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THE ECONOMY - OIL AND GAS

Dubai oil prices forecast to average US$65 a barrel in 2nd half

Posted on 02/07/2006

Seoul - A joint panel of South Korean private and government experts observed on Saturday that Dubai crude would fetch around US$65 a barrel in the second half, US$3 to US$4 higher than in the first half. The most critical factor in determining the future prices of Dubai crude will be Iran's official response to the West's proposal to end an international row on its nuclear program, a panel official said. Tehran is scheduled to announce its position on the overture around the end of August. ...  >>MORE

Fujairah Oil Technology to spend Dh91m on new upgradation plant

Posted on 01/07/2006

Fujairah Oil Technology, a 50:50 joint venture between Nevada-based SulphCo Inc and the Government of Fujairah, will commission a Dh91 million (US$25 million) oil-upgradation plant in September this year, said a top official. "This is the first such facility in the Middle East, capable of treating 210,000 barrels per day (bpd). Construction of the oil treatment plant is going ahead as per schedule and we are currently shipping our patented Sonocracking technology in Fujairah," SulphCo ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas and "Emarat" Commence Joint Operations

Posted on 28/06/2006

Dana Gas and "Emarat" have completed and commenced operations of the first phase of the Hamriyah Gas Pipeline Project, through the joint venture established between them only six months ago. The project involves jointly developing the region's first common-user pipeline for gas transportation to power stations and industrial customers, and will be built, owned and operated jointly by the two companies in a fifty-fifty partnership. The first phase of the project involved the construction ...  >>MORE

UAE pursues drive to exploit gas wealth

Posted on 21/06/2006

The UAE is pushing ahead with a massive drive to tap its mammoth gas resources by pumping billions of dollars into projects to increase production, set up more gas related industries and boost gas injection to increase oil extraction from its fields. With its proven gas wealth exceeding six trillion cubic metres at the end of 2005, the UAE is the fifth largest gas power in the world and is one of the top LNG producers. Its sprawling LNG complex on Das Island produces in excess of eight ...  >>MORE

High oil prices boost rigs in Mideast, other areas

Posted on 19/06/2006

A surge in crude prices sharply boosted the number of operating oil rigs in the Middle East and many other areas while there was a decline in Europe and Africa. Operating oil rigs worldwide have surged by nearly 500 over the past five years, reflecting an increase in oil production and exploration activity because of strong oil prices and a sharp increase in the earnings of global oil companies. From 2,243 at the end of 2001, the number of onshore and offshore oil rigs operating worldwide ...  >>MORE

Khalifa chairs Supreme Petroleum Council meeting

Posted on 12/06/2006

The Supreme Petroleum Council (SPC) reviewed yesterday the latest developments in the world oil market. The meeting, chaired by President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan in his capacity as Ruler of Abu Dhabi and SPC Chairman, attended by General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, discussed progress on oil and gas projects being undertaken by Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and its group of companies. ...  >>MORE

Diesel prices increase once again

Posted on 08/06/2006

A number of fuel retailers began charging Dh9.20 per gallon for diesel yesterday, although the retailers committee agreed on a Dh0.10 increase to Dh9 per gallon, violating the committee's agreement, an official source said. Market sources also told Gulf News that a temporary shortage of supply was the reason behind this, and it has been resolved. On Monday some petrol pumps in the northern emirates stopped supplying diesel, citing a shortage. Consumers expect another 30 per cent increase in ...  >>MORE

Aabar announces a US$350 mn exchangeable Sukuk

Posted on 03/06/2006

Aabar Petroleum Investment Company PJSC is launching a US$350 million exchangeable Sukuk al-Mudarabah (the "Sukuk"). The Sukuk will be issued by Aabar Sukuk Limited (the "Issuer"), a Cayman Islands company. The Sukuk will have a four-year maturity and is expected to offer a fixed profit rate equal to the four-year US Dollar Swap rate around the time of pricing plus 1.25 per cent. In certain circumstances, and subject to shareholder approval for the issuance of additional capital by Aabar, ...  >>MORE

