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THE ECONOMY - OIL AND GAS

Hamili says OPEC cuts yet to be felt

Posted on 25/11/2006

UAE Energy Minister Sheikh Ahmed bin Dhaen Al Hamili yesterday said the full effect of the oil production cuts announced by Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) in October have yet to be felt in the market. Last month, OPEC slashed production by 1.2 million barrels per day in a bid to shore up the falling prices, which reached a record high of US$78.40 a barrel in July, but has since slumped to below US$60. The cut has failed to produce an instant rebound in the price, ...  >>MORE

Emarat unveils two fuel storage facilities

Posted on 24/11/2006

Emarat and its partners yesterday launched two new fuel storage facilities in Dubai with a total investment of Dh275.5 million ($75 million). They include the $32 million Emoil Petroleum Storage, a joint venture between Emarat, BP Global Investments and Trafigura Beheer. Emarat holds 60 per cent of the company, and BP and Trafigura hold 20 per cent each. Built on 46,000 square metres in Jebel Ali Free Zone, the facility includes nine storage tanks of varying capacities for blending and ...  >>MORE

Emarat looks at options to bring CNG to Dubai

Posted on 24/11/2006

Dubai may join soon Abu Dhabi and Sharjah in setting up compressed natural gas (CNG) filling stations to offer a 35 per cent cheaper and clean fuel, a top official said yesterday. Mohammad Bin Dha'en Al Hamili, Minister of Energy and Chairman of Emirates General Petroleum Corporation (Emarat), told reporters that CNG will be made available all over the UAE soon. "There are plans to extend the CNG stations to Dubai and all over the UAE. It is just a matter of time," Al Hamili said. "This ...  >>MORE

Adnoc to open CNG stations

Posted on 23/11/2006

Adnoc Distribution, the retail arm of Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) on Wednesday said it will set up 16 compressed natural gas (CNG) filling stations in Abu Dhabi and Sharjah in 2007 to offer cheaper and clean fuel. "We are planning, as a first phase, to establish 11 stations in Abu Dhabi and six in Sharjah, with five conversion stations operated by international companies in Abu Dhabi," Jamal Al Dharif, the company's general manager told reporters yesterday. They will be the ...  >>MORE

UAE to raise oil output in phases

Posted on 20/11/2006

Oil production in the UAE will reach four million barrels per day by 2015, and natural gas production will increase to 6.5 billion cubic feet per day by 2008, according to officials. Addressing the 12th Annual energy conference yesterday, Mohammad Bin Dha'en Al Hamili, Minister of Energy, said that the UAE's oil production capacity of 2.7 million bpd in 2006 will reach 3.5 million by the end of 2007. Sultan Al Muheiri, director of marketing and refining at the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company ...  >>MORE

Horizon signs contract for Tangiers storage terminal

Posted on 15/11/2006

Horizon Terminals Limited (HTL) - a leading subsidiary of ENOC - Independent Petroleum Group of Kuwait (IPG) and Afriquia SMDC of Morocco have signed a contract for a 25-year concession agreement to build, own, operate and transfer (BOT) an international petroleum storage terminal at the new Port of Tangiers in Morocco. The signing ceremony was held on November 8 at the Government's offices in Rabat and attended by King Mohammad's top adviser Meziane Belfkih, Morocco's Prime Minister Driss ...  >>MORE

Nuclear power for future UAE projects unlikely

Posted on 14/11/2006

The UAE may not seek nuclear energy to power its future utility projects after a top government official cast doubt on the possibility yesterday. "I'm not aware of any such move to acquire nuclear energy. I don't know where this piece of information came from," Mohammad bin Dha'en Al Hamili, UAE Minister of Energy, said yesterday. The UAE is spending billions of dollars to boost power generation and water desalination as the country's economy is growing at 26 per cent. The Dubai Electricity ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas buys Centurion stake

Posted on 13/11/2006

Dana Gas PJSC, the region's first private-sector regional gas company, yesterday said it has entered into an agreement with Canadian Centurion Energy International Inc. to acquire all of Centurion's outstanding common shares for C$12.00 per share, representing an equity value of approximately C$1.15 billion ($1.02 billion) on a fully-diluted basis. Centurion Energy is headquartered in Calgary and is engaged in oil and gas exploration and production with properties in Egypt, Tunisia and ...  >>MORE

GCC energy ministers conclude meeting in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 09/11/2006

Oil ministers of the six member states of the Arab Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) concluded in Abu Dhabi yesterday their regular meeting which was held as a prelude to the summit of their leaders, scheduled to take place in Riyadh in December. The GCC Oil Undersecretaries Committee disapproved a previous plan to construct Pan-Gulf pipeline and dismissed the project as an infeasible precaution against a possible closure of the Strait of Hormuz. The committee called for establishing a GCC ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Future Energy Shell sign agreement on greenhouse gas emission

