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THE ECONOMY - OIL AND GAS

ADNOC cuts naphtha exports to Asia

Posted on 27/02/2005

London - Naphtha exports from Abu Dhabi to Asia are being cut by 50,000 tonnes because of a problem at an oil and gas field in the emirate, a regional oil broker said yesterday. The broker said the problem that developed earlier this week had resulted in a likely 15-day suspension in production of pentane-plus, a light naphtha stream, from the field. "ADNOC exports about 100,000 tonnes, or about four cargoes of this naphtha, every month, so they're losing a couple of cargoes,” he said. ...  >>MORE

Gasco, Bechtel sign US$1.46 billion EPC agreement

Posted on 23/02/2005

Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd. (GASCO) and Bechtel Corporation, USA signed the EPC Agreement for Onshore Gas Development Phase III (OGD III) Project on Feb 20 in ADNOC. The total agreement price is US$1,458 million and project is scheduled for completion in 40 months with start-up by first quarter of 2008. Bechtel will perform the detailed design and procurement activities from their home office in London. The project is designed to produce 125,000 barrels per day of condensate, 12,000 tons per ...  >>MORE

Takreer and Japan's JCCP sign engineering and design pact

Posted on 23/02/2005

Takreer and Japanese Cooperation Centre For Petroleum ((JCCP) yesterday signed an agreement to carry out Front End Engineering Design (FEED) Phase and subsequent Engineering Procurement Contract (EPC)-Phase of a Flare Gas Recovery unit at its Ruwais Refinery which will check emission of deadly Carbon Dioxide Gas (Co2) into air making the environment cleaner. The project is executed jointly by Abu Dhabi National Oil Refining Company (Takreer) and Japan Cooperation Centre for Petroleum (JCCP). ...  >>MORE

Al Hamili reveals plans to increase production capacity

Posted on 19/02/2005

The United Arab Emirates is planning to increase production capacity to counter any crises in the international oil market, Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hamili, Minister of Energy said on Thursday. "The increase in capacity is aimed at enhancing the country's reserves so they could be available when crises take place in the international oil market," Al Hamili said while touring the International Defence Exhibition (IDEX) which concluded today in Abu Dhabi. He, however, pointed out that the ...  >>MORE

Oil market highlight in 2004 and outlook for 2005

Posted on 14/02/2005

Ali Obeid Al Yabhouni, Head of Marketing research and Analysis at ADNOC Marketing and Refining Department said that the year 2004 has seen unusual trends that led to surge in prices with significantly higher volatility, which could be attributed to both fundamental & non-fundamental factors. 'The strong world economic growth has put significant pressure on all industrial commodity markets, and oil has been no exception,' he added. 'The robust GDP growth seen in 2004 (4.9%) has led to an ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Crown Prince opens first natural gas filling station

Posted on 13/02/2005

In line with the directives of H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, aimed at supporting programmes and plans for safeguarding the environment and using resources of clean energy, Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Sharjah Crown Prince and Deputy Ruler, opened in Sharjah yesterday a natural gas filling station for vehicles, the first of its kind in the UAE. Sheikh Sultan expressed his thanks and appreciation to the Ruler of ...  >>MORE

Khalifa visits a natural gas vehicle project

Posted on 09/02/2005

President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has visited a natural gas vehicle project in Abu Dhabi city, accompanied by General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Interior, Sheikh Ahmed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Under Secretary of the Ministry of Finance and Industry and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Zayed Foundation for Charity and Humanitarian Works, ...  >>MORE

Total Abu AI Bukhoosh celebrates 30th anniversary

Posted on 09/02/2005

Total Abu AI Bukhoosh hosted its 30th Anniversary under the patronage of Yousef Omair Bin Yousef, Secretary General of the Supreme Petroleum Council and Chief Executive Officer of ADNOC. Thierry Desmarest, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of TOTAL, was present on the occasion. The Company marked its anniversary with a celebration of 30 years of successful oil and gas production from the Abu AI Bukhoosh Site. Many diplomats, Total Senior Management and officials were among the guests as ...  >>MORE

Ras Al Khaimah to buy Oman gas

Posted on 08/02/2005

Ras Al Khaimah's Gas Commission yesterday signed an agreement with Novus Oman Ltd to purchase gas from Oman's West Bukha field, officials said. The agreement was signed by Sheikh Saud Bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Crown Prince and Deputy Ruler of Ras Al Khaimah, and Chairman of the Ras Al Khaimah Gas Commission (RAK Gas), and Peter Sadler, Director of Novus. The signing took place at the Crown Prince's palace. Ras Al Khaimah Gas Commission expects the West Bukha field to supply the cement industry in ...  >>MORE