OPEC sets to maintain current output: UAE

Posted on 30/05/2006

The Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is set to maintain its current output when it meets in Caracas on Thursday, according to UAE Energy Minister Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hamili. Al Hamili said today that he expected the group to keep its current oil production ceiling unchanged as they were enough crude oil supplies in the world markets. 'OPEC will deliver a message of assurance to the world oil markets that it will continue supplying them with what they need from oil with ...  >>MORE

Horizon - led consortium awarded Morocco petroleum storage terminal

Posted on 29/05/2006

The Joint Venture of Horizon Terminals Limited (HTL) of Dubai, the Independent Petroleum Group s.a.k. (IPG) of Kuwait, and Afriquia SMDC of Morocco was awarded a 25 year concession to build, own, operate, and transfer (BOOT) an international petroleum storage terminal at the new Port of Tangiers, in the Kingdom of Morocco. Tanger Mediterranee-Agence (TMSA), the authority body vested by the government of the Kingdom of Morocco with managing the development of the new commercial port, ...  >>MORE

ADNOC to boost capacity by 2010

Posted on 28/05/2006

Abu Dhabi, which has world's 10th largest reserves of oil, plans to raise its daily production capacity to four million barrels in 2010 from present levels of 2.8 million barrels per day. The European magazine has recently published a special report on Abu Dhabi's oil and gas industry and its future role in sustainable supplies to oil-hungry economies. The report carried interviews of Yousef Omair, Chief Executive Officer, of ADNOC, Mohammed Abdullah Sahoo, general manager Gasco, Ali Saeed Al ...  >>MORE

Coffey eyes oil and gas project in UAE

Posted on 28/05/2006

Coffey International Limited, an Australian engineering group, is planning to participate in an oil and gas project in the UAE, a top official said yesterday. "The group is planning to invest and get involved in big business partnerships in the fields of environment and oil and gas," said Stephen Williams, Chairman of Coffey International Limited. Williams said that his company is planning to extend its services and experience to Dubai as the group had participated in Burj Al Arab project ...  >>MORE

FERTIL increases petrochemicals production

Posted on 28/05/2006

The Ruwais Fertilizer Industries (FERTIL) is to expand its production of petrochemicals by executing a three-phase debottle-necking project, scheduled to compete in 2009, Fertil Director General, Saif Ahmed Al Ghafli, announced in an interview with ADNOC News, a monthly magazine of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company on the 25 anniversary (Silver Jubilee) of Fertil. The expansion project, he said aimed to double the urea production from the recent 650,000 to 1,100,000 tones annually as well ...  >>MORE

Aabar buys rest of Singapore's Pearl Energy

Posted on 27/05/2006

Aabar Petroleum Investments Company yesterday announced it had wrapped up the acquisition of Singapore-based Pearl Energy for about US$550 million (Dh2 billion) by buying the remaining shares. Pearl Energy will now become a fully-owned subsidiary of Aabar when it gets delisted from the Singapore exchange shortly. "The acquisition marks a key milestone in the development of Aabar as a leading E&P (exploration and production) company," said Sohail Al Mazrui, Chairman of Aabar. "The total ...  >>MORE

Enoc fears Dh1.6 billion loss due to costly global oil

Posted on 24/05/2006

The difference between domestic retail fuel prices and oil prices on the international market will lead to a loss of Dh1.62 billion for Emirates National Oil Company this year, a top company official said yesterday. Enoc has called for political action to check the rising losses incurred by its retailers. Hussain Sultan, Chief Executive of Enoc Group, said the company is losing Dh4.5 million every day. "Retailers' losses are rising by the year, and an action should be taken. Politicians can ...  >>MORE

