Iran, which has the largest natural gas reserves in the world, could potentially export 25 billion to 30 billion cu m (bcm) of natural gas to 12 European nations, a report said.
“Iran is seeking a way to export gas to Europe
Oman Oil Company Exploration and Production (OOCEP) recently opened a $1.3 billion gas field and a state-of-the-art processing plant in Abu Butabul, a report said.
The plant has a capacity for commercial export of 27 million cu ft
Gas Arabia, a leading regional energy summit, will explore how technology transfer between IOC’s and NOC’s can progress the development of untapped gas resources when it opens in Dubai tomorrow (January 13).
The 10th e
Bahrain-based Banagas, a leading natural gas company, has commissioned its ninth compressor station (CS9).
Built at a cost of $42.4 million, the new station was commissioned by Energy Minister Dr Abdul-Hussain Bin Ali Mirza,
Kuwait has commissioned a new natural gas plant that will raise its production capacity to more than two billion cubic feet a day, officials said.
The new liquefied petroleum gas (LNG) plant will be capable of processing 805 milli
Sudan plans to create opportunities for foreign investment in the extraction of natural gas as well as to import gas, both aimed at fuelling power generation and industry, President Omar Al Bashir said.
The UAE-based Dana Gas said it was in talks with the Egyptian government to secure a higher price for some of the natural gas it extracts, as the North African country moves to encourage investment in energy.
Saudi Arabia, the world's top oil exporter, will double its natural gas output by 2030 but plans to keep all of it at home to fuel domestic growth, the country's oil minister said on Wednesday.
"Within the next decade
Dana Gas, a leading regional natural gas company, has posted revenues of $541 million during the first nine months of the year period as against $466 million in 2013, marking a 16 per cent increase.
Net profit in the nine mo
Egypt has signed a $500-million loan with the World Bank to provide natural gas to Egyptian households, the government said in a statement on Thursday.
The loan will help fund a Petroleum Ministry plan to connect 850,000 Egyptians