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THE ECONOMY - OIL AND GAS

LNG accounts for 69pc of ADGAS income

Posted on 08/10/2001

Liquefied Natural Gas LNG accounts for some 69 per cent of total revenues at Abu Dhabi Gas Liquefaction Co, ADGAS, while its byproducts account for the balance, the latest ADGAS News said. ADGAS concluded a spot additional deal with Tokyo Electric Power Co., Tepco, last month to load some 63,000 tonnes of LNG as additional shipment. ADGAS' main customer is Tepco. The base market for LNG is Japan and South Korea, while the short term spot sales are normally to the west of Suez, such as Spain and ...  >>MORE

High oil set to buoy UAE coffers: NBD

Posted on 23/09/2001

Buoyed by high oil prices, revenue flows to government coffers in the UAE are expected to touch Dh70 billion by the end of 2001. "The improvement in oil prices since 2000 has significantly increased government revenues, mainly in the local level,” a report released by the National Bank of Dubai, NBD, said. Consolidated government revenues in 1999 were to the tune of Dh44 billion which jumped to Dh72 billion in 2000. An increased flow of revenues on the back of the high crude prices is expected ...  >>MORE

ADGAS LNG plant sets output record

Posted on 08/09/2001

The Abu Dhabi Gas Liquefaction Co (ADGAS) LNG plant at Das Island set a new production record of 528,023 tonnes a month (t/m) of LNG during July. It also had a record 766,581 t/m of total production in July, according to Majid Khalifa, operations manager. Meanwhile, ADGAS has completed the revamp of Train-3 propane compressor leading to higher production. With the revamp, production at Train-3 has increased to an average of 380 tonnes per hour (tph)of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the ...  >>MORE

Adoc boosts output by injecting gas

Posted on 04/09/2001

After the successful completion of the sour gas injection project in October 2000, the Abu Dhabi Oil Co Ltd, Japan (Adoc) is injecting separated sour and acid gas into oil reservoirs in Umm Al Anbar and Neewat Al Ghalan fields continuously, an official report said. Significantly, the increased volume of injected gas has improved oil recovery from the two fields. "By injecting sour and acid gas, it is expected that the ultimate oil recovery from the subject reservoirs would increase ...  >>MORE

Qatar, Dolphin to ink final gas deal in October

Posted on 04/09/2001

Qatar and Dolphin Energy Ltd (DEL) are set to leap ahead on their landmark gas deal, with final signing of a production pact set for early October and upstream development work targeted for year end. Qatari and Dolphin sources said by early next month they will ink a development and production sharing agreement (DPSA) for the US$3.5 billion project to route two billion cubic feet per day of Qatari gas to the UAE. A comprehensive term-sheet, specifying the commercial terms of the deal, was ...  >>MORE

Stern warning issued to illegal crude oil carriers

Posted on 08/08/2001

The UAE government is clamping down on the movement of substandard tankers and ships involved in transporting of crude oil illegally in its coastal waters and a recent case is the refusal to allow entry to a tanker carrying crude oil from another country. Sheikh Hamdan Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, minister of state for foreign affairs and deputy chairman of the board of the Environmental Research and Wildlife Development Agency, in a statement to a local Arabic daily, said the Emirates refused entry to ...  >>MORE

Accession Special Report – Feature on UAE Oil

Posted on 31/07/2001

The achievements accomplished in oil industry in Abu Dhabi in years 2000-2001 reflect the expansion of activities of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, ADNOC, and its group of companies and part of its continuous keen desire to modernise the oil and gas industries in the country. Abu Dhabi Gas Liquefaction Limited (ADGAS) will start exporting LNG to Dabhol Power Company of India (DPC) at the end of next year. The company will export LNG at an annual contractual rate of 480,000 tonnes for a ...  >>MORE

UAE in favour of balanced demand and supply: Naseri says

Posted on 25/07/2001

The United Arab Emirates is in favour of any measure that can balance supply and demand in the world oil market, UAE Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources said today. Obeid bin Saif Al Naseri said that intensive consultations were going on between oil ministers of OPEC member states to determine the quota to be reduced from the cartel's output ceiling. 'We see that a production cut in the range of one million barrels a day will be suitable for the time being,' Naseri told the Emirates ...  >>MORE

High crude boosts UAE oil sector

Posted on 17/07/2001

High oil prices have jump-started development in the UAE oil and gas sector with the backlog of old projects being cleared and a raft of new investments being made by Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and its subsidiaries. "The impact of high crude prices and increased oil output is increasingly being felt in Abu Dhabi oil and gas sector," a report in the recent issue of the Middle East Economic Digest (Meed) said. The report said that in a sign of renewed activity, major field ...  >>MORE