Posted on 09/11/2006

Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company ADFEC, wholly-owned by Mubadala Development Company, has signed an agreement with Shell to jointly develop projects to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and monetise the resulting emission reduction credits under the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) of the Kyoto Protocol. ADFEC and Shell will target CDM projects focusing on energy and industry in the Middle East, North Africa and Central Asia, drawing upon Abu Dhabi's energy legacy and Shell's technical ...  >>MORE

UAE committed to OPEC's cuts: Al Hameli

Posted on 08/11/2006

Energy Minister Mohammed Dha'en Al Hameli has reaffirmed the UAE's commitment to OPEC's resolution to cut production. "The UAE has reduced its output by 100,000 b/d since November 1st," he said. "Our pre-reduction daily output was around 2.68 million b/d," he added. Describing the current price levels as "reasonable", the Minister said OPEC would monitor the market until the Abuja meeting, scheduled for December 14th, and then it would decide whether a further reduction is necessary. The ...  >>MORE

Aabar's drilling arm invests US$80 million in expanding rig fleet

Posted on 08/11/2006

Capitalizing on the rapidly increasing demand for drilling services in the MENA (Middle East North Africa) region, Dalma Energy, an Aabar subsidiary which currently operates 18 rigs, has invested US$80 million in purchasing four new rigs. The new rigs have a capacity of 2,000 HP (horse power) and can drill up to a depth of more than 20,000 ft. They will increase Dalma's rig fleet to 22. The purchase caps a US$250 million fleet expansion plan which Dalma Energy had undertaken in October 2004. ...  >>MORE

UAE, Turkmenistan explore energy cooperation

Posted on 06/11/2006

The UAE and Turkmenistan yesterday began talks on prospects of bilateral cooperation in the areas of oil and gas industry. The talks are led on the UAE side by Minister of Energy Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hamili, and on the Turkmen side by Minister of Oil, Gas and Mineral Resources. The UAE and Turkmenistan have signed a memorandum of understanding for enhancing energy cooperation. (Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

US$ 65m Horizon Taeyoung Korea Terminals launched

Posted on 06/11/2006

Horizon Terminal Limited (HTL), an ENOC subsidiary, has recently launched Horizon Taeyoung Korea Terminals, which is the result of a strategic partnership between Horizon and Taeyoung Group, the leading conglomerate in South Korea. This move marks Horizon's first crucial step in expanding its network terminals in the Port of Ulsan and is in keeping with its overall aim of penetrating the North East Asian market. As the parent company to HTL, ENOC is one of the most active in Dubai in the ...  >>MORE

UAE second top oil supplier to Japan

Posted on 05/11/2006

Tokyo - Japan oil dependence on the United Arab Emirates reached 27.7% (34.03 million barrel) of Japan's total oil imports. According to Japan's Agency for Natural Resources and Energy, the UAE ranked second after Saudi Arabia which delivered 36.23 million barrel (29.5% of Japan crude imports). Iran ranked third with 14.53 million barrel (11.8 %) and Qatar fourth with 11.51 million barrel (9%) to the southeast Asian industrial giant, while Iraq's Basra light crude accounted for 1.6%. 90% of ...  >>MORE

Gasco plans Dh22b investment to boost output to 6b cubic feet

Posted on 05/11/2006

Abu Dhabi Gas Industries (Gasco), a unit of Abu Dhabi National Oil Co (Adnoc), is investing Dh22 billion ($6 billion) to boost gas output, the head of Adnoc said yesterday. Yousuf Omair Bin Yousuf, chief executive of state-run Adnoc, said projects included the third phase of the Habshan gas complex expansion, whose cost he put at Dh5.5 billion. "Upon completion in April 2008, it will be one of the biggest gas plants in the world," Bin Yousuf said ahead of the Abu Dhabi International ...  >>MORE

ADNOC sets Murban premium at over two-year low

Posted on 04/11/2006

Singapore: The Middle East crude market got a boost after Abu Dhabi cut Murban's premium to Dubai to its lowest level in over two years, which could raise demand for the grade, traders said on Friday. Abu Dhabi National Oil Co set October Murban at a $2.93 premium to the October average for Dubai, which stood at $56.42 a barrel, versus a premium of $3.43 for September. The light sour grades are also suffering from the start-up of Sakhalin-1 oilfield, which produces light sweet Sokol ...  >>MORE

