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Iran is OPEC’s second largest crude producer. Current production of crude is 4.2 million b/d of which 2.4 million b/d is exported.
Iran’s oil minister Kazem-Vazeri Hamaneh has said that the dispute of the does not …Read full article » Iran: Saturday, February 11 - 2006 @ 11:02
Occidental Petroleum’s earnings have been boosted four per cent by its revived Libyan oil production. The company’s holdings in Libya include three producing areas and interests in 13 exploration blocks and involve a total area …Read full article » : Saturday, February 11 - 2006 @ 11:00
Current Syrian oil production, which provides two thirds of export receipts, is thought to be around 450,000 b/d down from a peak of 600,000 in the late 1990s and 530,000 only two years ago. Petroleum …Read full article » Syria: Saturday, February 11 - 2006 @ 10:59
As a result, the Kingdom now has the third largest proven gas reserves in the Middle East and the fourth largest in global terms after Russia, Iran and Qatar.
Saudi Arabia is also the largest …Read full article » Saudi Arabia: Sunday, January 08 - 2006 @ 09:22
The same states will occupy a pivotal position in the global gas market of the future. And for many hydrocarbon producers in the Middle East natural gas is likely to become as important to their …Read full article » Oman: Tuesday, January 03 - 2006 @ 14:14
The two companies will build two LNG processing trains – units where gas is liquefied – with a capacity of 7.8 million tonnes a year each for the Qatargas-3 and Qatargas-4 projects in Ras Laffan …Read full article » Qatar: Monday, January 02 - 2006 @ 15:28
Abu Dhabi is playing a substantial role in this strategic agenda by leading the biggest ever cross-border hydrocarbon programme in the region’s history. Up to recently Gulf gas production has accounted for about10 per cent …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Monday, January 02 - 2006 @ 15:25