Full supply of Abu Dhabi gas begins

Posted on 14/07/2001

The panned full supply of 500 million standard cubic feet per day (scfd) of natural gas from Abu Dhabi to Dubai commenced this week, confirmed Obeid bin Seif Al Nasiri, UAE Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources. Since May 30 this year, some 200 mscfd of natural gas was being supplied from Maqta near Abu Dhabi to Jebel Ali in Dubai through a 48-inch diameter, 112 km long pipeline. Earlier, an official of the Abu Dhabi Gas Co, ATHEER, said that the full supply of 500 mscfd of natural ...  >>MORE

Japan to further boost oil relations with UAE

Posted on 10/07/2001

The Japanese Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry, Takeo Hiranuma, praised President H.H. Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan for his noble and courageous stances during the oil crisis in 1973. Presenting his country's gratitude to Sheikh Zayed, the Japanese Minister said the help extended by the UAE has saved Japan at that time from oil crisis. Hiranuma also offered congratulation to Sheikh Sultan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister on the occasion of 30th anniversary of the UAE ...  >>MORE

UAE crude exports to Japan soar 66pc

Posted on 03/07/2001

UAE's crude exports to Japan rose in value by a massive 65.8 per cent to more than US$11.4 billion last year – on the back high international oil prices. The rise directly contributed to UAE's surpassing Saudi Arabia as Japan's largest regional business partner. Surge of 68 per cent in overall UAE's exports to Japan, boosted bilateral trade to more than US$17.42 billion against US$11.38 billion in the previous year. UAE's imports from Japan were valued at US$2,539.9 million, just 0.77 per ...  >>MORE

ADNOC says oil prices stable

Posted on 02/07/2001

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, ADNOC, today said that oil prices of its fields remained unchanged since May. In a statement obtained by the Emirates News Agency, WAM, ADNOC said that the prices of its fields were as follows: Murban US$ 27.20 per barrel, Lower Zakum US$27.25 per barrel, Umm Al Sheif US$27 per barrel, Upper Zakum US$ 25.85 per barrel. (The Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

Austrian OMV gas group starts talks with Abu Dhabi

Posted on 19/06/2001

Austrian oil and gas group OMV has begun talks with Abu Dhabi to undertake exploration and production (E&P) of medium-sized oil and gas projects. OMV is also negotiating with Qatar and Yemen to develop oil and gas projects, signalling the group's debut in the Gulf, chief executive Richard Schenz said. He said negotiations began with Qatar and Yemen recently and investigations are underway as to which blocks should be developed. IPIC holds 19.6 per cent of OMV, making it one of its largest ...  >>MORE

UAE is OPEC fund deputy chairman

Posted on 16/06/2001

The UAE has been elected deputy chairman of the OPEC International Development Fund during a ministerial meeting held at the Funds' 22nd session. Kuwait was elected as chairman of the fund. Yusuf Ibrahim, Kuwaiti Minister of Finance and Planning, who is also Kuwaiti Minister of State for Administrative Development Affairs, gave a review of the Fund's history throughout the 25 years of its existence and the efforts it was making to face the increasing number of global problems, especially those ...  >>MORE

The Petroleum Institute signs an agreement

Posted on 12/06/2001

The Petroleum Institute in Abu Dhabi and the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colorado, the United States of America, have signed a 10-year agreement that will bring world class higher education and research to the UAE. The Petroleum Institute plans to open its doors on September 15, 2001 for selected UAE National Secondary School students (Science Stream). The Petroleum Institute, established by the Government of Abu Dhabi as an independent legal entity, is committed to the education of ...  >>MORE

ENRON formally pulls out of Dolphin gas venture

Posted on 22/05/2001

Enron Corp of the U.S. said it has pulled out of the Dolphin gas project and agreed to transfer its 24.5 per cent equity to the UAE Offsets Group (UOG) for an undisclosed amount. UOG will thus own 75.5 per cent of Dolphin Energy Ltd (DEL). TotalFinaElf will continue to hold 24.5 per cent. UOG has begun negotiations with several energy majors to take up equity in DEL and will sell in due course, Chairman Ahmed Ali Al Sayegh said. Enron said it bowed out because there was not much value it ...  >>MORE

OGD project, final deal key to gas supply

Posted on 16/05/2001

Although the pipeline from Maqta near Abu Dhabi to Jebel Ali is ready, the gas cannot flow until production begins at the Onshore Gas Development (OGD) phase 2 project and final agreement is reached between the Abu Dhabi National Oil Co and the Dubai Supply Authority, said a senior official of the Abu Dhabi Gas Co (Atheer)."The supply depends on production at OGD-phase 2, which would allow for supply of gas, and the agreement between ADNOC and the Dubai authorities regarding the target date for ...  >>MORE