NDC buys US$100 million oil rig from Singapore

Posted on 07/02/2005

The National Drilling Company, which earned a profit of Dh1.5 billion during the year 2004, said it has procured a oil rig from Singapore costing US$100 million while tender for another rig costing US$100 million could be awarded with in next couple of months. Speaking to reporters on the occasion of inauguration of a new multi-purpose service vessel, Al Ghweifat, Abdul Munim Saif Al Kindy, General Manager NDC said that his company earnings have grown by five per cent during the last year. ...  >>MORE

ADNOC Distribution to introduce natural gas as vehicle fuel

Posted on 01/02/2005

ADNOC Distribution plans introduce Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) as a fuel for vehicles in Abu Dhabi city in order to improve the city environment by reducing the harmful emissions from vehicles and expanding the use natural energy resources. Work has already started with a pilot project currently under execution by the Company to supply Al Maha filling station located at Al Mina Road with natural gas to be used as a fuel for vehicles. Around 50 vehicles will initially be converted to ...  >>MORE

Energy Minister affirms importance of OPEC’s decision to keep ceiling at specific level

Posted on 31/01/2005

Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hamili, Minister of Energy said that the decision upheld by OPEC today to maintain oil production level at 27 million barrels per day reflected the Organization's commitment to protecting consumers' interests and to preserving the stability of the international oil markets and economies. The statement was made following the conclusion of the 134th Extraordinary Conference of OPEC in Vienna today. The Minister said that by not affecting any alterations in the oil ...  >>MORE

ADCO undertakes large corrosion protection project

Posted on 31/01/2005

The Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil Operations (ADCO), in a major step, has undertaken one of the largest corrosion protection projects in this region to protect its wells which number about 1500. "Oil and gas companies in the region are facing major challenges in corrosion control and material selection due to exploration of more corrosive fields and increase in corrosion of existing fields," stated Saleh AI Ameri, Engineering Services Manager of ADCO. "As a major step towards preventing ...  >>MORE

OPEC may maintain current production ceiling: Al Hamili

Posted on 28/01/2005

Energy Minister, Mohammed bin Da'en Al Hamili, has said that the organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries, OPEC, is likely going to maintain the current output of 27 million barrels per day, bpd, ceiling when its members meet on Sunday in Vienna. In an exclusive statement to the Emirates News Agency, WAM, Al Hamili said that the OPEC ministerial meeting will keep all options open during the meeting, adding that the meeting will review the demand and supply basics of the oil market in ...  >>MORE

Fujairah, Naftogaz sign contract agreement

Posted on 28/01/2005

An agreement for prospecting for and drilling of oil was signed last Wednesday by the Fujairah government, Naftogaz of Ukraine and Naftogaz of Middle East. The agreement, which was in line with the directives and follow-up of H.H. Sheikh Hamad bin Mohammed Al Sharqi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Fujairah, covers exploration for and production of oil both onshore and offshore the emirate. Sheikh Saleh bin Mohammed Al Sharqi, Chairman of the Fujairah Industrial and Economic ...  >>MORE

Sajaa Gas reviews progress of work on Dh415 million gas plant

Posted on 20/01/2005

Board of Sajaa Gas Private Limited Company (SajGas) reviewed today progress of construction of the Dh 415 million gas sweetening and sulphur recovery plant. Sheikh Sultan bin Ahmed bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Chairman of the Board and Deputy Chairman of Sharjah Petroleum Council, stated that "SajGas had made remarkable progress on construction of the plant, the turnkey contract for which is nearly 60% complete. ‘The plant construction is on schedule for completion later this year", he added. The ...  >>MORE

Crescent sets up gas transportation project

Posted on 18/01/2005

Sharjah-based Crescent Petroleum has set up a gas transportation system project for end-users in Sharjah and the Northern Emirates. The Dh400 million joint venture, named United Gas Transmissions Company (UGTC), has been established by Emiri decree between Crescent Petroleum, Bank of Sharjah and six GCC investors. His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammad Al Qasimi yesterday visited the offices of Crescent Petroleum and met the shareholders of UGTC at their inaugural meeting. Sheikh Sultan ...  >>MORE

Emarat forms new venture to boost regional services

Posted on 16/01/2005

Emirates General Petroleum Corporation has signed an agreement with subsidiaries of BP and Shell to establish Emdad Aviation Fuel Storage in the Jebel Ali Free Zone, officials said. "This new joint venture is in line with our plans to develop our services to [serve] the regional market. We want to offer our customers the best and most up-to-date services," said Rashid Hamad Al Shamsi, General Manager of Emirates General Petroleum Corporation (Emarat) and Chairman of Emdad. The agreement ...  >>MORE

