MEOG - Middle East Oil & Gas

25 January 2024

Qatari LNG deliveries to Europe delayed by Red Sea conflict

24 January 2024

Qatar’s LNG deliveries to customers in Europe will be delayed as the Gulf country reschedules shipments and routes amid the crisis in the Red Sea.

India close to inking landmark deal with Qatar for affordable LNG

24 January 2024

In what is being seen as a major development for the global LNG market, QatarEnergy is poised to finalise a landmark long-term LNG supply agreement with India

Iran might become crude importer within a decade, study shows

24 January 2024

Iran might become a crude importer in less than ten years due to growing domestic consumption and a possible decline in production, government research has found.

TAQA cashes out of Atrush amid slow Iraqi pipeline progress

24 January 2024

The Emirati firm had previously expressed plans to retain certain oil and gas assets, but its divestment programme has resumed.

India in talks with Iran to resume oil imports amid Houthi attacks

23 January 2024

India is considering the reinstatement of crude oil shipments from Iran amid attacks by Yemen’s Houthis on maritime trade in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden.

Abu Dhabi National Energy Company sells stake in Iraq's Atrush field

22 January 2024

Abu Dhabi National Energy Company, known as TAQA and owned by the government of Abu Dhabi, is preparing to sell its stake in the Atrush oil field in Iraqi Kurdistan

Iran could only meet one-third of gas demand by 2041, study finds

22 January 2024

A government study has sounded the alarm over an unfolding energy crisis in Iran, saying the country will only be able to fulfill a third of its gas demand by 2041.

Iran’s nine-month oil income makes up 12% of OPEC total revenues, IEA data shows

22 January 2024

Iran raked in $33.9bn in oil revenues during the first nine months, accounting for a 12% slice of OPEC's overall earnings during that period, according to data from the International Energy Agency (IEA).