The United Arab Emirates' oil ministry is studying the country's system of fuel subsidies and a report will be submitted to the government soon, oil minister Suhail bin Mohammed al-Mazroui said on Monday.
Speaking at an in
Saudi King Salman appointed Saudi Aramco's chief executive as chairman of the state oil firm and health minister, in a reshuffle that is unlikely to change oil policy in the world's top crude exporter.
One of the most senior figures in occupational safety and health in Oman has received an award for his efforts to safeguard workers in the area.
Mohammed Bin Abdullah Bin Mohammed Al-Mahrouqi was awarded by the Institution of Occu
Arab foreign ministers meeting in Egypt agreed a draft resolution yesterday (March 26) to form a unified military force, in a move aimed at countering growing regional security threats.
Foreign Minister Shaikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al
Bahrain’s Foreign Minister Shaikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa has won the award for Best Arab Political Figure in Social Media.
He received the award from UAE Vice-President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai Shaikh Mohammed
Kuwaiti Water and Electricity Minister Abdulaziz al-Ibrahim has resigned, the state news agency Kuna said on Monday, more than a month after a widespread power cut hit the Gulf state.
The Minister of Cabinet Affairs, Mohammed Al A
Egypt replaced its interior minister with a retired general who has experience combating religious extremism as the country fights radical Islamist militants seeking to topple the Cairo government.
Egypt has been grappling with ri
Kuwaiti oil minister Ali al-Omair said on Wednesday oil prices had fallen to unexpected levels, state news agency Kuna reported, with crude continuing a rout that extended to a nearly six-year low this week.
Global oil prices tumb
Gulf and Asian labour ministers have agreed on a series of initiatives aimed at boosting protection and improving conditions of employment for millions of foreign workers in the Gulf, officials said.
The deal followed two days of
Opec is unlikely to cut oil production in an effort to prop up prices because such a move would not necessarily be effective, Kuwait's oil minister Ali Al Omair was quoted as saying by state news agency Kuna.