Second phase of gas project to finish by next April

Posted on 16/05/2001

The second phase of the Sharjah Natural Gas Distribution Project is scheduled to be completed by April next year, according to the Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority (SEWA). The work of this phase, costing Dh250 million, started in April last year and involves the construction of 500km of pipeline, internal connections and conversion of existing cookers to natural gas system. The first residential villa of phase two was supplied with natural gas in September last year and as many as ...  >>MORE

Gas supply to Dubai soon, largest liquid sulphur pipeline in offing

Posted on 15/05/2001

Natural gas will be supplied very soon from Abu Dhabi to Dubai emirate through a 48 -inch diameter, 112-km pipeline. A project has also been initiated for transporting liquid sulphur through a 112-km underground pipeline from Habshan to Ruwais. This will be the largest liquid sulphur pipeline of this kind in the world, according to a senior official of Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Limited, GASCO (ADNOC Group of Companies). In an opening address at the First Oil and Gas Pipelines Conference in ...  >>MORE

Takreer close to power deals

Posted on 08/05/2001

The Abu Dhabi Oil Refining Co, TAKREER, is close to finalising agreements with Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority, ADWEA, and the Abu Dhabi Transmission and Dispatch Co, TANSCO, to supply power to ADWEA through TRANSCO grids. TAKREER is expected to provide ADWEA some 300 MW of electricity. Moreover, the project for interconnecting the grid in Abu Dhabi, funded by TAKREER is expected to be completed by the middle of this year. While TAKREER's core business is oil refining, the company is ...  >>MORE

Oil prices push UAE economy up by 20.4 pc

Posted on 06/05/2001

Strong oil prices and increased crude exports helped the UAE economy grow 24.4 per cent in 2000, Planning Minister Sheikh Humaid bin Ahmed Al Mualla said. Local dailies quoted Mualla as saying overall gross domestic product for the country stood at Dh242 billion in 2000, up from Dh201 billion in 1999. "The situation in the oil markets last year helped our economy grow and overcome some of the difficulties we faced in the last few years,” the minister said, referring to the biggest oil boom ...  >>MORE

Merger of gas companies creates a giant conglomerate

Posted on 24/04/2001

Two of subsidiary gas companies of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, ADNOC, today merged to form a giant conglomerate for the production of onshore gas in the Abu Dhabi Emirate. In a statement issued here today, ADNOC said that the Abu Dhabi Gas Company, Atheer, and the Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Limited, GASCO, made a complete merger with GASCO taking control over the operations of Atheer with effect from 28 April 2001. Atheer was established in 1999 with 100% ownership by ADNOC. It took ...  >>MORE

Dolphin-Qatar gas pact not before September

Posted on 23/04/2001

Qatar and Dolphin Energy Ltd., DEL, are moving ahead on a landmark deal to channel Qatari gas to the UAE, but a final development and production sharing agreement, DPSA, may not be struck until September, industry sources said. Qatar and DEL, majority owned by the UAE's Offsets Group, UOG, in March signed a "commercial term sheet agreement” for the long awaited US3.5 billion project. UOG currently owns 51 per cent of DEL, with the remainder held equally by US Enron Corp and France's ...  >>MORE

UAE to confiscate tankers smuggling Iraqi oil

Posted on 22/04/2001

The UAE said tankers smuggling oil in the waters of the Arabian Gulf will be confiscated and severe penalties will be given to their owners. Speaking during a meeting of a Ministerial committee set up to follow up vessels busting the international embargo and smuggling oil across the Arabian Gulf, Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed al Nahyan, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, affirmed the keen desire of relevant authorities in the UAE to continue applying tough measures against vessels violating the ...  >>MORE

Takreer project moves forward

Posted on 16/04/2001

The 300,000 tonnes per annum lube base oil refinery project of Abu Dhabi Oil Refining Co, TAKREER has moved ahead, with an international project management consultant having been appointed. Contracts for the Front End Engineering Development, FEED, will be awarded next month. Four turbine generators, part of TAKREER's general utilities plant (GUP) expansion project have also been commissioned, and these will lead to interconnection with the Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority, ADWEA, ...  >>MORE

UAE succeeds to stop leaking oil from sunken tanker

Posted on 16/04/2001

Health Minister Hamad Abdul Rahman al Madfa said that local efforts succeeded in sealing off the leaking oil from the tanker that sank off the Jebel Ali Coast yesterday. Talking to the press, Madfa, who is also the Board Chairman of the Federal Environmental Agency, FEA, said that a specialised team consisting of UAE divers, Dubai Police and Dubai Petroleum Company succeeded to seal off the holes where the oil was leaking from the ship's hull. He added that the latest inspection had shown ...  >>MORE