ADNOC discusses terms for renewal of operating concessions

Posted on 17/05/2006

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and its foreign counterparts have been discussing terms for renewing their operating concessions. Abu Dhabi has had a fixed margin of US$1 per barrel of production with the partners, who are now trying to re-negotiate for better commercial terms, according to a report by the energy market bulletin Petroleum Intelligence Weekly. The report claims that Abu Dhabi is not very keen on relenting on the margin issue, but has indicated that amendments could ...  >>MORE

UAE needs gas network and law: EMARAT

Posted on 16/05/2006

The Emirates General Petroleum Corporation (Emarat) called yesterday for setting up a unified natural gas network and drafting of a gas legislation to ensure success of mega gas projects in the UAE. Khalid Al Awadi, EMARAT's Gas Operations Manager, affirmed that the availability of the network and the law would qualify the UAE to play a leading regional role in the transportation and distribution of gas in the Middle East. 'The UAE will become a key transit gas point,' he told the 6th Oil ...  >>MORE

UAE, Korean sign MoU in energy

Posted on 14/05/2006

Vesting Korean President Roh Moo-Hyun held talks yesterday with Energy Ministry Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hamili over ways of enhancing joint cooperation in various field of energy. Al Hamili also met with Korean Minister of Commerce, Industry and Energy, Sye Kyun-chung. Joint investment in energy sector and provision of high technology for modernisation of oil and gas industries were reviewed. The UAE is the second largest oil supplier to Korea with its exports account for 18 per cent of total ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas to acquire strategic position in gas, related projects and industries

Posted on 03/05/2006

Dana Gas (PJSC) has developed plans to progressively build upon the strengths of its important pre-qualifying gas projects through identified opportunities for acquisition and investment in the early years of operations, across the Gulfs booming gas sector, Rashid Saif Al Jarwan General Manager Dana Gas Company (PJSC) said yesterday. Speaking at 14th Middle East Petroleum & Gas Conference (MPGC 2006) which is being held at Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi, Al Jarwan revealed that Dana Gas (PSJC) ...  >>MORE

UAE's oil output to rise to 2.7 mbpd in 2006

Posted on 02/05/2006

The UAE will raise its oil output capacity to 3.5 million barrels per day within the coming period, UAE Energy Minister Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hamili announced yesterday. 'The UAE production capacity of crude oil has reached 2.6 mbpd and is set to jump by 100,000 bpd in 2006 to 2.7 mbpd,' Al Hamili told reporters on the sidelines of the 14th Annual Middle East Petroleum and Gas Conference (MPGC 2006) which went underway yesterday in Abu Dhabi. Al Hamili said the UAE production capacity of ...  >>MORE

Oil producers always able to support world economy: ADNOC's CEO

Posted on 02/05/2006

Oil producers remain aware of their duties and are using their greater profits to invest in the future of the oil industry - spending billions to increase their oil infrastructures capabilities and expanding their capacities both in upstream as well as downstream, said Yousef Omair Bin Yousef, Secretary General of The Supreme Petroleum Council and Chief Executive Officer of Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), at the opening ceremony of the Middle East Petroleum & Gas Conference, Abu Dhabi. ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi June exports will increase but below normal

Posted on 29/04/2006

Singapore: Abu Dhabi will supply customers with full term crude volumes in June, and more than 2 million barrels of extra oil, as Murban output will remain below capacity, traders said yesterday. Not all major lifters could be reached, but traders said several Asian refiners will receive additional volumes of June crude ranging between 2 million and 3 million barrels, more than for May when they will be limited to 2 million barrels. Though higher than in May, the additional June volumes ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas hits Dh689m in earnings

Posted on 29/04/2006

Dana Gas said it earned Dh689 million in its first four months of operations from November 2005 to the end of March, according to a report in Al Bayan. The start-up gas company, which completed a hugely popular initial public offering (IPO) last October, said its earnings per share were Dh0.12 in the first four months. Dana Gas shares, the most liquid on the Abu Dhabi Securities Market, closed down 5.8 per cent yesterday to Dh2.60. One Abu Dhabi-based analyst said the results reflect profit ...  >>MORE

