Oil & Energy
March 14, 2012
Oil strike will demand to hike the surcharge for the transfer of gasoline and oil-related material to compensate for the increase in fuel prices over the past few weeks.
The Council of Ministers issued a decision to suspend new electricity tariffs announced in late January that would have raised rates by an average of 9 per cent through May 1.
March 13, 2012
GE is highlighting its innovative portfolio of energy and water technology and service solutions for government and private sector customers at the 2012 WETEX conference.
March 12, 2012
Emirates National Oil Company inaugurated its advanced lubricants and grease manufacturing plant in the Fujairah Port, one of the world’s top three ports in bunker fuel supplies and marine vessels transit.
Emirates General Petroleum Corporation "Emarat" is sponsoring the Sharjah Police General Directorate’s safety campaign under the title "Don't Make Your Car a Sitting Duck for Thieves".
The Energy and Water Ministry will issue tenders in May for a $1.2-billion project to produce 700 additional megawatts of electricity.
March 11, 2012
The Kuwait Engineering competition was concluded for the second year at an awards ceremony..
Emirates General Petroleum Corporation "Emarat" organized a blood donation campaign among its employees in aid of Thalassemia patients.
Standard & Poor’s estimated that oil importers in the Middle East, especially Lebanon and Jordan, are ill-prepared for a further rise in global oil prices.
The nation’s pioneering fuel and lubricants marketing company has launched a Health, Safety, Security and Environmental awards scheme to promote the advancement of safety benchmarks.
Masdar announced that it will be part of the United Arab Emirates delegation participating inthe 6th annual World Water Forumin Marseille, France,from 12-17 March.
GE Lighting will showcase the latest trends in roadway lighting that are aimed at improving visual conditions, enhancing safety and reducing energy use.
March 8, 2012
“This MOU represents Lebanon welcoming the idea of an understanding with Iran, which expressed its willingness to pay $450 million to help Lebanon in the electricity sector,” Bassil said.
Jordan is accelerating efforts to secure liquid gas from the Arab Gulf states in light of a Sinai blast earlier this week that cut the Kingdom’s main energy source for the 13th time in little over a year.
The Retail Sales Department at Emirates General Petroleum Corporation "Emarat" recently organized a cricket championship for the employees at its service stations.