Oil & Energy
May 6, 2012
Iraq aims to double power provision in a year in a bid to bridge a shortage that remains a key frustration for ordinary Iraqis.
The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company & its Group of Companies concluded their successful participation in the Offshore Technology Conference.
May 3, 2012
The green initiatives adopted by ADNOC & its Group of Companies are prominently showcased at the Offshore Technology Conference and Exhibition OTC 2012 which is currently taking place in Houston, Texas, USA.
A UAE National, won a Ford Explorer 2012, being the grand prize of the promotional campaign launched by Emirates General Petroleum Corporation Emarat under the slogan Shop & Drive a Ford Explorer 2012.
May 2, 2012
Gasoline prices fell by LL700 Wednesday, marking the first sharp decline in months after the price of the fuel reached LL40,000 in late April.
The Dubai Mercantile Exchange, the leading energy futures exchange in the Middle East, announced today that its Membership Committee has approved the application of Marex North America.
A tournament under the title of “Test Your Knowledge” was organized by the Retail Sales Department at Emirates General Petroleum Corporation “Emarat”.
May 1, 2012
The Jordanian Atomic Energy Commission said it was considering two offers to build a nuclear reactor in the kingdom.
A high level delegation from ADNOC and its Group of Companies led by Mr. Saif Al Ghafli, Chief Executive Officer, Al Hosn Gas, attended the opening of the OTC 2012.
Abu Dhabi National Oil Company has contributed AED1 million for the second consecutive year in support of the Young Future Energy Leaders YFEL program.
The General Labor Confederation is setting the stage for the general strike set for May 3 to press the government to subsidize the price of gasoline.
Emirates General Petroleum Corporation "Emarat" has launched a unique promotional campaign that offers its customers Etisalat Wasel Sim Card and up to 160-minute free talk time.
April 30, 2012
Dubai has spent billions to ensure that its motorists can fill their tanks cheaply, official documents show.
The recent change of Jordanian government will delay a previously planned rise in electricity rates with the incoming premier expected to review the new tariff.
April 29, 2012
Egyptian gas supplies are set to resume next month stressing that Cairo’s recent decision to annul its gas agreement with Israel will not affect the Kingdom’s main energy source.