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THE ECONOMY - OIL AND GAS

UAE reaps rich harvest from high oil prices

Posted on 08/03/2004

The UAE reaped its best harvest from high oil prices in 2003, which emerged as the most prosperous economic and fiscal year since the country was founded 34 years ago. Although growth was higher during the oil boom two decades ago, the size of the country's gross domestic product grew to its largest level to become the third biggest Arab economy after that of Saudi Arabia and Egypt. The value of the oil exports also leaped to its highest ever - to rank it second only to Saudi Arabia in the ...  >>MORE

National Drilling to lease Dh352m offshore jack-up rig to ADMA-OPCO

Posted on 07/03/2004

A new Dh352 million jack-up rig ordered by the National Drilling Co (NDC) from Singapore will be leased to the Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Co (ADMA-OPCO) for its offshore operations. NDC has contracted Singapore's Keppel Fels Ltd (part of the Keppel Group) to build the rig which is due for delivery in the third quarter of next year. ADMA-OPCO and NDC signed the lease contract recently, confirmed officials. The addition of the new rig ND-35 will bring the number of rigs contracted out by ...  >>MORE

Gasco achieves remarkable successes in 2003: Says company's chief

Posted on 06/03/2004

Gasco, the Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Limited, has achieved remarkable successes in 2003, said General Manager Mohammed A. Sahoo. He noted that the company's ambitious objectives on the safety of all its personnel was underscore by the 2003 results, which saw Gasco achieving a significant period of 13 million man-hours without a lost time incident. In a report published in the "Gasco Image" magazine The most conspicuous of the successes made in 2003, he added, was the fact that the plants had ...  >>MORE

OPEC will review its earlier decision if surge in prices continues: Nassiri

Posted on 29/02/2004

Obeid bin Saif Al Nassiri, Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources said here today that OPEC would review its earlier decision to slash production if the current surge in oil prices continues. The Minister added however that no decision on production levels would be taken before the upcoming OPEC meeting on March 31 in Vienna. Nassiri, who made his remarks shortly after a meeting with Einer Steensnaes, Norwegian Oil and Energy Minister, stressed that rising prices were not triggered by the ...  >>MORE

Fertil achieves record output

Posted on 22/02/2004

The ADNOC and Total owned Ruwais Fertilizer Industries (Fertil) achieved record production of ammonia and urea in 2003, resulting in higher exports, especially to Asian markets. Fertil also exported ethylene on behalf of the Abu Dhabi Polymers Co (Borouge) last year. "In terms of production, new records were achieved with annual production of ammonia and urea of 473,987 and 653,943 tonnes respectively," said Saif Al Ghafli, general manager. "Fertil also completed another year of successful ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi pumps over US$7b into oil, chemicals

Posted on 20/02/2004

Abu Dhabi has pumped more than US$7 billion into its crude oil and petrochemical industry in three years and more investments are expected in the coming period. Official figures showed the emirate, the main UAE oil producer, invested a cumulative Dh28.1 billion (US$7.65 billion) in its upstream sector and the construction of the country's first major petrochemical plant as part of economic diversification plans. The figures from the Department of Planning and the Abu Dhabi National Oil Co ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi has 1,200 producing wells

Posted on 14/02/2004

Abu Dhabi emirate has nearly 1,200 oil producing wells in its onshore and offshore concession areas while its crude reserves exceed 92 billion barrels. By the end of 2002, the emirate's total oil wells peaked at 2,912, an increase of nearly 20 wells over the past two years. But nearly 1,200 of them are producing wells. Figures by the Abu Dhabi Department of Planning showed the emirate's proven oil reserves stood at 92.2 billion barrels at the end of 2002, nearly double their level 15 years ...  >>MORE

Arab World reports 75 new oil and gas discoveries in 2002: UAER 2003 reveals

Posted on 14/02/2004

Seismological survey and drilling activities in the Arab World have dropped 20 per cent in 2002 and overshadowed by relative decline in world oil prices at the end of 2001 and early 2002, according to an official Arab report. 'At the time when drilling activities gained momentum by the end of 2002 boosted by proportionate surge in world oil prices, the seismological survey and exploration activities remained weak as compared to 2001,' said the Unified Arab Economic Report (UAER) for 2003. ...  >>MORE

ADCO grants US$50m anti-corrosion contract to NPCC and Corrpo

Posted on 13/02/2004

The Abu Dhabi Co for Onshore Oil Operations (ADCO) has undertaken one of the largest corrosion protection projects in the region to protect its 1,500 wells. The $50 million contract has been awarded to an alliance of the local National Petroleum Construction Co (NPCC) and Corrpro of the US, according to "Gulf News" daily. "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 ...  >>MORE

