revenues for the half year ended 30 June 2007 rising to Dh443 million from 171 days of gas production operations, resulting in Gross Operating Cash Profit of Dh226 million. The financial results reflect consistent operating performance during the second quarter. The First half of 2007 saw Dana Gas complete the USUS$1.1 billion acquisition of Centurion ...  >>MORE

Sulphco commissions 30,000bpd of crude oil capacity in Fujairah

Posted on 16/08/2007

The commissioning of the first phase of Sulphco's 180,000 barrel per day (bpd) crude oil processing plant in Fujairah has begun. Sulphco — the company that has designed and patented Sonocracking technology — has reported the completion of infrastructure and ancillary facilities, including electric, cooling, water tanks, sludge tanks, pumps, control systems, a water separator and external feed lines, sufficient to allow continuous operation of one of the six commercial scale 30,000 barrel per ...  >>MORE

Importers of low quality diesel will be brought to book: FEA

Posted on 15/08/2007

The UAE environment watchdog agency will cooperate and coordinate with other competent circles in the country to formulate proper mechanisms to ban entry and use of low quality and under specification diesel, according to Dr. Salim Al Dhahiri, Director General of Federal Environment Agency (FEA). Al Dhahiri said that national oil producing, marketing and distributing companies began as of the first of July introducing the Ultra Low Sulphur Diesel (ULSD) as fuel in vehicles and industry in ...  >>MORE

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


Final draft of the OPEC summit communiqué


Abdullah leads UAE team to OPEC ministerial meeting


Centre for Information Affairs releases book on 'UAE and OPEC'


Khalifa to lead UAE's delegation to third OPEC summit in Riyadh


Dana Gas achieves revenue of Dh719 million


UAE's IPIC signs MoU with Pakistan to set up new oil refinery


UAE, Pakistan to sign US$5 billion Khalifa refinery project Tuesday


World oil market faces uncertain future: ADNOC


Abu Dhabi plans US$5b refinery in Pakistan


ADGAS awards multi-million dollar contract to MEPI


Abu Dhabi to pump US$20b into oil sector


ADNOC announces its crude oil prices for October


ADNOC receives second of four Dubai-built vessels in a US$ 15.1m deal


TAQA announces Q3 2007 financial results


OPEC's duty to help ensure stable, secure supplies at reasonable prices: OPEC President


Aabar’s third-quarter revenues climb on higher production


Dana gas raises Sukuk to US$1billion


UAE consumers in shock as oil hits US$90 a barrel


Abu Dhabi to build US$ 5 billion coastal refinery in Pakistan


GCC oil refining capacity to touch 6.3m bpd by 2010


Dana Gas places US$875 million of convertible sukuk


Crescent completes drilling programme in Mubarak field


Aabar set to sell stake in Dalma to GulfCap


ADNOC announces oil prices for September


Adnoc notifies on supply cut


ADNOC to cut oil output for maintenance in November


IPIC Chairman welcomes deal with Japan's Cosmo Oil


Abu Dhabi's IPIC acquires 20.85pc stake in Japan's Cosmo Oil for US$780 million


Japan welcomes IPIC-Cosmo partnership


Halliburton to expand Dubai hub


Oil rises above $78 a barrel


Worley Parsons awarded Fujairah crude pipeline design contract


ADNOC announces crude retrospective prices for August


Dana Gas makes first oil discovery at Egyptian concession area


IPIC, Turkmen Gas to boost cooperation


UAE set to reduce output


Exxon faces delays in plans to boost oil output in Abu Dhabi


Dana Gas posts half yearly operating profits


Sulphco commissions 30,000bpd of crude oil capacity in Fujairah


Importers of low quality diesel will be brought to book: FEA