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THE ECONOMY - OIL AND GAS

UAE to increase oil output to 3.5mb/d by 2009

Posted on 14/06/2007

The UAE, which has a current production of 2.7 million barrel per day (BPD) is working to increase its oil output to 3.5 million barrel per day, by 2009, according to Energy Minister Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hameli. Al Hameli, who is the current OPEC President, made the remarks during a meeting in Abu Dhabi yesterday with a visiting delegation of U.S. journalists. He said that oil market has currently enough supplies, attributing the rise in prices to political tension in some production areas, ...  >>MORE

Borouge awards US$300m olefins conversion unit contract

Posted on 14/06/2007

Borouge, a leading provider of innovative, value creating plastics solutions, today awarded a contract worth approximately US$300 million for the construction of a new olefins conversion unit (OCU) to Samsung Engineering for Borouge 2, the major expansion project at the company's production facilities in Ruwais, Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates. The unit, which will convert ethylene into propylene to feed two new Borstar technology polypropylene plants, will be the world's largest using ...  >>MORE

Fujairah tank farm outstanding - Vitol

Posted on 13/06/2007

Vitol's newly purchased refinery in Fujairah, which has sat idle for four years, has excellent oil storage tanks that can hold over three million barrels, the trading firm's chairman said yesterday. "It's a great storage terminal," Ian Taylor, chairman and president of one of the world's two biggest independent oil traders, told reporters at the Asia Oil and Gas Conference. He said the capacity at the site in Fujairah, the world's second-biggest marine fuel port by volume, was 500,000 cubic ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi, Spain sign advanced energies research agreement

Posted on 12/06/2007

The Emirate of Abu Dhabi and the Kingdom of Spain have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on technical cooperation in the fields of renewable energies, transport, environment and tourism. As part of the MOU, Spain will commit 5 million Euro to support feasibility studies, technical assistance and work related to projects that promote renewable energies and sustainable resource utilization, with a special focus on solar, thermal and photovoltaic projects. Abu Dhabi's Executive ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas announces new gas discovery in Egypt

Posted on 12/06/2007

Dana Gas, the Middle East private-sector natural gas company, has announced a new gas and condensate discovery from its El Wastani West-2 well (EWW-2). The well has been tested and flowed at a rate of 9.5 million standard cubic feet per day (mmscf/d) of Gas and 1,022 barrels of Condensate per day (bc/d) at 28/64" choke from the Qawasim sands. Centurion Petroleum Corporation, the upstream division of Dana Gas, drilled the EWW-2 well to a total depth of 3,175 meters and encountered 8.3 meters ...  >>MORE

UAE becomes first IAEE affiliate

Posted on 10/06/2007

The Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC) announced on Wednesday that it will facilitate the establishment of a UAE affiliate of the International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE), under the patronage of UAE Minister of Energy and President of the OPEC Conference Mohamed bin Dha'en Al Hameli, The Gulf Today reported yesterday. Established in 1977, the IAEE is an international non-profit professional organisation whose members include business, government, academic and other ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas plans Sukuk issue to fund growth strategy

Posted on 06/06/2007

Dana Gas, the Middle East's first regional private-sector natural gas company, has called an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) of its shareholders to approve the issue of a sharia-compliant bond in the form of a convertible sukuk. The sukuk issue is part of Dana Gas' strategy to put in place a more efficient capital structure through broadening and diversifying the financing channels for the continued growth and expansion of the Company's activities. Dana Gas is seeking approval from its ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces crude prices

Posted on 05/06/2007

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) Monday announced the retrospective Government Selling Prices - all FOB Abu Dhabi Ports- for Abu Dhabi's four main grades of crude oil for May 2007. The price of the Murban crude was set at US$68.40 per barrel, while prices for the three offshore crudes were set at US$68.45 for Lower Zakum, US$67.85 for Umm Shaif and US $64.05 for Upper Zakum. (Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