UAE committed to OPEC production cutback

Posted on 02/11/2006

UAE Minister of Energy Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hameli said the UAE is willing to comply with OPEC's call to reduce its output by 1 million barrels a day, from the official quota of 28 million barrels. Speaking on the sidelines of International Energy 2030 Conference on Energy Resources and Technologies which was opened yesterday in Abu Dhabi, AL Hameli said the "the UAE is starting, as from today, to decrease output by 100000 barrel/day in compliance to the agreement reached by OPEC on October ...  >>MORE

First Int'l Energy 2030 Conference opened in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 02/11/2006

Abu Dhabi hosted yesterday the First International Energy 2030 Conference on Energy Resources and Technologies which brought together top corporate executives and eminent academics from around the world. Organized by the Petroleum Institute in Abu Dhabi under the auspices of General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, the 2-day forum has its primary focus on sharing views and information critical in the strategic ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi-based NPCC wins US$390m contract from India

Posted on 01/11/2006

Abu Dhabi-based National Petroleum Construction Company (NPCC) yesterday announced it won a US$390 million (Dh1.431 billion) contract from India's Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC). The latest contract takes the total value of NPCC's contracts with ONGC to over Dh2.2 billion. "The EPC (engineering, procurement, construction) contract has just been awarded and the signing will take place very soon," a top NPCC official told Gulf News. "Work will commence shortly and the project ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas reports Dh46m net income

Posted on 31/10/2006

Abu Dhabi-listed Dana Gas yesterday reported a net income of Dh46 million during the third quarter. The regional natural gas company said its net income was Dh784 million for the first 10 months since commencing business. Total assets stood at Dh7.47 billion. "Dana Gas has achieved several important milestones in its first ten months", said Rashid Saif Al Jarwan, General Manager. Al Jarwan added: "In the UAE, the company's SajGas subsidiary has achieved good progress on preparations for ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas and SBM sign co-operation agreement

Posted on 30/10/2006

Dana Gas, the Middle East's first private sector regional natural gas company and Single Buoy Moorings (SBM), the world leader in providing offshore floating solutions for the oil and gas industry, have signed a Co-operation Agreement. Dana Gas has the objective to develop a network of LNG terminals mainly in the MENA region and to tap into the LNG value chain including LNG trading activities. The agreement was signed in Paris on the sidelines of the 11th International Gas Summit by Hamid ...  >>MORE

Energy 2030 to get underway next Wednesday

Posted on 28/10/2006

The Petroleum Institute (PI) will host the First International Energy 2030 Conference, an international forum dedicated to addressing Energy Resources and Technologies in 2030, on November 1-2, 2006. The conference is sponsored by Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) Group of Companies, and will be held at the Armed Forces Officers Club in Abu Dhabi under the Patronage of General Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the United Arab ...  >>MORE

ADNOC to cut November exports by 5 percent

Posted on 26/10/2006

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) is set to cut its Murban and Umm Shaif production during November. The company said that its Murban and Umm Sahif output would likely be cut in November by 3 and 5 percent respectively. ADNOC's forecast follows a decision taken by OPEC last Thursday to cut production by 1.2 million barrels per day. The company told its customers it would cut all exports by 5 percent as of November 1st. (Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

GASCO awards onshore pipeline and Habshan facilities contract to NPCC

Posted on 22/10/2006

Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd. (GASCO) has awarded to National Petroleum Construction Company (NPCC) a multi-million U. S. Dollars contract to carry out Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Commissioning of Package 3 of Offshore Associated Gases (OAG) Project. NPCC had bid the subject project in an exclusive association with Consolidated Contractors International Company (CCC). The contract covers the construction of 90 kilometre 30 inch diameter pipeline from Ras Al Qila to Habshan ...  >>MORE

OPEC cuts production by 1.2 million barrels per day

Posted on 21/10/2006

In a surprise move, the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) announced Friday that is has decided to cut its oil output by 1.2 million barrels per day to 26.3 million bpd from November 1. The group took the decision at a consultative meeting held in Doha today. Speaking at a news conference, UAE Energy Minister Mohammad bin Dhaen Al Hamli said: "We are cutting from actual production of 27.5 million. Every country is cutting production .. We are talking about the OPEC 10." The ...  >>MORE

ADNOC Distribution cuts diesel prices

Posted on 19/10/2006

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company for Distribution (Adnoc Distribution) announced here on Wednesday that it would slash diesel prices by 20 fils per a gallon. An official source at the company told WAM that the decision will be effective from Thursday 19th,2006. According to the decision, diesel price will be reduced from its current Dhs.9 to Dhs.8.80 per gallon. The price cut was adopted in view of the current developments in the global oil market, which is mired in falling prices of crude ...  >>MORE

