Oman will charge state-owned Oman Oil Refineries and Petroleum Industries Co (Orpic) $5 per million British thermal units (MBTU) of gas at the Liwa plastics complex, instead of the standard $3, the undersecretary of oil and gas said on Thursda
Google, the world's most popular Internet search engine, has been given an extra two weeks to counter European Union (EU) charges of abusing its market power in a dozen EU countries and stave off a possible billion-euro fine.
Chargemaster, a UK-based supplier and operator of electric vehicle charging points, has acquired GB Electrical, a specialist national contractor that has expanded into the installation of charging points across the country over the past two year
Dubai-based Islamic mortgage lender Amlak Finance recorded a 77 per cent plunge in first-quarter profit because of amortisation charges, the company reported on Thursday.
Amlak, which has said previously that it aims to resume tra
Beleaguered oil producer Afren said it had secured $255 million from its bondholders and was in talks for a wider recapitalisation plan to be completed by the end of July.
Afren took nearly $2 billion in impairment charges and wri
Bahrain’s telecom watchdog has launched an investigation into 'unfair' data roaming charges levied by mobile phone operators, after some customers racked up bills totalling thousands of dinars while overseas.
A top government official in Bahrain arrested in connection with corruption had allegedly pocketed BD12,000 ($31,633.9) for dropping human trafficking charges against a restaurant.
The Bahraini, who was the director of inspections
Najaf is far from Baghdad's palaces and the battlefields of northern Iraq. Its mud-brick houses, dirt alleys and concrete office blocks project little in the way of strength or sway. But it is here, where Iraq's most influential clerics
The Philippines has denied it was spying on Qatar, after three Filipinos were convicted of espionage.
One man was sentenced to death and two to life in jail after they were found guilty of leaking informa
A call has gone out to banks in Bahrain to maintain low interest rates and support the economy, following an announcement by His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa last week.