GE Oil and Gas to manufacture 2 gas turbine-driven trains for ADGAS

Posted on 03/06/2007

GE Oil & Gas will supply turbo compressors trains to ADGAS for Das Island LNG Complex, according to a new agreement the two companies signed toady. The Abu Dhabi Gas Liquefaction Company (ADGAS) will be using the two gas turbine-driven turbo compressor trains for feed gas service to compress natural gas from the ADGAS Das Island LNG complex through a 200-kilometer subsea pipeline to Ruwais and a 100-kilometer onshore pipeline to the onshore Habshan plant managed by GASCO, where the gas will be ...  >>MORE

Taqa buys Canadian Oil exploration firm

Posted on 30/05/2007

The Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (ADSM: TAQA) announced yesterday the purchase of Northrock Resources Ltd, a subsidiary of the US firm Pogo Producing Company (NYSE: PPP) for USUS$2 billion. When finalized, the deal will provide TAQA with an additional 142 million barrels of proven oil and gas reserves, over 37,000 boe/d (gross) and a best-in-class exploration and production team. Calgary based Northrock Resources Ltd. ("Northrock") is a Canadian oil and gas exploration company with ...  >>MORE

Aabar drills second appraisal well at Sebuku gas prospect

Posted on 29/05/2007

Aabar Petroleum Investments Company PJSC ('Aabar') announces it has completed drilling and testing operations on the Makassar Straits-3 ('MS-3') appraisal well in the Sebuku Production Sharing Contract ('PSC') offshore east Kalimantan, Indonesia. The MS-3 well was drilled to a total depth of 5,000 feet and encountered 122.5 feet of net gas pay over a gross pay interval of 260 feet. Under testing, the well flowed at a rate of 39.2 million cubic feet per day ('mmcfd') through a 96/64 inch ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas and APICORP enter into strategic cooperation

Posted on 28/05/2007

Dana Gas, the Middle East's first regional private-sector natural gas company, announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for strategic cooperation and co-investment with the Arab Petroleum Investments Corporation (APICORP). APICORP is a leading inter-governmental regional financial institution specialized in energy finance and investment throughout the Arab region, and is headquartered in Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia. This move, which was sealed Sunday in Sharjah, marks ...  >>MORE

Aabar makes new oil discovery onshore Indonesia

Posted on 26/05/2007

Abu Dhabi-based Aabar Petroleum Investments Company PJSC ('Aabar') announces it has completed drilling and testing operations on the Mengoepeh South-1 exploration well in the Tungkal Production Sharing Contract ('PSC') onshore Sumatra, Indonesia. Mengoepeh South-1 was drilled to a total measured depth of 1,502 metres and encountered 70 metres of net oil pay over a gross pay interval of 188 metres true vertical depth. Four drill stem tests were conducted on the well and flowed at a combined ...  >>MORE

Halliburton to target US$80b projects from Dubai base

Posted on 23/05/2007

US oil services firm Halliburton said yesterday it was looking for a suitable site to build its corporate headquarters in Dubai and would hire 14,000 people globally. Halliburton is tracking about 60 projects worth US$80 billion (Dh294.24 billion) across the world for which it may compete over the next five years. The company is also looking for investors to take a stake in it. The New York-listed Halliburton plans to have a secondary listing on a Middle East stock exchange. Lesar said the ...  >>MORE

Aabar starts production at platform in Thailand

Posted on 21/05/2007

Aabar Petroleum Investments Company (Aabar) has started production at the Jasmine C platform (Jasmine C) in the Jasmine Production Area (Jasmine PA) in Block B 5/27 in the Gulf of Thailand. Production at Jasmine C started on May 16 at an initial rate of 1,450 barrels of oil per day (bpd) from a single development well, C1. Two additional development wells, C2 and C3, will be completed and brought into production in the next few days of the initial phase of the drilling programme, which ...  >>MORE

