Enbridge Inc, Canada’s largest pipeline company, has announced that it will construct a US$1.3 billion extension to its Woodland crude pipeline in northern Alberta.
Anglo-Dutch company cites market uncertainties and infrastructure costs to bring crude to market.
Emran Hussain speaks exclusively with Alexander Dodds, MOL’s executive vice president for exploration and production on the company’s greater regional aspirations and why all bets are off on predicting what the new normal is for oil prices
Revenues for Abu Dhabi National Energy Company, TAQA, were down 6 per cent in Q1 2013, driven mainly by lower production in the UK North Sea, according to its latest quarterly results announcement.
Investigations shift to analysis phase.
Cormorant Alpha platform production resumption woes continue to hamper second quarter results.
Canada’s Redline Communications has been awarded a multi-million dollar managed services contract by a major Middle East oil and gas client to expand their oilfield network.
Canada-based Petra Petroleum has signed a letter of intent with an operating company in the UAE to acquire a large participating stake in an onshore exploration concession in the UAE.
Michael T. McGuinty takes over role from Steven Phillips who retires at end of the year.
Contract awarded by Hyundai Engineering and Construction is company's first Trent 60 gas turbine sale to Korean EPC firm.
Demir Dagh 2 well in Hawler License Area declared commercially viable less than year after discovery.
Oil firms sound cautionary note by making partial withdrawal of non-essential staff from region as Kurdish oil ministry tries to calm their nerves.
Operational Excellence Middle East event to address learnings for regional players from international counterparts.
Front-End Engineering and Design job to aid BAPCO refinery's goal of upgrading refining 360,000 bpd from current 267,000 bpd.
Event expected to see key agreements signed by ADNOC at four-day event in Abu Dhabi.