Demand for new fuel E-plus increasing: Adnoc Distribution

Posted on 19/10/2006

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company for Distribution (Adnoc Distribution) said here today that demand for its new product E-plus was increasing, hitting over 60% during the first week of the launch of the product. Described as cost-effective and environment-friendly, the new brand was launched on Oct 8th 2006. The company said an initial survey of the market revealed that around 40% of the motorists would shift to the use of the new fuel. This rate has already risen to over 60% in some ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas set to hold final talks on imports from Iran

Posted on 16/10/2006

Dana Gas, the Sharjah-based regional energy supplier, will enter final negotiations next Saturday on importing natural gas from Iran's Salman field in 2007, an Iranian official said. "Dana Gas will negotiate with the National Iranian Oil Co (NIOC) next Saturday for two days in Tehran to resolve the blocked project," said Dr Mohammad Ali Izadi, president of the Execution Supervision Department of the Oil Ministry. Azadi told Gulf News on the telephone from Tehran that Dana Gas' officials are ...  >>MORE

Motorists tank up on Adnoc's new fuel

Posted on 09/10/2006

Abu Dhabi, Sharjah and Ras Al Khaimah: Residents yesterday began queuing up at Adnoc petrol pumps to try out a cheaper petrol, E-Plus (Octane 91), which is Dh0.50 cheaper than its nearest product, Special (Octane 95), amid concerns that the fuel may not be environmentally friendly. Since Adnoc does not operate in Dubai, its residents were forced to drive towards Sharjah or cross Jebel Ali to fill tanks. However, residents of other emirates now have a wider choice. More than 60 per cent of ...  >>MORE

Iran denies agreement on gas supply to UAE

Posted on 09/10/2006

Iran yesterday strongly denied reports that it will start supplying gas to the UAE by the first quarter of 2007 under an agreement with Sharjah-based Crescent Petroleum Co. "There has been no agreement regarding gas export to the UAE, and the Iranian side stands by its demand for a higher price," Dr. Mohammad Ali Izadi, President of the Execution and Supervision Department of the Iranian Oil Ministry, told Gulf News yesterday. Iranian Oil Minister Kazem Vaziri Hamaneh said yesterday that no ...  >>MORE

ADNOC's new, cheaper fuel to hit market today

Posted on 08/10/2006

ADNOC Distribution will begin today selling its cost-effective and environment-friendly fuel E-plus (Octane 91) at all ADNOC Distribution services stations across the UAE. "The launch of this new product is aimed at serving the public interest of the UAE society and lessening the financial burden shouldered by the consumer. It also comes in line with ADNOC Distribution's commitment to developing oil resources without creating environmental imbalance," said a statement released by the company. ...  >>MORE

16 CNG stations to be set up in UAE

Posted on 08/10/2006

Sixteen compressed natural gas (CNG) stations will be set up across the country soon. This was announced by the Technical Committee yesterday. Nine of them are going to be in Abu Dhabi city and the surrounding areas, two in Al Ain, and five in Sharjah emirate, the Khaleej Times reported. Maha, at the intersection between Mina and Salam streets here, is the first petrol station to offer CNG. Nine out of these 16 fuel stations will also offer installation workshops for conversion to CNG, and ...  >>MORE

Foster Wheeler gets ADCO's SAS FEED contract

Posted on 05/10/2006

Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil Operations (ADCO) has awarded the front-end engineering design (FEED) for the Sahil, Asab and Shah (SAS) oilfield development project to Foster Wheeler International Corporation. ADCO plans to undertake the full field development of the SAS maturing fields not only to increase production, but also to enhance the environmental aspects of the fields and to provide adequate facilities for their operations. The contract value was not disclosed. Foster Wheeler's ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces crude oil prices for September

Posted on 04/10/2006

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, ADNOC, on Tuesday announced the prices of its crude oil FOB Abu Dhabi ports for the Month of September, 2006.According to ADNOC, Murban crude recorded US US$ 63.25 per barrel, Lower Zakum sold at US US$ 63.25, Umm Shaif at US US$ 62.60, while Upper Zakum fetched US US$ 59.25. (Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

RAK Petroleum, Anzon Energy sign MoU

Posted on 04/10/2006

The newly formed Ras Al Khaimah Petroleum announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Anzon Energy Limited (AEL), a UK-listed company. The MOU provides a platform for both companies to expand their current portfolios: for RAK it means an international expansion while for Anzon it represents an expansion beyond its strongholds of Australia and Indonesia. Initially the focus will be on the Middle East where the complementary skills provided by AEL will assist the ...  >>MORE