Nasseri describes OPEC's output cut as precautionary

Posted on 11/02/2004

Obeid bin Saif Al Nasseri, Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, yesterday said that the decision of OPEC to cut production by 1 million barrels per day, bpd, effective from April 1st was a precautionary measure. The decision made by OPEC Ministers in their meeting here today was a surprise to market analysts who expected the Ministers to maintain the output ceiling with any change until 31st March when OPEC Ministers will hold their ordinary meeting in Vienna. Nasseri said that the ...  >>MORE

UAE oil revenues touch all time high of US$21.8 billion in 2003

Posted on 10/02/2004

Firm oil prices in 2003, averaging at around US$27.4 per barrel, the highest annual average since a long time, resulted in oil revenues of the GCC countries rising by 17% last year compared to 2002, from US$120 billion to US$ 140 billion. In 2003, oil revenues of the UAE are estimated to have reached US$ 21.8 billion, an all time high, according to a new report by the Emirates Industrial Bank Journal, EIB. The EIB report on 'Developments in the Oil Market,' stated: "The oil exporting ...  >>MORE

Any OPEC decision on output cut should be unanimous: Nasseri

Posted on 08/02/2004

Obaid bin Saif Al Nasseri, Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources said here today that any decision on output cut by the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) in its upcoming meeting in Algiers this week, should be unanimous. "There are of course varying views on the decision that should be taken by OPEC in its extraordinary meeting. These views will be discussed during the meeting. However, it is important that any decision that will be taken should be unanimous and one ...  >>MORE

Five Mideast states to invest US$20b a year in oil projects

Posted on 03/02/2004

The world's five leading oil powers, including the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq and Iran, will be pumping an average US$18-20 billion a year into expansion projects that will boost their output to more than 42 million barrels per day before 2007. "Khaleej Times” quoted the Paris-based Arab Petroleum Research Centre (APRC), as saying that such a two-fold expansion is essential to meet the expected growth in world oil demand which is forecast to rise by around 45 million bpd to more than 120 ...  >>MORE

ADNOC to boost condensate output by 130,000bpd

Posted on 03/02/2004

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) plans to produce an additional 130,000 b/d of condensate by 2007 when the OGD-3 project will be completed. According to 'Ali Al Yabhouni, Head of Marketing Research and Analysis at ADNOC, the oil major was currently processing as much condensate as it did crude oil. "ADNOC currently refines around 230,000 b/d of crude, while its two splitters process 220,000 b/d of condensate providing an additional 4.3 million tons/year of naphtha, 3.3 million ...  >>MORE

SPC discusses UAE oil policy

Posted on 28/01/2004

The Supreme Petroleum Council (SPC) reviewed, in a meeting here yesterday, various aspects of the oil policy that could strengthen the UAE position in the oil arena. Presided over by Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince, Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces and SCP Chairman, the Council was briefed on the progress of work at various projects, particularly those in development, production and manufacturing sectors, currently under construction by the Abu Dhabi ...  >>MORE

Oil and manufacturing sector get US$23b in five years

Posted on 20/01/2004

The UAE has pumped more than US$23 billion into its oil and manufacturing sector in five years in a drive to tap its mammoth crude wealth and diversify its sources of income. Public and private spending on these two sectors during 1999-2003 accounted for nearly 29 per cent of total investments that also covered water and electricity, communications, real estate, construction, trade, tourism and services, according to a report in "Gulf News." Figures by the Ministry of Planning showed nearly ...  >>MORE

Global oil prices will remain strong in 2004: ADNOC official

Posted on 17/01/2004

Oil prices will remain strong throughout 2004, a senior official at the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has predicted. "The sustainability of strong oil prices has been possible during the past four years and this is expected to continue into the new year," wrote Ali Obaid Al-Yabhouni, head of Marketing Research & Analysis Dept., in the recent issue of "ADNOC News" monthly. Current 2004 projections for the annual average price were approximately US$ 26 per barrel for the OPEC basket ...  >>MORE

ADNOC cuts term naphtha supply to Asia

Posted on 10/01/2004

Singapore - Abu Dhabi National Oil Co (ADNOC) has cut and delayed some term naphtha supplies to Asia following problems at a 130,000 barrels-per-day (bpd) condensate splitter. The supply problems have helped to push Asian naphtha prices up to nine-month highs and opened a window for exports of the product from the West, industry sources said. ADNOC has asked some term lifters to accept cuts in loading volumes of five to 10 per cent in January, an operational tolerance accounted for in the ...  >>MORE

