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Russia’s entry into the ranks of countries sanctioned by the US appears to be damaging ties with Venezuela – and giving Venezuela reasons to expand its existing co-operation with Iran.
Morteza Behruzifar, a researcher at Iran’s Institute for International Energy Studies (IIES), has said he does not expect the signing of a natural gas swap agreement between Tehran and Moscow to bear much fruit.
Iraq’s Oil Ministry announced on September 25 that the Karbala refinery had begun receiving feedstock in preparation for trial production.
Germany’s RWE revealed on September 25 that it had signed documents with Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. (ADNOC) of the UAE on LNG supplies.
Turkish-Dutch Yildirim to acquire stake of Austria’s Borealis in Belgium-based fertilizer producer Rosier
QatarEnergy has named TotalEnergies (France) as its first foreign partner in the North Field South (NFS) expansion project, which aims to lift Qatar’s LNG exports by 16mn tonnes per year.
UAE-based ARIA Commodities will invest AED154mn ($41.93mn) in the construction of four new downstream and petrochemical facilities in the Hamriyah Free Zone (HFZA) in Sharjah.
SONARA, Cameroon’s state-owned oil refining firm, signed an agreement with the Dutch commodities trader Vitol that will settle $279mn worth of outstanding debts on September 23.
OQ, the state energy investment company of Oman, has reportedly chosen US-based Bank of America and a local lender, Bank Muscat, to provide assistance with the upcoming listing of its natural gas pipeline unit.
Germany’s Economic Affairs and Climate Action Minister Robert Habeck said on September 19 that Chancellor Olaf Scholz was set to sign contracts for LNG supplies during an upcoming trip to the UAE.
Mohammed Ali Hosseini, the Iranian ambassador to Pakistan, says Tehran is prepared to complete a natural gas pipeline to neighbouring Pakistan as part of a wider effort to expand ties in the energy sector.
A representative of Uganda National Oil Co. (UNOC) has said that the East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) consortium expects to wrap up arrangements for funding its $4bn project by the end of November.
UAE-based ARIA Commodities has announced plans to invest AED154mn ($41.93mn) in the construction of four new downstream and petrochemical facilities in the Hamriyah Free Zone (HFZA) in Sharjah.