ENOC unit to build bulk liquids centre in Singapore

Posted on 15/01/2005

The Dubai-based Terminals Limited (HTL), the independent company established by the Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC), has awarded US$200 million contracts (Dh734 million) to Singapore's Jurong Consultants to set up an oil storage facility on Singapore's island of Jurong. The contract for consultancy awarded to Singapore's Jurong Consultants was made on behalf of Horizon Singapore Terminals Pte Limited (HSTL) a joint venture to be incorporated in Singapore. The bulk liquids terminal will ...  >>MORE

NPCC bags US$ 500-million contract from Qatar Gas

Posted on 10/01/2005

The National Petroleum Construction Company (NPCC) has won a 500-million-dollar contract for engineering, procurement and construction of offshore gas production facilities in Qatar. The contract between NPCC and Qatar Liquefied Gas Company Ltd (Qatar Gas) was signed by Qatari Minister of Energy and Industry Abdullah bin Hamad Al Attya and NPCC Director General Aqeel Abdullah Madi, a company statement said yesterday. According to the contract, the NPCC will execute works involving ...  >>MORE

ADNOC Distribution awards two deals for gas project

Posted on 08/01/2005

ADNOC Distribution has kicked off its Dh1 billion natural gas distribution project for commercial and residential purposes through a pipeline network by awarding the first two contracts, the company announced yesterday. The UK's Hyder Consulting has won the Dh25 million technical consultancy contract and the Emirates Canadian Company for Gas (Lootah BC Gas) has won the Dh7.5 million project management and basic pipeline design contract. Both contracts are for phase one of the project. ...  >>MORE

UAE will be ready to supply more oil in future to Asian markets: Al Hamili

Posted on 07/01/2005

Energy Minister, Mohammed bin Da'en Al Himili, has said that the Middle East region, which is very rich in oil and gas, will continue to be the major supplier of energy to the international market, particularly the Asian markets that are witnessing high growth rates in their economies and demand for oil and gas. In a statement he delivered at the meeting of the Principal Producers and Consumers of Oil in Asia, held here early today, Al Hamili said he expects oil demand in Asia to rise by 50 ...  >>MORE

DIB lead arranger for US$530m Islamic tranche of Qatar project

Posted on 07/01/2005

Dubai Islamic Bank has been selected as a lead arrangers for an Islamic finance tranche of US$530 million (Dh1.9 billion) for an energy project in Qatar. Qatar Gas II is a US$12 billion (Dh44 billion) joint-venture liquid natural gas (LNG) project between Qatar Petroleum and ExxonMobil Corp. "Qatar Gas II is another important milestone for the Islamic finance industry," said Aref Kooheji, executive vice president for investment and corporate banking at Dubai Islamic Bank (DIB). The ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces prices for December 2004

Posted on 05/01/2005

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has announced the Official Selling Prices (OSP) of its four crudes free on board (FOB), for the month of December, 2004. A company statement said prices of ADNOC's four crudes Murban, Lower Zakum, Umm Shaif and Upper Zakum loaded in December were US$38.50, US$38.55, US$38.00 and US$34.50 a barrel respectively. (The Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Executive Council explores use of natural gas to run vehicles

Posted on 04/01/2005

The Sharjah Executive Council (SEC) discussed yesterday a project to run car with compressed natural gas (CNG) as part of the emirate's strategy to conserve environment through the use of clean energy sources. The council in its weekly meeting, president over by Sharjah Crown Prince and Deputy Ruler Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed bin Sultan Al Qasimi, reviewed a memo on the environment and nature reserves. A draft law on amendment of law no (2) for 2004 on municipalities was also tabled to the ...  >>MORE

NPCC set for privatisation

Posted on 03/01/2005

The National Petroleum Construction Company, now part of Abu Dhabi's Department of Economy, will be privatised through a public offering, it was announced yesterday. "Sheikh Hamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Chairman of Abu Dhabi's Department of Economy, has restructured the National Petroleum Construction Company [NPCC] to enhance employees' performance and to [incorporate the expertise of] competent local and expatriate professionals. This should help the NPCC compete with international ...  >>MORE

Senegal oil concession for UAE group

Posted on 30/12/2004

Kampac Oil M.E., a part of the Jebel Ali-based oil traders Kampac Group, have won an oil concession in the West African state of Senegal, it has been announced. Kampac Chairman Charles Ampofo said that the concession agreement, signed with the Senegalese national oil company, Petrosen, on December 17, was for an exploration and production sharing contract covering the Louga onshore block, in northern Senegal and adjacent to the border with Mauritania. The Louga block, where two wells have ...  >>MORE