Japanese reliance on Mideast oil to continue

Posted on 09/01/2004

Japan yesterday reiterated it will continue to depend heavily on the Middle East for crude oil and other business interests. Japan has also pledged US$5 billion up to 2007 towards reconstruction of Iraq and US$28 million towards Palestine for the fiscal year ending March 2004, visiting Japanese Foreign Minister Yoriko Kawaguchi announced on a visit to Abu Dhabi yesterday. "Japan depends heavily on the Middle East for oil and other resources and therefore peace and stability in the Middle ...  >>MORE

Gulf countries earn US$33b more on strong oil prices

Posted on 07/01/2004

Strong oil prices pumped an additional US$33 billion into the coffers of the UAE and its partners in the six-nation GCC last year, allowing them to bask under one of their best economic years since the end of the oil boom. The six Gulf nations netted around US$133.4 billion last year compared with nearly US$100.6 billion in 2002, according to the London-based Centre for Global Energy Studies Centre (CGES), which is owned by former Saudi Oil Minister Sheikh Ahmed Zaki Al Yamani. Their ...  >>MORE

GASCO releases The EPC Tender for OGD - III

Posted on 27/12/2003

Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd (GASCO) released its biggest ever enquiry for fixed Price Lump Sum Contract for Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Commissioning and Start-Up (EPC) Works for its Onshore Gas Development Phase III (OGD-III) Project at Habshan, Abu Dhabi, UAE. GASCO Stated in a press release that the enquiry was issued to six pre-qualified bidders namely Bechtel - UK, Chiyoda - Japan, Kellog Brown & Roots - USA, JGC Corporation - Japan, Snamprogetti - Italy and Technip - France. ...  >>MORE

Oil exploration to focus on Abu Dhabi

Posted on 22/12/2003

The main focus of oil and gas explorations in the country in recent years has centred round the emirates of Sharjah, Ras Al Khaimah and Umm al-Qaiwain, where the Norwegian company Atlantis Holdings holds the explorations licences. These efforts have resulted in several significant finds including a promising gas discovery in Sharjah and reappraisal and drilling of a gas field originally discovered off Umm al-Qaiwain but not previously developed. However, the real focus of growth in oil and ...  >>MORE

A pleasant journey down memory lane for oil industry watchers

Posted on 21/12/2003

For residents conversant with the history of oil exploration in the country and the benefits of accruing thereafter, leading the formation of a modern welfare state, the "From Under the Desert Sands” publication is a pleasant journey down memory lane. The book that chronicles the four decades from 1963 to 2003 of the oil exports of the Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil Operations, ADCO, is a fitting souvenir to commemorate the first export shipment of crude from onshore field operations on ...  >>MORE

Natural gas resources in the region still under-developed, says Nasseri

Posted on 21/12/2003

The disparity between the resource base and production level clearly demonstrates that natural gas resources in the region are still under-developed, said Obeid bin Saif Al Nasseri, Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources. In a speech at the Global Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Ministerial Summit which concluded here yesterday, Nasseri said that Middle East region was blessed with substantial hydrocarbon resources- making it the richest in the world in natural gas potential. "The Middle ...  >>MORE

Gasco commissions new crude oil pipeline

Posted on 20/12/2003

Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Limited (Gasco), has announced the commissioning of a new 18"- diameter crude oil pipeline from the on-shore Bab oil field to the Umm al-Nar refinery in Sas Al Nakhl island, near Abu Dhabi. The new pipeline has replaced the existing 18' crude oil pipeline between Bab and Umm al-Nar refinery which has developed extensive external corrosion and was considered a potential threat to safety and environment in case of a major leak in addition to interruption of crude oil ...  >>MORE

ENOC steps on the gas with launch of two new fuels

Posted on 19/12/2003

ENOC, the UAE's biggest gasoline retailer, yesterday announced it is introducing two new fuels in all its service stations nationwide. The fuels have new additives and replace the petrol that is now available. The fuel retailer insists it will not make any changes in prices, so Xtreme 95 and Xtreme Plus 98 — the new products — will cost the same as the fuel they are replacing. ENOC said it will absorb the cost of the new additives. Hussain Sultan, chief executive of the company, said the ...  >>MORE

Adnoc romps away with oil industry's Oscar

Posted on 19/12/2003

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Co (Adnoc) romped away with the oil industry's "Oscar" this week at the Excellence in Energy Awards 2003. It picked up the Overall Excellence in Energy award at the first Oil Barons' Ball held midweek in Abu Dhabi. Mohammed Butti Al Qubaisi, deputy director for exploration and production at Adnoc, accepted the award at the ceremony organised by Pipeline magazine, the region's monthly energy publication. Saudi's Aramco's Haradh Gas project received the Project of ...  >>MORE

