Oil & Energy
March 4, 2013
Emirates General Petroleum Corporation "Emarat” has successfully completed its participation at Gulfood 2013, which was held at Dubai International Exhibitions and Conferences Center recently.
March 3, 2013
Libya has suspended gas exports to Italy following a series of clashes between local tribesmen and security forces.
The Middle East will continue to play a “pivotal role” in supplying global markets with oil, even if the United States becomes self-sufficient in oil and gas production, as projected within a few years, U.S. think-tank the Atlantic Council said in a report.
An Iranian-Pakistani consortium will start work next week on a much delayed $7.5 billion gas pipeline from Pakistan to Iran that has aroused strong US opposition, Pakistani officials said on Friday.
February 28, 2013
Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) has rolled out its ‘Ajyaal’ and ‘Mawaheb’ programmes for UAE nationals.
Emarat", honored one Supervisor and two employees, who were named “Supervisor and Star of the Year 2012” in presence of Mr. Abdulraoof Abdulaziz, Manager, Dealer Sales Operations.
February 27, 2013
Despite mounting US pressure, Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari has reportedly decided to travel to Tehran this week to finalise a multibillion dollar gas pipeline deal.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority is taking part in the Global Risk Awards 2013 ceremony in London, UK.
Lebanon's Energy Ministry signed Tuesday a $348 million contract with a Danish-German consortium to build new power plants.
Emarat has signed an agreement with one of the most prestigious investors in the Sultanate of Oman, granting said investor franchise of three trademarks to be operating in Muscat.
Fuel prices in Jordan are set to increase on Thursday three months after the last increase that saw widespread rioting across the county.
February 26, 2013
Oil tankers loaded with fuel from Lebanese refineries are heading to Syria by sea, after protesters barred the way by land earlier this month.
February 25, 2013
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority has signed a contract for a new 132 kV electricity cable network for the Gardens and Dubai Investment Park area.
A newly publish report claims that Saudi Arabia is spending more on renewable energy as the Kingdom tries to cut down on the oil it burns in power stations, but is the House of Saud really about to fall for solar?
The Austrian oil and gas company OMV, which is part-owned by Abu Dhabi, posted a 25 per cent jump in revenues after reviving production in Libya that had been wiped out during the 2011 uprising that ousted the Gaddafi regime from power.