GCC embarks on mega projects to develop gas reserves

Posted on 29/12/2004

The six nation Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states are set to play a key role in gas supplies in the future, as they control 40 per cent of the world's proven natural gas or 72 trillion cubic metres of natural gas. However, current production does not exceed 245 billion cubic metres a year, or around 10 per cent of the global gas output, a report published by +Gulf Business+ magazine said. This imbalance is going to be changed soon when several gas projects like the ambitious Dolphin Gas ...  >>MORE

ADNOC set to trim extra February supply

Posted on 28/12/2004

Singapore: The United Arab Emirates seems set to refrain from offering extra crude oil for the first time in 10 months, traders said yesterday, as refiners waited for overdue notices on supply volumes for February. Term lifters of Abu Dhabi crude have not yet been informed of their allocations for February more than a week later than the UAE normally tells its customers and this was read as a sign of little if any extra supply of crude available. "We haven't received any notification so far. ...  >>MORE

Takreer saves Dh7.3 million annually

Posted on 26/12/2004

The Ruwais refinery division of the Abu Dhabi Oil Refining Company (Takreer) has put in place a series of measures that have led to control of flaring to yield savings to the tune of Dh7.3 million annually. The refinery has four elevated flares, one each for hydroskimmer, hydrocracker, and condensate units of 211 and 411. The sources of flaring are mainly from fractioners overhead of the process units and non-condensable hydrogen. The refinery has identified the major sources of flaring ...  >>MORE

Enoc orders vessels from Dubai Drydocks

Posted on 25/12/2004

Emirates National Oil Company Group LLC of Dubai has commissioned Dubai Drydocks to build four 6,200 tonne tankers for its shipping subsidiary, the company's CEO said. "This is a major new-build programme for our bunkering operations and for Dubai Shipping Company [DSC], our subsidiary. It is appropriate that these state-of-the-art vessels will be built here in the UAE," said Hussain Sultan, Emirate National Oil Company Group's (Enoc) CEO. "These are highly environmentally friendly vessels ...  >>MORE

'Excellence in Energy' award for ADNOC CEO

Posted on 18/12/2004

The 2004 'Excellence in Energy' awards has been bagged by the chief executive officer, Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), His Excellency Yousef Omair Bin Yousef who has been named 'The Individual Who Made The Biggest Impact On The Regional Energy Industry.' Eileen Michael, Publisher, Pipeline said: "The awards — the 'Oscars' of the Middle East energy industry — follow a poll of readers of Pipeline Magazine, the Pan Arab world's foremost monthly publication for the oil and gas sectors. ...  >>MORE

Al Hamli stresses need to shift price band to US$30-38

Posted on 15/12/2004

Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hamli, Minister of Energy said in Dubai yesterday that it was appropriate for the OPEC price band to be shifted to the range of US$30 - 38, in view of current market conditions and the waning value of the dollar. He added in remakes on the sidles of the Arab Strategy Forum which is currently underway that the range of US$20 to 28 does not suit the current conditions. He also dismissed suggestions that the group might peg oil prices against other currency, in view of ...  >>MORE

UAE, Qatari ministers say oil will continue to be vital commodity

Posted on 15/12/2004

The oil ministers of United Arab Emirates and Qatar have ruled out the possibility of a decline in oil importance by the year 2020, in a panel discussion during the on-going Arab Strategy Forum. "Oil will continue to play a very strong role. There will be more need for oil," stated Abdulla bin Hamad Al Atiyah, Qatar's Second Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Energy and Industry. UAE Minister of Energy, Mohammed Al Hamli, stated that: "The future is very bright for oil. Oil will be ...  >>MORE

UAE is committed to OPEC production cut decision: Al Hamili

Posted on 11/12/2004

Energy Minister, Mohammed bin Da'en Al Hamili, has said that the UAE was committed to the decision made by OPEC to cut down production by one million barrels per day beginning from January 1, 2005, adding that the decision was made with a consensus of all OPEC member states. In a statement to the Emirates News Agency, WAM, soon after the meeting ended in Cairo, Al Hamili said that the decision is aimed at achieving a balance between demand and supply on the international oil market and was ...  >>MORE

UAE in favour of a price band of US$30-38 a barrel

Posted on 11/12/2004

The UAE said yesterday it favoured a price band between US$30-38 a barrel for OPEC basket of seven crudes and called the group to consider the structure of the basket. 'It is better that the current OPEC price range (US$22-28) be scaled up to US$30-38 a barrel ......It is also necessary to change the structure of the OPEC 's basket to include the crudes produced by its members,' said Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hamli, UAE Minister of Energy, in a statement ahead of OPEC conference tomorrow. The ...  >>MORE

