March 20, 2001
An agreement was signed in Doha, Qatar, to export 2 Bcf/d of Qatar natural gas to the United Arab Emirates and Oman beginning in 2005 as part of the Dolphin project.
Qatar will start exploration of the Fasht al-Dibel natural gas fields, following the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruling granting it sovereignty over the islands instead of Bahrein, Qatar's en
The ink is not yet dry on the judges ruling, and Bahrain has already inviting has invited international oil companies to drill for oil in the Hawar islands.
The Doha conference provided a springboard for Qatar’s natural gas industry to launch itself in two fresh directions: as the future supplier for the first planned intra-Gulf gas pipeline network (Dolp
March 19, 2001
Saudi Interior Minister Prince Nayef bin Abdul Aziz announced Sunday that Saudi Arabia was about to sign an agreement on its border with Qatar, a topi
Bahrain's emir Sheikh Hamad al-Khalifa will visit Qatar on Tuesday, just four days after the neighboring Gulf states settled a 60-year-old territorial
March 18, 2001
Qatar’s General Electricity & Water Corporation launched Saturday a website on the Internet, offering a host of services and information to the consum
Gulf states of Qatar and Oman are set to expand cooperation in the fields of telecommunications and postal services.
March 17, 2001
Both Gulf states of Bahrain and Qatar declared victory Friday after the world court divided up the spoils in a long-standing territorial dispute over
March 16, 2001
UNESCO’s Doha office has called for urgent action towards the development of an 'oil spill combat plan' for the Gulf.
By Nigel Thorpe Senior English Editor Albawaba.com -- Amman The final judgement in the case of Qatar versus Bahrain, the
March 15, 2001
The International Court of Justice (ICJ) on Friday attributed the Zubara strip to Qatar and the Hawar islands to Bahrain in its ruling on a territoria
Qatar and the U.A.E. signed on March 14th a long-awaited deal worth $3.5 billion to transport Qatari natural gas to Abu Dhabi and Dubai.
March 14, 2001
Qatar and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) signed in Doha on Wednesday an agreement worth 3.5 billion US dollars for carrying Qatari gas to the UAE.
The growth in demand for the clean fuel – natural gas in the Middle East is projected to increase 3.3 percent annually.