Aramco announced the death of two workers in a tweet last week
Move comes as an effort to target new consumers and meet growing demand for gas in the Northern Emirates
The engineering firm wiill supply deck machinery to six AHTS vessels
The compnay will carry out materials testing on fresh and hardened concrete, along with soil classification and compaction tests
Iran plans to increase its crude oil production to 4mn bpd by 2019 and 4.28mn bpd by 2020, while boosting condensate output to 1mn bpd by as early as 2018
Oil & Gas Middle East delves beneath the corporate strategy to understand what really makes the industry's leaders tick
Abu Dhabi National Tanker Co, Petroleum Services Co and Abu Dhabi Petroleum Ports Operating Co will be consolidated into one, according to media reports
In an exclusive interview, Bernard J Duroc-Danner, the chairman, CEO and president of Weatherford International, talks about the company’s operations and expansion plans in the Middle East
Dependence on the single-buyer model, where a state-owned entity is the only wholesale purchaser from power-generating companies, is rising
Block 30 (Hafar), Block 31 (Suneinah North), Block 49 (Montasar) and Block 52, has attracted hundreds of queries from prospective investors from over a dozen countries
Emir Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah issued an emergency government decree on Sunday afternoon dissolving the parliament, although the date for fresh elections hasn't been set yet
“Qatar places great value on its relationship with its clients in Japan, and we will work towards better and stronger relations,” chairman says.
Sultanate exported a total of 24.95mn barrels (831,743 bpd) in September, showing a 0.15% increase from August
Qatari marine services company Nakilat has announced a net profit of QAR757mn ($207.89mn) in Q3 2016, compared to QAR749mn ($205.69mn) for the same period last year.
The Faihaa-2 well in the Block 9 concession of Iraq's Basra governorate, which was dug up in early January and carried testing production in September, has reportedly stabilised at a rate of 5,600 barrels per day.