RAK Petroleum seeks Dh2bn listing on DIFX

Posted on 04/10/2006

RAK Petroleum hopes to raise Dh2 billion (US$544.7 million) in an initial public offering (IPO) and apply to list on the Dubai International Financial Exchange (DIFX) next year, the firm's chief executive officer said yesterday. The oil and gas company, which started operations in Ras Al Khaimah in 2005, will offer investors a 40 per cent stake, Philip Turberville said yesterday. "The capital we have will take us through the rest of this year and the early part of next year,” Turberville ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas may start receiving Iranian supply before April

Posted on 04/10/2006

Dana Gas may start receiving Iranian natural gas before April, after a delay of more than a year, a company official said. Dana Gas was set up to deliver gas to utilities and industrial users. With the supplies from Iran delayed, the company had no operating income and its second-quarter earnings came entirely from investments and financing activity. Iran, which has the world's second-largest natural gas reserves, has said it will not export gas to the UAE until it secures a higher price. ...  >>MORE

US$18b in projects up for grabs at Adipec

Posted on 04/10/2006

Projects worth US$18 billion will be up for grabs when local and international companies gather at the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (Adipec), officials said yesterday. The 12th edition of Adipec from November 5 to November 8 will showcase huge contracts in the UAE's energy sector. Over 1,000 leading companies from more than 50 countries have confirmed their participation. Foreign trade representatives seeking new business for their countries' energy companies ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas buys major stake in Bahrain company

Posted on 02/10/2006

Abu Dhabi-listed Dana Gas yesterday announced it had acquired a majority stake in a Bahraini company that plans to invest over US$100 million in an Egyptian liquids gas project. The new company called Danagaz Bahrain will be owned 66 per cent by Dana Gas and 34 per cent by prominent Bahraini partners. An agreement was signed by Sheikh Hamad Bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa of Bahrain and Hamid Dhiya Jafar, Executive Chairman of Dana Gas. "Firstly, we join with highly reputable partners in Bahrain, ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi crude sees little interest from Asian refiners

Posted on 01/10/2006

Singapore: Refiners in Asia have requested very little additional Abu Dhabi crude oil for Nov-ember as demand in the region has faltered as plants cut runs on slumping refining margins, traders and refiners said last week. Incremental volumes of Abu Dhabi crude to Asia are unlikely to top one million barrels for November, and could be even lower than 500,000 barrels, a survey of lifters showed. "Additional volumes? Nonsense," a trader with a major lifter said, when asked about its request ...  >>MORE

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Hamili says OPEC cuts yet to be felt


Emarat unveils two fuel storage facilities


Emarat looks at options to bring CNG to Dubai


Adnoc to open CNG stations


UAE to raise oil output in phases


Horizon signs contract for Tangiers storage terminal


Nuclear power for future UAE projects unlikely


Dana Gas buys Centurion stake


GCC energy ministers conclude meeting in Abu Dhabi


Abu Dhabi Future Energy Shell sign agreement on greenhouse gas emission


UAE committed to OPEC's cuts: Al Hameli


Aabar's drilling arm invests US$80 million in expanding rig fleet


UAE, Turkmenistan explore energy cooperation


US$ 65m Horizon Taeyoung Korea Terminals launched


UAE second top oil supplier to Japan


Gasco plans Dh22b investment to boost output to 6b cubic feet


ADNOC sets Murban premium at over two-year low


UAE committed to OPEC production cutback


First Int'l Energy 2030 Conference opened in Abu Dhabi


Abu Dhabi-based NPCC wins US$390m contract from India


Dana Gas reports Dh46m net income


Dana Gas and SBM sign co-operation agreement


Energy 2030 to get underway next Wednesday


ADNOC to cut November exports by 5 percent


GASCO awards onshore pipeline and Habshan facilities contract to NPCC


OPEC cuts production by 1.2 million barrels per day


ADNOC Distribution cuts diesel prices


Demand for new fuel E-plus increasing: Adnoc Distribution


Dana Gas set to hold final talks on imports from Iran


Motorists tank up on Adnoc's new fuel


Iran denies agreement on gas supply to UAE


ADNOC's new, cheaper fuel to hit market today


16 CNG stations to be set up in UAE


Foster Wheeler gets ADCO's SAS FEED contract


ADNOC announces crude oil prices for September


RAK Petroleum, Anzon Energy sign MoU


RAK Petroleum seeks Dh2bn listing on DIFX


Dana Gas may start receiving Iranian supply before April


US$18b in projects up for grabs at Adipec


Dana Gas buys major stake in Bahrain company


Abu Dhabi crude sees little interest from Asian refiners