TAKREER signs agreement on Ruwais Refinery gas recovery project

Posted on 26/04/2006

The Abu Dhabi Oil Refining Company TAKREER and Japan Cooperation Centre, Petroleum (JCCP) have signed yesterday a memorandum of understanding (MoU) in the area of oil. TAKREER has also signed a contract with the Toyo Engineering Corporation (TEC) to use a high-tech, the first of its kind, in flare gas recovery. According to a TAKREER statement, the flare gas recovery project, to be funded jointly by TAKREER and the JCCP, would be completed in 25 months at a total cost of US$15.622 million. ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi unveils major energy initiative

Posted on 24/04/2006

Top global energy companies are joining hands with Abu Dhabi in the region's first alternative energy and resource conservation initiative, government officials announced yesterday. The pioneering initiative called Al Masdar has the support of the Abu Dhabi government that has granted land for an institute, a special economic zone and innovation centre as well as US$100 million to create a fund. "Abu Dhabi is a global leader in the production of energy and the Masdar Initiative is a natural ...  >>MORE

Development of new ME sour crude oil futures contract

Posted on 19/04/2006

The Sultanate of Oman's Ministry of Oil and Gas (MOG) and the Dubai Mercantile Exchange Limited (DME) today announced the successful completion of their joint working group's efforts to develop a new Middle East sour crude futures contract. Since signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in February 2006, the two parties have undertaken an intensive analysis of the benefits and implications of developing an Oman-backed physical crude oil futures contract. Under the terms of the MoU, a ...  >>MORE

Borouge 2 moves ahead with new contract awards

Posted on 16/04/2006

Borouge's proposed major expansion ("Borouge 2") of its world scale petrochemical complex in Ruwais, Abu Dhabi has made further headway with the award of four contracts. The work for the Front End Engineering Design (FEED) for an Olefins Conversion Unit (OCU) was awarded to ABB Lummus Global Inc. When completed, the OCU will be the world's largest at 752 kta. This OCU FEED is expected to take approximately 32 weeks and will be executed by the ABB team in Houston (US). Work to start the FEED ...  >>MORE

All eyes on Umm Shaif gas reinjection award

Posted on 16/04/2006

Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (ADMA-OPCO) is considering its options for the main engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract on the Umm Shaif gas reinjection project, following the opening of commercial prices in early April. Just one bid, from South Korea's Hyundai Heavy Industries Company, was opened after the quote from the second bidder, Abu Dhabi-based National Petroleum Construction Company (NPCC), was judged to be technically non-compliant. "In effect, Hyundai is ...  >>MORE

Aabar takes next step in its acquisition of Pearl Energy

Posted on 16/04/2006

Aabar Petroleum Investments Company PJSC ('Aabar') has despatched its offer document to acquire all ordinary shares of Singapore-based Pearl Energy Limited ('Pearl Energy') at an offer price of Singapore US$ 1.95 (approx. Dh4.42) per share. The offer was sent out by Deutsche Bank AG Singapore Branch for and of behalf of Aabar. With the despatch of the offer document, Aabar's bid for Pearl Energy has entered its final stages. On January 28th Aabar announced an agreement to acquire 48.29% of ...  >>MORE

ADNOC plans 30 in-store Coffee Planets

Posted on 15/04/2006

ADNOC Distribution will have Coffee Planet kiosks in 30 of its convenience stores offering self-serve coffee to customers. The company said the move was significant for the commercial gourmet self-serve coffee market, which is expected to grow in line with the increased demand for fast quality consumer goods across the UAE. To add to the number of services available at ADNOC Oasis convenience stores, each Coffee Planet kiosk will provide Italian-style cappuccino, espresso, cafe latte, Americano ...  >>MORE

