EIA says lack of enough infrastructure means one-fifth of state's natural gas production is flared rather than marketed.
Project commissioned by Oman Gas Company, expected to last 16 months.
Larry Irving, vice president of oil and gas industry for Emerson Process Management tells Pipeline why he thinks a new industry will take shape around the Middle East's push for natural gas.
UAE independent gas firm Dana Gas has announced that its Egyptian Bahrain Gas Derivatives Company (EBGDCo) Natural Gas Liquids (NGL) extraction plant at Ras Shukheir, Egypt has processed a combined 12,340 metric tonnes of Propane (10,500) and Butane (1,84......
Saudi Aramco inks deals on three separate construction packages with two going to Tecnicas Reunidas and one to Petrofac International.
The temporary pipeline will be up and running in around 10 days time, providing crucial gas supply to both Hong Kong and Shenzhen.
RasGas boss says current low gas prices will force more collaboration among producers and sellers and as new LNG producers enter market.
Agreement to jointly study how to efficiently remove sulfur components and CO2 during production and transportation of gas.
Aramco president and CEO Amin H. Nasser presided over a signing ceremony of the Fadhili gas project, marking a new milestone in the company’s drive to expand gas production and supply to meet growing domestic demand for energy.
ADNOC's Director of its Gas Directorate and Chairman of ADIPEC discusses youth engagement and female empowerment in energy.
India’s industrial expansion has seen it emerge as the world’s fourth-largest economy globally but sustaining this requires ever-increasing oil and gas reserves, reports Glenn Freeman
The Sharjah based firm reported increased net profits of US$144 million, up by 15 per cent from 2014’s figure of $125 million, despite challenging market conditions.
Will the shale gas industry be a shot in the arm for the US economy that many have hoped for, asks London based foreign policy and energy analyst Patricia L. Schouker
Of all the GCC states, every year, major OPEC exporter Kuwait seems to struggle acutely with finding enough gas to increase oil production AND power its growing economy.
A clash of cultures is inevitable now that burgeoning oil and gas facilities require their own power generation capabilities believes industry expert, Peter Meek.