UAE is keen to stabilise oil market: Sultan

Posted on 14/04/2001

The UAE is in favour of a constructive dialogue between oil producers and consumers in order to keep world oil markets stable and to secure free access to the strategic commodity as it is a lifeline for the global economy, said Sheikh Sultan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister. Sheikh Sultan warned major consumers against tactical overbidding in dealing with oil as a commercial commodity in world oil markets. Sheikh Sultan made his remarks at a meeting with Dr. R. Arani, Chief Executive ...  >>MORE

Unleaded fuel to be made compulsory

Posted on 04/04/2001

The Ministry of Finance and Industry said it will stop registering cars not equipped for unleaded petrol by December 31, 2006. Under Secretary Mohammed Ali bin Zayed said the ministry would initiate the campaign to raise the awareness on the issue. He added that cars using leaded petroleum should be out of the market by 2006 in line with the cabinet's decision, which had given grace period of five years starting from January 2002. (The Gulf Today) ...  >>MORE

DAS flares system revamp project under way

Posted on 01/04/2001

An ambitious engineering project currently under way on Das Island is expected to go a long way in enhancing a healthier environment on the island, according to a report in the latest issue of Adma Bulletin published by ADMA-OPCO. Called "Das Flares System Revamp,” the project should, when completed, reduce the quantities of hydrocarbon gas purge in the atmosphere, according to the report. "The project is in line with the company's HSE policy, with particular emphasis on safe and reliable ...  >>MORE

Dolphin agreement to be ratified in a few months

Posted on 31/03/2001

The Dolphin commercial term sheet signed by the UAE Offsets Group and Qatar Petroleum in mid-March will be ratified through a formal production sharing agreement, the next step on the joint gas initiative, Khaldoum Khalifa Al Mubarah, executive committee member at the Dolphin and projects manager, UOG, state last week. The document should be signed by the two partners within a couple of months, and constitutes the necessary legal framework to carry the ambitious project forward, he ...  >>MORE

UOG, QP sign term sheet for Dolphin gas project

Posted on 17/03/2001

Qatar Petroleum(QP),representing the government of the State of Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates Offsets Group (UOG),representing the government of the UAE, has signed a detailed commercial term sheet agreement for the Dolphin gas initative setting out their mutual understanding on commercial terms of a production sharing agreement(pda). The agreement signed in Doha by His Excellency Abdullah bin Hamad Al Attiyah Minister of Energy, Industry, Electricity & Water of the State of Qatar and ...  >>MORE

QATAR, UOG set ot sign MoU on Dolphin Project

Posted on 13/03/2001

Qatar and the UAE Offsets Group (UOG) are close to signing a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on the sale of natural gas from the offshore North Field for the Dolphin project, under which the gas will be piped under the sea to Abu Dhabi for delivery to the UAE, according to a report by the Cyprus based Middle East Economic Survey (MEES). The MEES reported published today said: "The hope is that the agreement will be ready for signing during the 4th Doha Conference on Natural Gas on 12-14 ...  >>MORE

TAKREER revamp under scrutiny

Posted on 11/03/2001

Takreer (Abu Dhabi oil refining company) is studying the possibility of revamping its hydrocracking complex in Ruwais refinery, according to a report in the latest issue of "Takreer news." Takreer has recently awarded a feasibility study to Universal Oil Products (UOP) to investigate the possibility of increasing the capacity of the hydrocracker. UOP is the process licensor of the hydrocracking technology, according to the report. The study is planned to be completed by the middle of this ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi inaugurates ZAKUM-DAS Island pipeline

Posted on 10/03/2001

The Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Co (ADMA-OPCO) has commissioned a 30-inch oil pipeline from Zakum field to Das Island, official sources said. The 92-kilometre pipeline, stretching from the Zakum West supercomplex's new riser platform to the Das Island receiver station, began operating on February 5 and will carry 310,000 barrels per day (bpd) of oil to the island where it will be processed, stored and transported. "It was a well-planned engineering package and the new pipeline will replace the ...  >>MORE

ADNOC announces establishment of Petroleum Institute

Posted on 03/03/2001

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has announced the establishment of the Petroleum Institute in Abu Dhabi. The institute has been established under the under the visionary leadership of President H.H. Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan and at the directions of H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces and Chairman of the Supreme Petroleum Council, according to a press release issued today by ADNOC. The Law No. 9 ...  >>MORE

