IEA calls for sustainable energy future for MENA
Just weeks after the end of the UN conference on climate change in Doha, the International Energy Agencys (IEA) head has said that the rapidly growing economies of the Middle East and North Africa are going through an opportune time to capitalise on renew......
Thailand gears up to be the energy hub for Asia
Areepong Bhoocha-Oom, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Energy of Thailand launched today the ‘Future Energy Asia Exhibition & Conference’ as a major initiative towards securing the path to Thailand’s energy future.
UAE leads the GCC in oilfield efficiency
The UAE leads the MENA region as it looks to improve energy efficiency while diversifying their economies and energy mixes through an increased use of solar and nuclear power, according to the new Trilemma Index ranking issued at the World Energy Congress......
Weathering energy’s changing dynamics (1)
Pipeline discusses the underlying current of change in the global hydrocarbons industry with Edward Daniels, executive vice president – Commercial and New Business Development at Shell Upstream International.
Egypt - a mirage for energy investment?
Egypt, the most populous Arab country is experiencing incredible pressure on its energy resources. We discusses what opportunities lie ahead for investors in the country’s energy sector
Kuwait Energy wins Basra field contract
A Kuwait Energy-led consortium and the Iraqi Ministry of Oil have signed the final service contract for the exploration, development and production of Basras block 9.
Industry expert predicts LNG will remain key energy source
Japan imported 8.3 million tonnes of LNG in January, an increase of 1.06 million tonnes compared to the previous year. The data, released by the Japanese Ministry of Finance, also reveals that the amount the country pays for LNG imports had increased by 6......