Adnoc, term lifters agree to hike naphtha

Posted on 17/05/2007

Singapore – Abu Dhabi National Oil company, Adnoc, and most of its term naphtha lifters have agreed to a 50-cent price rise in the premium for July 2007 – June 2008 supplies, buyers and traders said on Wednesday. The agreed prices were at par with Adnoc's initial offer last week of about US$18-US$20 a tonne premium above its own formula for three grades: pentane plus, low sulphur and splitter naphtha. The prices are up 50 cents from those agreed for April 2007 – March 2008, possibly setting ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas to expand Egypt operations

Posted on 17/05/2007

Dana Gas has announced its intention to expand its gas operations and investments in Egypt's growing natural gas industry. The company is sponsoring the leading conference for the natural gas industry in Egypt, INTERGAS IV, which is being held from the 15th - 17th May 2007 at the Cairo International Convention and Exhibition Centre. Dana Gas is participating in the conference and exhibition and hosted the lunch on the opening day following the inauguration, attended by H.E. Eng. Sameh Fahmy, ...  >>MORE

Aabar Q1 revenue increases Dh379 million

Posted on 17/05/2007

Aabar Petroleum Investments Company (Aabar) has announced a sharp increase in first quarter 2007 revenue and operating profit. First-quarter revenue for the period under review increased to Dh 379 million from Dh 66 million in the corresponding period last year and operating profit increased to Dh 110 million from Dh 3 million. Aabar attributed the growth in revenue and operating profit to the acquisition last year of its Singapore-based exploration and production subsidiary, Pearl Energy ...  >>MORE

UAE participates at ITERGAS IV

Posted on 16/05/2007

Cairo - UAE Energy Minister and OPEC President Mohammed bin Dha'en Al Hameli yesterday said OPEC was ready to meet the demand of its consumers. "There is surplus in the international oil markets and we are certain that OPEC can meet the demands of its consumers", he said on the sidelines of INTERGAS IV conference which opened here today. On the UAE-Egyptian cooperation, Al Hameli said he was happy to see many UAE companies investing in Egypt. "There are promising opportunities for UAE companies ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas achieves first operating profits

Posted on 16/05/2007

Dana Gas, the Middle East's first private sector regional natural gas company, has achieved its first quarter of operating profits, with total revenues for the quarter ended 31st March 2007 rising to Dh202 million from 80 days of gas production operations, resulting in Gross Operating Profit of Dh105 million and Cash flow from Operations of Dh68 million. The First Quarter of 2007 saw Dana Gas complete the US$1.1 billion acquisition of Centurion Energy International in early January, ...  >>MORE

UAE's Crescent says Iranian gas deal is binding

Posted on 16/05/2007

The UAE's Crescent Petroleum said yesterday that its contract to import Iranian gas was binding and that it had not received an ultimatum from Tehran to resolve a price dispute or lose the gas. The UAE needs the gas from the US$1 billion project to meet rapidly rising domestic demand from industry and power plants, but the deal became controversial in Iran last year after some politicians said the gas export price should be higher. Iranian Oil Minister Kazem Vaziri-Hamaneh was quoted in ...  >>MORE

UAE Energy Minister lauds Central Europe's leading oil and gas group OMV's new Middle East initiative

Posted on 15/05/2007

Abu Dhabi's energy community led by His Excellency Mohamed Bin Dha'en Al Hameli, UAE Minister of Energy welcomed the latest entrant to the UAE capital - OMV Aktiengesellschaft, Central Europe's leading oil and gas group at a high profile gathering at Emirates Palace hotel attended by the who's who of Abu Dhabi's energy industry Al Hameli also extended a welcome to Gerhard Roiss, OMV's Deputy Chairman on behalf of His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Chairman of Abu Dhabi's ...  >>MORE

Northern UAE eyes Dolphin gas imports

Posted on 15/05/2007

Abu Dhabi could resell Qatari natural gas it imports through the Dolphin Energy pipeline to the northern United Arab Emirates as early as next year, a senior official said on Monday. "Dolphin gas could be available for the northern emirates in one or two years,” said Khalid Malallah Al Awadi, Gas Operations Manager of Emirates General Petroleum Corporation (Emarat). "It would be only economical and logical for Abu Dhabi to sell Dolphin gas to the northern emirates, especially in winter.” ...  >>MORE

Aabar shareholders approve dividend

Posted on 09/05/2007

Aabar Petroleum Investments Company PJSC shareholders at the second annual general meeting (AGM) yesterday endorsed recommendations from the Board of Directors regarding the company's future direction, key appointments and dividend payment, a statement said. The key resolutions passed by shareholders at the AGM included the approval of 2006 financial results and a proposed five per cent dividend recommendation, the appointment of Aabar's CEO David Woodward as a board member, and an ...  >>MORE

Japanese oil imports from the UAE hit 38.4 million barrels in March

Posted on 08/05/2007

Tokyo - Japanese oil imports from the UAE hit 38.43 million barrel in March this year, accounting for 27 per cent of the total Japanese oil imports. According to a report released by the Japanese Energy and Natural Resources Agency, the UAE topped supplier of crude oil to Japan, followed by Saudi Arabia with 35.41 million barrels. Iran ranked third with 21.13 million barrels. Japan also imported light Basra crude from Iraq during the same period. The report said Japan relied on Arab oil ...  >>MORE

ADNOC price-tags crude oil for April

Posted on 05/05/2007

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, ADNOC, on Monday announced the prices of its crude oil FOB Abu Dhabi ports for the Month of April, 2007. According to ADNOC, Murban crude recorded US $ 67.60 per barrel, Lower Zakum sold at US $ 67.65, Umm Shaif at US $ 67.05, while Upper Zakum fetched US $ 63.35. (Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

VITOL purchases major stake in Fujairah Refinery

Posted on 05/05/2007

Commodities trader Vitol Group International has acquired a major stake in the Fujairah Government owned Fujairah Refinery Limited Fujairah Oil Company. An agreement to this effect was signed between the Fujairah Oil Company, representing the Government of Fujairah and the Vital Group of Companies when H.H. Sheikh Hamad bin Mohammed Al Sharqi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Fujairah received last Thursday at his Palace Mr Ian Taylor, President of Vitol. Taylor said his Group was ...  >>MORE

Aabar successfully appraises Sebuku gas prospect in Indonesia

Posted on 03/05/2007

Aabar Petroleum Investments Company PJSC (Aabar') announces it has completed drilling and testing operations on the Makassar Straits-4 (MS-4) appraisal well in the Sebuku Production Sharing Contract (PSC) offshore east Kalimantan, Indonesia. The MS-4 well was drilled to a total depth of 5,367 feet and encountered 318 feet of gross gas pay and 279 feet of net gas pay in a single reservoir pay zone. A total gas column of 618 feet has been proven based on the results of this well and the ...  >>MORE

GCC spending in new projects US$270b: UAE Energy Minister

Posted on 03/05/2007

Riyadh - GCC OPEC countries alone are spending US$270 billion in new projects between now and the end of the decade, according to UAE Energy Minister and President of Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). "Investments of this magnitude in my country (UAE) and in neighbouring states will certainly provide comfort to those who are worried about Security of supply", he stressed, adding that the Gulf countries have embarked on significant expansion plans to increase ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas achieves key milestones in first year

Posted on 01/05/2007

Dana Gas PJSC, the Middle East's first private sector regional natural gas company, outlined the key business achievements made by the company in its first year since establishment, at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) that took place Sunday in Sharjah. "Just over a year ago, Dana Gas was born as a new concept, with a vision to be the first private-sector regional gas company in the Middle East," said Hamid Dhiya Jafar, Executive Chairman of Dana Gas, in the Chairman's Report to the AGM. "In ...  >>MORE

