Oil & Energy
January 7, 2013
Yemen's Supreme Committee on Crude Oil Marketing sealed Sunday the crude oil sales of March 2013, estimated to be 4.1 million barrels.
As a polar air mass is expected to hit Jordan on Monday, bringing near-zero temperatures and possibly snow, demand for heating fuel increased sharply over the past two days,
January 6, 2013
A high level delegation from Dubai Supreme Council of Energy and Dubai Electricity and Water Authority will attend The 4th General Conference of Arab Union of Electricity in Doha.
Emirates Gas, EMGAS, a subsidiary of Emirates National Oil Company, ENOC, concluded its ‘Safe Cylinder, Safe House’ public safety awareness campaign at a ceremony today.
The presidents of Sudan and South Sudan agreed on Saturday to set up a demilitarized zone along their disputed border and allow oil exports to flow from South Sudan’s oil fields north through Sudan’s pipelines.
Jordan’s Egyptian gas supplies have returned to “normal levels”, according to energy officials, after nearly two years of reduced supply due to political and technical setbacks
January 3, 2013
ENOC Lubricants launched new strategies to fuel its growth, in line with its ‘Energy to Drive Ahead’ plan, at its 5th Annual Business Meeting held recently in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority has awarded a contract for a project to supply, implement and extend a 450 mm-diameter water transmission network by 416 km in several areas of Dubai.
January 2, 2013
ENOC and EPPCO, Strategic Partners of the Dubai Events and Promotions Establishment (DEPE), will take part in the Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF) 2013.
The weekly price update of gasoline prices in Lebanon showed an increase for the fifth week in a row Wednesday.
Kuwait Aromatics Company (KARO) has named the members of its new board of directors.
Under the slogan "Spend & Win", Emarat launched a new promotional campaign aiming to enhance winning opportunities for the customers at its service stations in Dubai and the Northern Emirates.
December 31, 2012
China’s crude oil imports from Iran fell 31 per cent in November from a year earlier and were down 6.3 per cent on the month, data showed, with traders citing delivery delays by Iranian tankers because of tough Western sanctions.
South Korea’s imports of crude oil from Iran dropped 39 per cent from a year ago in the first eleven months of the year after sanctions squeezed shipments, data from state-run Korea National Oil Corp showed.
Iraq will not pay oil companies operating in Kurdistan because the autonomous region has failed to export the volume of crude it pledged, a spokesman for Hussain Al Shahristani, Iraq’s deputy prime minister for energy, said.