FERTIL Obtains MHI License for Carbon Dioxide

Posted on 12/04/2006

Ruwais Fertilizer Industries (FERTIL), a fertilizer producer in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has obtained the carbon dioxide (CO2) recovery technology license from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. (MHI), with support by Mitsubishi Corporation. FERTIL will use the technology at its existing urea fertilizer production plant in the Ruwais Industrial Area located approximately 250 kilometres west of Abu Dhabi. The CO2 recovery unit, slated for completion at the end of 2008, will be able to ...  >>MORE

Gasoline retailers in Dubai will not raise prices of lubricants

Posted on 10/04/2006

Dubai's gasoline retailers will not follow Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) in increasing the prices of lubricants from Saturday, an official said yesterday. ADNOC has said it will increase the prices of lubricants from April 15 to cover the rising costs of raw materials. "Dubai distribution companies Enoc and Emarat will not increase the prices of lubricants because the existing price is in line with international levels," sources said. However, ADNOC's recent hike in diesel by 30 ...  >>MORE

Diesel price rises by 6.4%

Posted on 09/04/2006

Diesel prices in the UAE have shot up by a record 6.4 per cent to Dh8.3 per gallon. This is the second increase in two weeks, the earlier being a 3.3 per cent rise from Dh7.55 per gallon to Dh7.8 per gallon. An official source at a fuel retailer said the price hike has been agreed to by all fuel retailers in a bid to offset partly the losses incurred by them due to the rise in international oil prices to which the local market is pegged. ADNOC hikes price Meanwhile, the Abu Dhabi National ...  >>MORE

Mubadala awarded first exploration block in Oman

Posted on 09/04/2006

Mubadala Development Company yesterday announced that it's wholly owned oil and gas subsidiary Liwa Energy Ltd (Liwa) was awarded a significant interest in a new production sharing contract area, Block 54, in South Eastern Oman. Block 54 is immediately adjacent to Block 53 where Liwa currently holds a 15% working interest in the giant Mukhaizna Field, operated by Occidental Petroleum Corporation (OXY) of the US. The new block, with attractive exploration potential, will enable Mubadala to ...  >>MORE

Takreer eyes Ruwais project

Posted on 09/04/2006

Oil Refining Company, (Takreer) has invited at least five companies to submit technical bids on April 16 for a conceptual study contract covering a major expansion of its existing refinery at Ruwais. The decision to look at expanding Ruwais has raised questions about whether Abu Dhabi will proceed with building a new grassroots refinery at Fujairah on the east coast. Companies invited to submit technical bids for the scheme include Paris-based Technip, Australia's WorleyParsons, and Mustang ...  >>MORE

Dana Gas has biggest shareholder base

Posted on 09/04/2006

Dana Gas has the biggest shareholder base in the country with 345,800 followed by Abu Dhabi National Energy Company, Taqa, with 146,800, Abu Dhabi Securities Market statistics showed. Aghthia comes next with 126,200, Aabar with 73,000, Sorouh Real Estate Company with 63,900, Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank with 55,900, Oasis International Leasing Company with 27,200, RAK Properties Company with 24,300, ALDAR Properties with 20,700, Asmak with 15,300, ETISALAT with 12,000 and Al Khazna Insurance with ...  >>MORE

Vopak Horizon Fujairah to expand its oil terminal capacity

Posted on 08/04/2006

Vopak Horizon Fujairah Ltd. is to expand the oil terminal's capacity by 360,000 cbm of new tankage and two new berths. Following this expansion the oil terminal will have a total capacity of 1.5 million cbm, six berths, and a single-point mooring system capable of handling vessels up to 175,000 d.w.t. This expansion in the berths and tankage will enable Vopak Horizon Fujairah to further improve its hub-function in the Middle East for black and clean mineral-oil products. Vopak Horizon ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces crude oil prices for March