Japan Bank for International Cooperation signs MOU with ADNOC

Posted on 30/04/2007

Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) yesterday signed a memorandum of understanding with Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) for establishing a comprehensive partnership for business development in the oil and gas sector. The MoU, concluded on the final day of the UAE-Japanese Economic Forum, was signed by ADNOC CEO Yousef Omair bin Yousef and JBIC Governor Kyosuke Shinozawa, in the presence of the Japanese Prime Minister. The MOU seeks to establish a comprehensive and ...  >>MORE

Energy Minister discuss cooperation with Chinese official

Posted on 30/04/2007

Energy Minister, Mohammed bin Dha'en Al Hameli, received at his office in Abu Dhabi yesterday the Vice Chairman of the State Development and Reform Commission of the People's Republic of China, Chen Deming. During the meeting, they discussed cooperation between the UAE and China in the areas of energy, oil and gas, in the light of the outcome of the visit to China last month by Foreign Minister, Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan He praised Sheikh Abdullah's visit to China and said the ...  >>MORE

RAK Petroleum first year net profits reach Dh180 million

Posted on 27/04/2007

RAK Petroleum PCL announced today that its profits during the 461 days ended 31st December 2006 amounted to over Dh180 million (UUS$50 million), which represented an average net return of six per cent to shareholders. Deposits and gains from investments in financial markets accounted for these returns as the Company was mainly evaluating major investment and acquisition opportunities during the initial year. Reviewing the performance of the Company at the Ordinary General Meeting (OGM) ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas signs agreement with KIOEC

Posted on 26/04/2007

Dana Gas, the Middle East's first regional private-sector natural gas company, announced that it has signed a farm out agreement with Kuwait International Oil and Environment Company (KIOEC), a subsidiary of TAQAT Holding and Gulf Oil Investments, to participate with a fifty percent working interest in Dana Gas' Komombo Concession, located in the Western Desert, Upper Egypt and approximately 800 Km south of Cairo. Dana Gas will remain as operator of the concession. The concession covers ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Khalifa presided over SPC meeting

Posted on 24/04/2007

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President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, in his capacity as the Ruler of Abu Dhabi and Chairman of the Supreme Petroleum Council (SPC), presided over the SPC meeting held in Abu Dhabi yesterday at his palace in Al Bateen. Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, attended the meeting during which the council reviewed the situation on the oil market and discussed a number of projects being executed by ...  >>MORE

Dolphin on track to open Qatar-UAE pipeline in June

Posted on 24/04/2007

Natural gas producer Dolphin Energy is on track for the commercial launch of its US$3.5 billion gas pipeline from Qatar to the UAE in the first week of June, its chief said in Singapore yesterday. Dolphin Energy's Chief Executive Officer Ahmad Ali Al Sayegh said volume through the pipeline would reach two billion cubic feet per day by the end of the year and that the firm was still in talks with Qatar to raise the volume of the pipeline's designed capacity to 3.2 billion cubic feet per day. ...  >>MORE

Aabar strengthens key management team with focus on growth

Posted on 24/04/2007

Aabar Petroleum Investments Company PJSC has reorganised its key management team to focus on growth in its core operational business and position for expansion into new geographical areas. The reorganisation integrates senior executives from Aabar's wholly owned exploration and production subsidiary, Pearl Energy Ltd ("Pearl"), into the existing Aabar management. At the same time, Aabar will unite its financial strength with Pearl's upstream technical capabilities under the single Aabar ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas's Kurd deal may become long-term

Posted on 21/04/2007

A service contract between the semi-autonomous Iraqi Kurdistan Regional Government and Dana Gas may evolve into a long-term production sharing agreement (PSA) once Iraq's oil law is passed, the KRG's top energy official said yesterday. The PSA would be considered after Iraq's pending oil law is approved by parliament and if Dana Gas finds significant gas reserves at fields in the region, Ashti Hawrami, minister of natural resources in the KRG said. The KRG said on Wed-nesday it would ...  >>MORE

