Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (Taqa), an international energy and water company, aims to reduce general and administrative costs by more than $20 million in 2014 with a reorganisation at its headquarters.
“The corporate centre has grown over recent years to enable us to
Total has signed an exploration and production sharing agreement (PSA) for a deepwater block offshore Oman, the French company said in a statement on Thursday.
Block 41, which lies off the Omani coast northwest of the capital Muscat, covers almost 24,000 sq km of seabed at depths
Egypt is still in talks with foreign energy companies to change the amount the government pays them for natural gas produced in the country and there is no timeline for when negotiations will finish, an oil ministry spokesman said.
Officials have said they hope revised prices wil
Exxon Mobil has offered gasoil cargoes through a rare term tender from its joint-venture refinery in Saudi Arabia, in a further sign that the country is becoming more self-sufficient in meeting its gasoil needs.
Gasoil from the Saudi Aramco Mobil Refinery Company (Samref) refiner
More than 40 Chinese companies have signed up for the 2014 World Future Energy Summit to be hosted by Masdar in Abu Dhabi next year.
The summit will take place from January 20 to 22 in Abu Dhabi, as part of the Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week. It will be co-located with the second
An increase in new oil refining capacity and a rise in production of fuel not processed at refineries will lead to more plant closures in 2014, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said in its latest monthly report.
Crude distillation capacity will increase by a net 1.1 million
Libya's oil security force expects an eastern autonomy movement to reopen seized export ports this weekend as promised, the force's commander said on Wednesday.
On Tuesday, leaders of a tribal autonomy movement blocking three ports that had exported around 600,000 barrels
Saudi Arabia is currently overseeing the largest electrical supply expansion plan in the Middle East, with plans to increase generating capacity from 55 GW to 120 GW by 2020, said the organisers of an upcoming energy event in Riyadh.
Riyadh Exhibitions Company (REC) has partnered
The world's largest gas reserves may tempt some energy companies back to Iran if sanctions are lifted, but Tehran is unlikely to become a significant gas supplier to Europe or Asia for at least a decade, said experts.
European companies with the technology to fully exploit Ir
Pakistan announced on Tuesday it had agreed with Iran to speed implementation of a much-delayed gas pipeline project designed to link Iran's giant South Pars gas field with consumers in South Asia.
The United States opposes the $7.5-billion project because it could violate sa