Oil & Energy
January 10, 2013
Turkey wants a stronger energy relationship with the Libyan government, the visiting Turkish energy minister said during talks in Tripoli.
Lebanon is sinking into darkness, warned Electricite Du Liban Wednesday, reporting scores of additional failures across the country as ongoing strikes delayed repairs.
The Project Stream at the International Water Summit offers a major opportunity for project developers, investors and solution providers to connect and accelerate the building of sustainable water solutions.
The caretaker Cabinet in Jordan has decided to leave any changes in electricity rates to the next government, energy officials said, warning that a combination of price hikes and power cuts are likely in order to avert a deeper energy crisis.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) honoured 25 technical employees in the Special Act category, and six employees within Customer Service category.
Iran will construct its first natural gas refinery which is costed at 1.6 billion U.S. dollars, Tehran Times daily reported Wednesday.
January 9, 2013
A strike in Lebanon by Electricite du Liban’s workers has further exacerbated the electricity crisis in the country as repairs on aging power plants came to a halt Tuesday.
Bahrain Petroleum (Bapco) refinery's crude run last year exceeded its annual business plan by 1.83 million barrels a year, having achieved a 262,400 barrels per day production record.
Iraqi oil exports fell from a post-1990 record in November to around 2.3 million barrels per day for December, government records indicate.
Gasoline prices in Lebanon continued to creep up, the sixth week of consecutive growth, weekly figures show.
January 8, 2013
Algeria will export gas to Turkey for another ten years, El Moudjahid has reported.
The Electricite du Liban employees union in Lebanon threatened that company workers will hold an open-ended strike starting next week, a statement by the union said Tuesday.
Iran's oil revenues have dropped by 45 percent in the last nine months in the wake sanctions imposed by the West, a top official in the country has said.
Emarat retail’s management has always been giving priority to training programs for its front-line staff, believing that the nature of their work requires direct and constant contact with customers.
Oman is banking on oil prices staying high this year to fund heavy spending on job creation and social welfare, according to plans released.