UAE plans to raise oil output to 3.5 mbpd by 2009: Hameli

Posted on 17/04/2007

The UAE is planning to raise its oil output capacity to 3.5 million barrels per day (mbpd) by 2009 from the current level of 2.7 mbpd, Energy Minister, Mohammed bin Dha'en Al Hameli, announced in Dubai yesterday. Al Hameli, also current OPEC President, told reporters on the sideline of the 15th Middle East Petroleum and Gas Conference, that the UAE which sits atop the world's fifth largest gas reserves had shown interest in playing an active role in the world gas forum. 'The UAE strikes a ...  >>MORE

Middle East will continue to play significant part in world energy market: Al Hameli

Posted on 17/04/2007

Energy Minister, Mohammed bin Dha'en Al Hameli has expressed great optimism about the future of oil and gas, which he said would remain the dominant primary sources of energy and that the Middle East will continue to play a significant part in the energy markets and economic development. Al Hameli, who is also the President of the OPEC Conference, made the statement in his address to the 15th Middle East Petroleum and Gas Conference, which opened here today. The conference is being held ...  >>MORE

UAE to raise Lower Zakum oil capacity

Posted on 16/04/2007

The UAE aims to boost oil output capacity at its Lower Zakum oilfield by 100,000 barrels per day by 2010, a Middle East economic magazine website reported. The UAE is the world's sixth largest oil exporter. The government said last year it was aiming to boost its total crude and condensate output to around four million barrels per day in the next few years from around 2.9 to three million bpd last year. Technip of France will carry out the engineering and design for the Lower Zakum ...  >>MORE

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UAE to increase oil output to 3.5mb/d by 2009


Borouge awards US$300m olefins conversion unit contract


Fujairah tank farm outstanding - Vitol


Abu Dhabi, Spain sign advanced energies research agreement


Dana Gas announces new gas discovery in Egypt


UAE becomes first IAEE affiliate


Dana Gas plans Sukuk issue to fund growth strategy


ADNOC announces crude prices


GE Oil and Gas to manufacture 2 gas turbine-driven trains for ADGAS


Taqa buys Canadian Oil exploration firm


Aabar drills second appraisal well at Sebuku gas prospect


Dana Gas and APICORP enter into strategic cooperation


Aabar makes new oil discovery onshore Indonesia


Halliburton to target US$80b projects from Dubai base


Aabar starts production at platform in Thailand


Adnoc, term lifters agree to hike naphtha


Dana Gas to expand Egypt operations


Aabar Q1 revenue increases Dh379 million


UAE participates at ITERGAS IV


Dana Gas achieves first operating profits


UAE's Crescent says Iranian gas deal is binding


UAE Energy Minister lauds Central Europe's leading oil and gas group OMV's new Middle East initiative


Northern UAE eyes Dolphin gas imports


Aabar shareholders approve dividend


Japanese oil imports from the UAE hit 38.4 million barrels in March


ADNOC price-tags crude oil for April


VITOL purchases major stake in Fujairah Refinery


Aabar successfully appraises Sebuku gas prospect in Indonesia


GCC spending in new projects US$270b: UAE Energy Minister


Dana Gas achieves key milestones in first year


Japan Bank for International Cooperation signs MOU with ADNOC


Energy Minister discuss cooperation with Chinese official


RAK Petroleum first year net profits reach Dh180 million


Dana Gas signs agreement with KIOEC


Sheikh Khalifa presided over SPC meeting


Dolphin on track to open Qatar-UAE pipeline in June


Aabar strengthens key management team with focus on growth


Dana Gas's Kurd deal may become long-term


UAE plans to raise oil output to 3.5 mbpd by 2009: Hameli


Middle East will continue to play significant part in world energy market: Al Hameli


UAE to raise Lower Zakum oil capacity