Borouge plans to expand its petrochemical complex

Posted on 16/12/2003

Borouge Pte Ltd. announced yesterday today that it plans to invest $40 million debottleneck the existing Borstar and enhance polyethylene (PE) capacity from 450,000 to 580,000 tonnes per annum. Hubert Puchner, Chief Executive Officer, Borouge Pte Ltd. disclosed that the project, which includes expansion of material handling facilities, is to be completed by the year 2005. Borouge will assume full off take of the existing 600,000 tonnes per annum cracker. "The feasibility study to expand the ...  >>MORE

ADCO developing new fields to increase output

Posted on 15/12/2003

The Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil Operations (ADCO) yesterday celebrated the 40th anniversary of the first oil shipment from Abu Dhabi's onshore oil fields. From small beginnings, the company has grown vastly in size and is building sustainable crude oil production capacity to 1.4 million barrels a day (bpd) by 2006 through development of new fields, a top company official said yesterday. The first shipment carried 33,818 tonnes of crude oil from Jebel Dhana in Abu Dhabi to the UK. ...  >>MORE

ENOC Lubricants launches new engine oil

Posted on 15/12/2003

ENOC Lubricants, a subsidiary of Emirates National Oil Company, ENOC, LLC has launched its next generation Protec Ultra engine oil during the Seventh Middle East International Motor Show which finishes today. ENOC Lubricants marketed and distributed in the UAE through EPPCO Lubricants are fast becoming a regional and global leader in this highly competitive industry. The top tier, semi-synthetic Protec Ultra is a modern high technology lubricant. (The Khaleej Times) ...  >>MORE

OPEC to act if prices above price band: Nasiri

Posted on 14/12/2003

Spectators covering their positions caused the current high oil prices, Obaid bin Saif Al Nasiri, the UAE Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Obeid bin Saif Al Nasiri said on the sidelines of a meeting of the Organisation of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries, OAPEC. "The recent rise in the prices was due to speculation and short covering because in the past spectators went short and now they are covering their positions,” he added. He the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries ...  >>MORE

Dubai's aviation fuel consumption increases 28.2%; ENOC voted best international jet fuel marketer in Middle East & Africa

Posted on 10/12/2003

Aviation fuel consumption in Dubai, as of November 2003, has registered a growth of 28.2 per cent over 2002. Conservative estimates for future growth predict a 15 per cent year-on-year increase, according to ENOC Group Chief Executive and Board Member Hussain Sultan. ENOC Aviation has been voted best international jet fuel marketer in the Middle East and Africa by major airlines based in the Asia Pacific region. Airlines in the Middle East, Africa and North America regions also voted ENOC ...  >>MORE

ENOC plans to upgrade refinery

Posted on 10/12/2003

Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) has revealed a US$250 million plan to upgrade its oil refining to include gasoline production. The changes will focus on its second refinery splitter, which processes sweet condensate — one of the byproducts of oil refining. Hussein Sultan, chief executive of ENOC, said: "We have undertaken a feasibility study to upgrade the splitter. The move marks the beginning of the second phase of ENOC's refinery splitter project, Hussein Sultan said. ENOC has two ...  >>MORE

UAE set to reap its best ever oil windfall of US$22b this year

Posted on 07/12/2003

The UAE is set to reap its best oil windfall of nearly US$22 billion this year and the surge will expand both the economy and the external financial surplus. The increase is a result of a sharp rise in oil prices and higher crude production by the UAE in line with an OPEC output agreement, according to independent estimates. "The UAE's oil export earnings are expected to climb to nearly US$21.8 billion or US$22 billion this year from around US$17.9 billion last year," said Leo Drollas, Deputy ...  >>MORE

UAE pursues long-term oil expansion strategy

Posted on 03/12/2003

The UAE is pushing ahead with a long-term programme to expand its oil production capacity to four million barrels a day within seven years and maintain its status as a dominant player in the global market. The country's two main oil producers have just announced huge projects to boost output at their onshore and offshore fields, while other small firms are expanding to maintain and raise their capacity. The Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil Operations last month said it would hike capacity ...  >>MORE

No need to change oil output level: UAE Oil Minister

Posted on 30/11/2003

The UAE oil minister has said that there is no need for OPEC member states to change the present output levels given the current situation in the oil market. Obeid bin Saif Al Nasseri, Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, said in a statement today the present condition in international oil market " does not require any decision by OPEC oil ministers to revise production levels when they meet on Thursday in Vienna." "The issue of production change, however, may only be resolved after ...  >>MORE