Posted on 04/04/2006

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, ADNOC, on Monday announced the prices of its crude oil FOB Abu Dhabi ports for the Month of March, 2006. According to ADNOC, Murban crude recorded US$60.85 per barrel, Lower Zakum sold at US$60.85, Umm Shaif at US$60.20, while Upper Zakum fetched US$57.50. (Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

June trade to gain from lower Murban premium

Posted on 04/04/2006

Singapore - A sharp drop in Murban's premium to Dubai in the official selling price released on Monday could help push June cargoes to a premium over the OSP for the first time in four months, traders said. Abu Dhabi National Oil Co (ADNOC) set Murban's premium to Dubai at US$3.03 for March versus US$3.34 for February crude, leaving at its lowest premium in over a year. This left the March retroactive official selling price (OSP) for its Murban crude down 10 cents to US$60.85 a barrel, ADNOC ...  >>MORE

Fertil joins hands with France's Total to enhance urea production capacity

Posted on 04/04/2006

The Ruwais Fertilizer Industries (Fertil), a subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), is expanding its urea production in association with France's Total, a top ADNOC official said. "A detailed technical feasibility study for development of Fertil is being carried out with Total's participation to expand Fertil to have an additional urea production of 1.2 million tonnes per annum (tpa)," said Yousef Omeir Bin Yousef, CEO of ADNOC. "A granulation plant will also be built ...  >>MORE

ADNOC plans to spend US$2-3b annually on development projects

Posted on 03/04/2006

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) is pressing ahead with an aggressive plan to implement development projects within the next ten years, with an annual expenditure of 2-3 million US Dollars, said the company's top official. Yousif Omair bin Yousif, Secretary General of the Supreme Petroleum Council and Chief Executive Officer of ADNOC said in a press conference held here today that the company was getting aggressive on setting up new subsidiaries. "ADNOC has been making a well ...  >>MORE

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Dubai oil prices forecast to average US$65 a barrel in 2nd half


Fujairah Oil Technology to spend Dh91m on new upgradation plant


Dana Gas and "Emarat" Commence Joint Operations


UAE pursues drive to exploit gas wealth


High oil prices boost rigs in Mideast, other areas


Khalifa chairs Supreme Petroleum Council meeting


Diesel prices increase once again


Aabar announces a US$350 mn exchangeable Sukuk


OPEC sets to maintain current output: UAE


Horizon - led consortium awarded Morocco petroleum storage terminal


ADNOC to boost capacity by 2010


Coffey eyes oil and gas project in UAE


FERTIL increases petrochemicals production


Aabar buys rest of Singapore's Pearl Energy


Enoc fears Dh1.6 billion loss due to costly global oil


ADNOC discusses terms for renewal of operating concessions


UAE needs gas network and law: EMARAT


UAE, Korean sign MoU in energy


Dana Gas to acquire strategic position in gas, related projects and industries


UAE's oil output to rise to 2.7 mbpd in 2006


Oil producers always able to support world economy: ADNOC's CEO


Abu Dhabi June exports will increase but below normal


Dana Gas hits Dh689m in earnings


TAKREER signs agreement on Ruwais Refinery gas recovery project


Abu Dhabi unveils major energy initiative


Development of new ME sour crude oil futures contract


Borouge 2 moves ahead with new contract awards


All eyes on Umm Shaif gas reinjection award


Aabar takes next step in its acquisition of Pearl Energy


ADNOC plans 30 in-store Coffee Planets


FERTIL Obtains MHI License for Carbon Dioxide


Gasoline retailers in Dubai will not raise prices of lubricants


Diesel price rises by 6.4%


Mubadala awarded first exploration block in Oman


Takreer eyes Ruwais project


Dana Gas has biggest shareholder base


Vopak Horizon Fujairah to expand its oil terminal capacity


ADNOC announces crude oil prices for March


June trade to gain from lower Murban premium


Fertil joins hands with France's Total to enhance urea production capacity


ADNOC plans to spend US$2-3b annually on development projects