Gas processing capacity of ADNOC goes up

Posted on 11/12/2004

The rise in domestic consumption of power and the growing demand from the petrochemical industry has led to stepping up production of natural gas that is expected to reach a capacity of 4 billion cubic feet per day by next year. Yousef Omair bin Yousef, Secretary General of the Supreme Petroleum Council and CEO of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), noted that the total onshore gas processing capacity has increased from 1.4 billion cfd to 5 billion cfd and will further be augmented ...  >>MORE

Production ceiling should be cut if prices continue to fall: Al Hamli

Posted on 08/12/2004

Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hamli, Minister of Energy, said yesterday that it would be appropriate for OPEC to maintain the production quotas if it seeks to stabilize the world oil market. In a statement to the Emirates News Agency (WAM), the Minister also stressed the need for the OPEC to cut production ceiling if prices continue to fall. He said the upcoming OPEC meeting in Cairo on Friday will discuss, amongst other issues, the OPEC price band and the appointment of a new secretary general. ...  >>MORE

ADNOC to launch mega projects

Posted on 08/12/2004

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and its group of companies are currently embarking on several mega projects to increase oil and gas output in the near future. According to Abdulla Nasser Al Suwaidi, Supreme Petroleum Council (SPC) Member and Deputy CEO of ADNOC, these projects are being implemented to sustain current output ceiling and effect increases in a studied manner, conforming to international norms in meeting the enhanced levels of demand. Al Suwaidi who is also the ...  >>MORE

Murban premium cut sharply

Posted on 07/12/2004

Singapore: Traders digested the series of official selling prices released over the weekend and yesterday, and which will set the market direction for trade on February barrels. Qatar released its November retroactive official selling prices (OSPs) and slashed its grades' differerentials to Oman, after January-loading cargoes of its crudes, traded at discounts to their official selling prices. "Qatar Land is in line with Murban but still expensive compared with Arab Extra Light," a lifter ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces prices for November

Posted on 06/12/2004

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has announced the Official Selling Prices (OSP) of its four crudes free on board (FOB), for the month of November. A company statement said prices of ADNOC's four crudes Murban, Lower Zakum, Umm Shaif and Upper Zakum loaded in November were US$ 39.65, US$39.70, US$39.35 and US$35.40 a barrel respectively. (The Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

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ADNOC cuts naphtha exports to Asia


Gasco, Bechtel sign US$1.46 billion EPC agreement


Takreer and Japan's JCCP sign engineering and design pact


Al Hamili reveals plans to increase production capacity


Oil market highlight in 2004 and outlook for 2005


Sharjah Crown Prince opens first natural gas filling station


Khalifa visits a natural gas vehicle project


Total Abu AI Bukhoosh celebrates 30th anniversary


Ras Al Khaimah to buy Oman gas


NDC buys US$100 million oil rig from Singapore


ADNOC Distribution to introduce natural gas as vehicle fuel


Energy Minister affirms importance of OPEC’s decision to keep ceiling at specific level


ADCO undertakes large corrosion protection project


OPEC may maintain current production ceiling: Al Hamili


Fujairah, Naftogaz sign contract agreement


Sajaa Gas reviews progress of work on Dh415 million gas plant


Crescent sets up gas transportation project


Emarat forms new venture to boost regional services


ENOC unit to build bulk liquids centre in Singapore


NPCC bags US$ 500-million contract from Qatar Gas


ADNOC Distribution awards two deals for gas project


UAE will be ready to supply more oil in future to Asian markets: Al Hamili


DIB lead arranger for US$530m Islamic tranche of Qatar project


ADNOC announces prices for December 2004


Sharjah Executive Council explores use of natural gas to run vehicles


NPCC set for privatisation


Senegal oil concession for UAE group


GCC embarks on mega projects to develop gas reserves


ADNOC set to trim extra February supply


Takreer saves Dh7.3 million annually


Enoc orders vessels from Dubai Drydocks


'Excellence in Energy' award for ADNOC CEO


Al Hamli stresses need to shift price band to US$30-38


UAE, Qatari ministers say oil will continue to be vital commodity


UAE is committed to OPEC production cut decision: Al Hamili


UAE in favour of a price band of US$30-38 a barrel


Gas processing capacity of ADNOC goes up


Production ceiling should be cut if prices continue to fall: Al Hamli


ADNOC to launch mega projects


Murban premium cut sharply


ADNOC announces prices for November