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Planning an LNG hub

Against the backdrop of weaker hydrocarbons prices, Bahrain is stepping up counter-cyclical downstream investments aimed at boosting energy and economic securityBahrain is constructing a $600-million liquefied natural gas (LNG) distribution centre which is set to become a hub for Russian LNG in the region, says the kingdom’s Energy Minister Dr Abdul-Hussain bin Ali Mirza.'We have agreed with Moscow to import this product and we offered to utilise the centre to distribute it in the Gulf,' Dr...

Bapco achieves record crude throughput in 2015

The refinery achieved a record crude throughput in 2015, processing an average of 265,634 bpd...

Right time to execute Bapco modernisation: Dr Bartlett

The Bahrain Petroleum Company had a terrific year operationally and financially in 2015. The company...

Tatweer Petroleum registers strongest year ever

During 2015, the firm also undertook 1,904 commercial commitments totalling $455 million. The major...

Providing large-scale benefit to local contractors

Tatweer launched the Individual Development Plan programme for its employees as part of its...

Operating profit achieved by tough cost-reduction efforts

Cost rationalisation efforts – including deferring or cancelling projects – were stepped up during...

Banagas signs $355m gas plant expansion agreement

The project is expected to take 32 months to be ready for a trial run and start operations in...

nogaholding looking to build petrochemical complex

The main focus for nogaholding in 2016 will be the BMP even as the company has also started looking...

Banagas continues to win global honours in safety

For the first time Banagas received the International Sector Award which demonstrates the company’s...

GPIC hits targets, undertakes $51m capex projects

Despite a sharp drop in market prices in 2015, GPIC was able to sustain its profitability due to its...




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