ADCO short listed for BP ecology award

Posted on 23/11/2003

Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil Operations, ADCO has been short listed for the international BP Helios Award 2003 for pioneering environmental protection by converting hazardous oil well drilling sludge into usable, eco-friendly by products. ADCO's novel solution overcomes a perennial problem of disposing of the mushy oil-based mud (OBM) needed for lubrication when drilling through difficult shale formations and producing economically beneficial by-products. The system uses a process called ...  >>MORE

Arab states report 179 new oil discoveries in five years

Posted on 22/11/2003

Arab states have made 179 new oil discoveries over the past five years to boost their already mammoth crude reserves by nearly 23 billion barrels and ensure growth in their market share in the coming years, according to official estimates. Nearly 85 per cent of those discoveries were reported by the North African states of Algeria, Egypt and Libya although the bulk of the increase in the proven resources has come from Qatar, Iraq and Libya OAPEC said in a new report. Egypt had the highest ...  >>MORE

UAEU, ADNOC sign partnership agreements

Posted on 20/11/2003

The UAE University (UAEU) and the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) yesterday signed a partnership agreement to promote technological development and scientific and cultural cooperation. Signed for the UAEU was Sheikh Nahayan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research and Chancellor of the University, and for ADNOC its Chief Executive Officer Yousef Omair bin Yousef. Nahyan also signed another agreement with Occidental Petroleum, a leading international ...  >>MORE

ADNOC to build 10 fuel stations in northern emirates

Posted on 20/11/2003

A major UAE oil supplier has disclosed that it is planning to establish ten new fuel stations in the northern emirates next year. The announcement was made by the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) on Tuesday night during a ceremony held here as part of the month-long Sharjah Ramadan Festival. ADNOC is also planning to increase its fuel stations around the UAE from 165 to 200 by the end of 2004. Nasser Al Hammadi, ADNOC FOD retail sales manager, said that ten sites had been surveyed, most ...  >>MORE

ADCO celebrates 40th Anniversary of its first Crude Oil Shipment

Posted on 18/11/2003

The Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil Operations (ADCO) has commenced implementing expansion projects to increase crude oil production from one million barrels per day to 1.4 million barrels per day by 2006. 'ADCO has begun implementing a number of expansion project to increase its output capacity. The most important of these projects were the development of Bab field and the first phase of onshore Rumitha, Shanayel and Dabbiya fields,' ADCO Director General Andre Van Strip said yesterday in a ...  >>MORE

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UAE reaps rich harvest from high oil prices


National Drilling to lease Dh352m offshore jack-up rig to ADMA-OPCO


Gasco achieves remarkable successes in 2003: Says company's chief


OPEC will review its earlier decision if surge in prices continues: Nassiri


Fertil achieves record output


Abu Dhabi pumps over US$7b into oil, chemicals


Abu Dhabi has 1,200 producing wells


Arab World reports 75 new oil and gas discoveries in 2002: UAER 2003 reveals


ADCO grants US$50m anti-corrosion contract to NPCC and Corrpo


Nasseri describes OPEC's output cut as precautionary


UAE oil revenues touch all time high of US$21.8 billion in 2003


Any OPEC decision on output cut should be unanimous: Nasseri


Five Mideast states to invest US$20b a year in oil projects


ADNOC to boost condensate output by 130,000bpd


SPC discusses UAE oil policy


Oil and manufacturing sector get US$23b in five years


Global oil prices will remain strong in 2004: ADNOC official


ADNOC cuts term naphtha supply to Asia


Japanese reliance on Mideast oil to continue


Gulf countries earn US$33b more on strong oil prices


GASCO releases The EPC Tender for OGD - III


Oil exploration to focus on Abu Dhabi


A pleasant journey down memory lane for oil industry watchers


Natural gas resources in the region still under-developed, says Nasseri


Gasco commissions new crude oil pipeline


ENOC steps on the gas with launch of two new fuels


Adnoc romps away with oil industry's Oscar


Borouge plans to expand its petrochemical complex


ADCO developing new fields to increase output


ENOC Lubricants launches new engine oil


OPEC to act if prices above price band: Nasiri


Dubai's aviation fuel consumption increases 28.2%; ENOC voted best international jet fuel marketer in Middle East & Africa


ENOC plans to upgrade refinery


UAE set to reap its best ever oil windfall of US$22b this year


UAE pursues long-term oil expansion strategy


No need to change oil output level: UAE Oil Minister


ADCO short listed for BP ecology award


Arab states report 179 new oil discoveries in five years


UAEU, ADNOC sign partnership agreements


ADNOC to build 10 fuel stations in northern emirates


ADCO celebrates 40th Anniversary of its first Crude Oil Shipment