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Palestine: Egypt sends 1 million liters of diesel fuel to ease power crisis in Gaza

Egypt Wednesday sent a first convoy of trucks loaded with 1 million liters of diesel fuel to power the Gaza electricity plant, out of operations for several months due to shortage of fuel, especially after Israel reduced power supply to Gaza, at the request of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, a staunch foe of Gaza ruler, […]

June 22nd, 2017 | Posted in Energy,Headlines | Read More »

KSA: Billions-worth Aramco to open tourism training center

Saudi Arabia’s national oil company Aramco, weighing billions of dollars, will open a tourism training centre to meet the kingdom’s plans to diversify its oil-based economy. The future centre will receive 5,000 Saudi males and females who will undergo a four-year training, Reuters reports citing the oil giant. The company agreed with a state-controlled vocational […]

May 18th, 2017 | Posted in Energy,Gulf News,Headlines | Read More »

Atlantic Gas Pipeline Project Heads towards Materialization

The Morocco-Nigeria landmark project to lay an Atlantic gas pipeline that will carry Nigerian gas through six West African countries up to Morocco and eventually to Europe is heading towards materialization with the signing Monday of new agreements related to the project. The agreements were signed in Rabat under the chairmanship of King Mohammed VI […]

May 16th, 2017 | Posted in Energy,Headlines,World News | Read More »

Morocco’s King Renews Commitment to Promote Energy Efficiency

King Mohammed VI has renewed his pledge to continue his endeavors to promote energy efficiency and renewable energy, to adapt his country to future changes and to make it meet its growing energy needs in a sustainable manner. This came in the acceptance message the monarch addressed to the Energy Efficiency Global Forum, which granted […]

May 9th, 2017 | Posted in Energy,Headlines,World News | Read More »

KSA: ARAMCO controls 100% of US biggest refinery

Saudi Arabian oil giant Aramco has acquired 100% of the stakes of United States biggest oil refinery after the Shell pulled out of Port Arthur refinery in Texas. The completion of the deal, that was first announced last year, gives Aramco a stronger foothold in the US and offers Saudi Arabia an opportunity to continue […]

May 2nd, 2017 | Posted in Energy,Headlines | Read More »

Oman committed to reverse Climate change

A team of 40 scientists are engaged in the Oman Drilling project with hope of reversing the dilemma of the climate change that the world is concerned about as it is said to be on the increase. The $3.5 million project in the Wadi Mansah valley led by Peter Kelemen, a geochemist, is geared towards […]

April 14th, 2017 | