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Issue 841 - 21 November 2008

The big gas ‘troika’

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It remains to be seen if anything concrete will emerge out of mid-November talks between Iran, Qatar and Russia about developing the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) as an organisation to co-ordinate gas projects and pricing world-wide, and to develop schemes between the three country ‘troika’.

Iran | Qatar
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Iran has ambitious plans for developing its huge gas reserves, including exporting gas to GCC member states and Europe and a $4bn Pars pipeline, but bureaucracy and US sanctions remain significant challenges.

Iran
Issue 841 - 21 November 2008

DEALS: Bapco, Sitra, South Pars, Petrofac

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Bahrain-Saudi Arabia pipeline shows relations are good. Bahrain Petroleum Company (Bapco) is planning a $2bn expansion of its Sitra refinery. Iran has signed a MoU with Turkey for the development of two phases of its South Pars gas field. International services company Petrofac has been awarded a KD147m ($543m) lump-sum contract by Kuwait Oil Company for a new gas pipeline.

Iran | Saudi Arabia | Bahrain
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Addax Dubai office to tap Middle East market. Crescent Petroleum/Dana Gas launch ‘City’ projects.

United Arab Emirates (UAE)
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Adnoc signs E&P agreement with Shell; Bahrain invites IOCs for deep onshore gas exploration and signs a memorandum of understanding with Iran for gas supply. Iran state company offers 14 fields for development

Iran | United Arab Emirates (UAE) | Bahrain
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The government’s alternative energy arm is teaming up with foreign players to lead the way in sustainable development. With Abu Dhabi’s enormous petrodollar wealth and its enthusiasm for renewable energy, its strategy to partner with foreign companies who can offer technical expertise looks set to create powerful partnerships that will bring

United Arab Emirates (UAE)
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Total has signed an agreement with Korea National Oil Corporation (KNOC) to take a 31% stake in onshore exploration Block 70 in Yemen’s Shabwa governorate. Bahrain-based Energy Alliance Company, which has an interesting set of Saudi and other Arab investors, has become involved in Eritrea.

Bahrain | Yemen
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Maysan province provides a pointer to the evolution of politics and security under Prime Minister Nouri Al-Maliki, in the Bush administration’s last months, where huge resources are needed to assist the traumatised, impoverished population in arguably Iraq’s most under-developed and wildest province.

Iraq
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Saudi player enters Moroccan oil shale play, Gas production, Board restructuring

Saudi Arabia
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Iran exports gas to Armenia; Oman faces up to energy shortages; Saudi Arabia becomes US’ second largest oil supplier

Iran | Saudi Arabia | Oman
Issue 838 - 11 October 2008

Cosmo Oil and Taqa deals

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Cosmo buys into Block 11, Taqa acquires North Sea acreage, green plans

United Arab Emirates (UAE) | Qatar
Issue 837 - 27 September 2008

Iranian gas plans

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Sharjah deal ‘not in Iran’s interest’; Oman deal could be reached by year-end; Iran ‘plans $4bn gas pipeline to Europe’

Iran | Oman | United Arab Emirates (UAE)
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Abu Dhabi’s oil and gas investment arm is talking tough as it seeks to exponentially increase its already substantial portfolio with acquisitions at home and abroad. International Petroleum Investment Company is showing itself to be a tough negotiator in its talks with Spain’s Banco Santander

United Arab Emirates (UAE)
Issue 836 - 16 September 2008

Rawabi secures EPC contractor

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Rawabi Holding Company has signed memorandum of understanding with Swiber Holdings, a ‘niche’ services provider to the offshore oil and gas industry with offices in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. Swiber says it is an “integrated offshore engineering, procurement, construction, installation

Issue 836 - 16 September 2008

COMPANY WATCH

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Gulf Finance House’s latest initiative to establish a bank that caters specifically to the energy sector could create some attractive investment opportunities, adding another powerful instrument to Bahraini mover and shaker Esam Janahi’s ever growing portfolio.

United Arab Emirates (UAE)