Tagged With Abu Dhabi
Adnoc toasts its resilience
22 June 2020
Reforms in response to the last industry downturn have equipped Abu Dhabi’s oil heavyweight to cope with the current crisis
Adnoc steps off the gas
21 April 2020
Gas is currently the main casualty of Abu Dhabi’s more cautious approach. But that may be only in the short-term
Uncertainty clouds Jebel Ali gas optimism
18 February 2020
The discovery could have far-reaching ramifications for Emirati and regional gas markets, but there is a risk of jumping to premature conclusions
Abu Dhabi oil boost gathers momentum
4 February 2020
Projects aimed at delivering ambitious production growth are gathering pace
Gulf states eye enhanced future
26 July 2018
Oman is leading the way in Gulf EOR development, and its neighbours are fast realising its advantages
A slimmer, fitter Adnoc
12 March 2018
With an eye on new paths being followed by NOCs in the neighbourhood, Abu Dhabi is injecting new energy into the firm
Reflections on the Gulf
10 October 2017
Based on personal memories, Gerald Butt evokes the atmosphere in the Gulf at the dawn of the oil boom era
Adnoc hunting large discoveries to build output
23 August 2013
As Abu Dhabi renews decades-old contracts with IOCs, the state firm plans to build up its output capacity
Asian advance challenges IOCs in the Gulf
19 February 2013
Concession renewals in Abu Dhabi will test corporate appetites, as Middle Eastern governments hold out for more from their foreign partners
Occidental Petroleum steps in at tricky Shah sour-gas project
24 February 2011
THE US' Occidental Petroleum (Oxy) has stepped into compatriot ConocoPhillips's shoes at Abu Dhabi's $10bn Shah sour-gas development, eight months after the major walked away
Abu Dhabi takes on the CCS challenge
14 December 2010
Plans for combined CO2 capture and enhanced oil recovery could help relieve the UAE's gas-supply shortfall. But making CCS profitable could take a while
Abu Dhabi makes big low-carbon claims
1 September 2010
Renewable energy can deliver 7% of Abu Dhabi's electricity by 2020, the emirate claims. If the plan works, it could bring a shift in power generation across the region. Miles Lang reports
ConocoPhillips faces Shah gas decision
4 May 2010
The sponsors of Abu Dhabi's Shah sour-gas development face tough choices over the commercial basis of the deal, reports James Gavin
Feeling the winds of change
1 July 2005
Abu Dhabi's main energy-investment vehicle is forming relationships with international oil companies to explore in areas throughout the Middle East. These partnerships could have decisive implications for the region's oil and gas landscape. James Gavin reports