Gas supply deal clears way for fertiliser project

Posted on 24/02/2001

The US$180 million fertiliser project of Spic Fertilisers and Chemicals FZE (SFC) in the Jebel Ali Free Zone is set for takeoff now that the Dubai government has made a long-term commitment to supply gas. The government has agreed to supply 40,000 million British thermal units (mmbtu) per day of natural gas for an initial 15 years. A gas supply and purchase agreement will be signed soon, a senior SFC official said yesterday. Commercial production at the Jebel Ali plant will begin in the last ...  >>MORE

UAE Seeks Shell, Exxon, ZADCO oil bid: MEES

Posted on 20/02/2001

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Co, ADNOC, has asked Royal Dutch/Shell and Exxon-Mobil to submit proposals to acquire significant equity in the Zakum Development Co, ZADCO, the Middle East Economic Survey, MEES, reported. A potential pact between ADNOC and BP Amoco and TotalFinaElf was put on hold at the end of last year after the failure of Abu Dhabi's Supreme Petroleum Council SPC, to approve the deal, the report said. The SPC has indicated that it wants to review proposals from all four ...  >>MORE

Drastic reduction in oilfield gasflaring

Posted on 18/02/2001

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, ADNOC, has succeeded in reducing gas flaring in oilfields from 254 million cubic feet per day in 1995 to 56 million cubic feet per day this year, with a reduction rate of 78 per cent which places ADNOC among the top ten international oil company implementing health, safety and environment standards. The Federal Environment Agency, FEA, issued a report on the efforts of the oil and natural gas section in the environmental protection. The report showed that ...  >>MORE

UAE seeks zero flaring policy: says Hamdan bin Zayed

Posted on 10/02/2001

The UAE has made dramatise reduction in flaring of gases from onshore and offshore oilfields as part of its commitment to conservation and protection of the environment, according Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs. 'In 1995, some 250 million cubic feet of gas a day were flared in Abu Dhabi. Today, we are down 56 million - a 78 per cent reduction in just five years and our objective is a zero flaring policy,' Sheikh Hamdan said in article entitled ' ...  >>MORE

Dolphin close to gas deal with Qatar

Posted on 07/02/2001

Qatar and Abu Dhabi are close to signing a multi-billion dollar deal to channel Qatari gas tot he UAE on a production sharing basis, officials said. Talk between Qatar and Dolphin Energy Lt, DEL – which the UAE Offsets Group, UOG owns 51 per cent while the rest is equally owned by US oil giant Enron Corp and France's TotalFinaElf – have made progress on all issues they said. The agreement entitles DEL to develop a tract of the giant North Field, assigned by Qatar, and produce up to two ...  >>MORE

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LNG accounts for 69pc of ADGAS income


High oil set to buoy UAE coffers: NBD


ADGAS LNG plant sets output record


Adoc boosts output by injecting gas


Qatar, Dolphin to ink final gas deal in October


Stern warning issued to illegal crude oil carriers


Accession Special Report – Feature on UAE Oil


UAE in favour of balanced demand and supply: Naseri says


High crude boosts UAE oil sector


Full supply of Abu Dhabi gas begins


Japan to further boost oil relations with UAE


UAE crude exports to Japan soar 66pc


ADNOC says oil prices stable


Austrian OMV gas group starts talks with Abu Dhabi


UAE is OPEC fund deputy chairman


The Petroleum Institute signs an agreement


ENRON formally pulls out of Dolphin gas venture


OGD project, final deal key to gas supply


Second phase of gas project to finish by next April


Gas supply to Dubai soon, largest liquid sulphur pipeline in offing


Takreer close to power deals


Oil prices push UAE economy up by 20.4 pc


Merger of gas companies creates a giant conglomerate


Dolphin-Qatar gas pact not before September


UAE to confiscate tankers smuggling Iraqi oil


Takreer project moves forward


UAE succeeds to stop leaking oil from sunken tanker


UAE is keen to stabilise oil market: Sultan


Unleaded fuel to be made compulsory


DAS flares system revamp project under way


Dolphin agreement to be ratified in a few months


UOG, QP sign term sheet for Dolphin gas project


QATAR, UOG set ot sign MoU on Dolphin Project


TAKREER revamp under scrutiny


Abu Dhabi inaugurates ZAKUM-DAS Island pipeline


ADNOC announces establishment of Petroleum Institute


Gas supply deal clears way for fertiliser project


UAE Seeks Shell, Exxon, ZADCO oil bid: MEES


Drastic reduction in oilfield gasflaring


UAE seeks zero flaring policy: says Hamdan bin Zayed


Dolphin close to gas deal with Qatar