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Oman’s new Duqm Refinery has sent its first shipment of high-quality diesel in line with international specifications, with news emerging amid the plant’s push towards full commercial operation.
PetroSA aims to reverse its current predicament by revitalising its moribund Mossel Bay refinery and securing a long-term supply of feedstock.
Privately controlled Chinese refining major Jiangsu Eastern Shenghong Co Ltd has entered a preliminary agreement with Saudi Aramco in a move that would make the Middle Eastern company a minority stakeholder in its refining and petrochemical unit.
State-owned QatarEnergy this week signed a new 10-year deal to supply naphtha to Japan’s Marubeni Corp.
Oman’s state gas transmission system operator is reported to be set to award an engineering contract for work to install new pipelines and link them to existing infrastructure.
Kenya has extended an existing oil supply deal designed to manage demand for dollars involving Saudi Aramco (Aramco), Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC).
The Iranian petrochemical industry is actively pursuing a stronger presence in Latin America, primarily by offering technical services to Brazil and Venezuela.
Iran’s leading biorefinery company Zagros Green Fuel Development Company is set to debut its shares on the Tehran Stock Exchange in October as the first project-based company in the Iranian capital market.
Mozambique’s President Filipe Nyusi said on September 22 that the US super-major ExxonMobil had assured him of its commitment to moving forward with the Rovuma LNG project.
India's crude oil imports from Saudi Arabia for the month of September have plunged to a multi-year low, with daily imports averaging around 500,000 barrels per day.
Glencore is currently engaged in negotiations with South Africa’s government regarding a promise to invest ZAR6bn ($3.7mn) in Cape Town refinery, due to the company coming close to missing the deadline following an explosion that shut the plant.
Dateline Energy Services (DES), a Nigerian oilfield services provider (OSP), has agreed to build an LPG barge for the Nigerian Navy in order to facilitate inland fuel deliveries.
Nigeria’s Dangote refinery is set to receive its first shipment of crude in the next two weeks, and will aim to produce around 370,000 barrels per day of diesel and jet fuel from the beginning of October, according to a senior company executive.
The Nigerian National Petroleum Company Ltd (NNPCL) has signed a $7bn gas supply memorandum of understanding with Indorama Eleme Petrochemicals Ltd (IEPL), furthering commitments to advance the use of natural gas by large-scale industries.
Nigeria’s national oil company has initiated a shakeup in its management ranks by ordering some mandatory retirements and appointing several new executive vice presidents.
Oil refineries worldwide are grappling with challenges in meeting the demand for diesel, a crucial fuel that powers various sectors of the global economy, Bloomberg reported on September 19.