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Forging ahead

FALLING oil prices will not affect the development of oil and gas infrastructure in Bahrain, including an import terminal for natural gas, the construction of the A-B pipeline between Bahrain and Saudi Arabia and the multi-billion-dollar expansion of the Bapco refinery, the kingdom’s energy minister Dr Abdul Hussain bin Ali Mirza says.Although Fitch Ratings has downgraded Bahrain’s credit outlook to negative, saying the fall in oil exacerbated an already challenging fiscal situation, Dr Mirza...

Bahrain LNG terminal to be built on BOOT basis

THE Bahrain LNG Import Terminal, a strategic project to supplement domestic gas production and...

Noga achievements put Bahrain in focus

THE year 2014 scored a tremendous success for the National Oil and Gas Authority (Noga), the...

Bapco: taking a measured approach to strategic growth

DR PETER Bartlett, the American chief executive of Bapco, is taking a measured approach when...

Oil price plunge makes 2015 a challenging year for Banagas

EVEN as Bahrain National Gas Company (Banagas) clocked a fairly satisfactory performance during the...

Banagas wins international recognition in safety

BANAGAS continues to receive international recognition for its world class standards of occupational...

Strong focus on health and safety

BAPCO’S commitment to achieving a zero-injury, zero-incident work environment was reflected in a...

Tatweer invests $3.5bn to boost Bahrain Field prowess

TATWEER Petroleum, a joint venture of Bahrain’s Bapco, Occidental Petroleum and Mubadala, has in its...

GPIC achieves distinction in productivity, exports

BAHRAIN-BASED the Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company (GPIC) had achieved the highest daily...

Katch Kan opens regional headquarters in Bahrain

CANADIAN safety and environmental solutions specialist Katch Kan opened its Middle East regional...

Bapco strategic plans in focus

BAPCO launched its current five-year strategic plan in 2010 with the main focus on refinery...

Tatweer helps meet gas goals

IN 2008, after nearly eight decades of production, the Bahrain Field was generally perceived as a...

Banagas rolls out expansion, commissions new station

BAHRAIN National Gas Company (Banagas) is a natural gas and related energy service provider. The...

Noga emerges as top event organiser

THE National Oil and Gas Authority (Noga) emerged as the top event organiser in the second half of...

Bapco restructures for modernisation

TO MEET the specific long-term requirements of the planned Bapco Modernisation Programme (BMP), a...

Hi-Force sets cylinder record

CONTINUING to invest heavily in the state-of-the-art Mori Seiki CNC machines, Hi-Force – the UK’s...




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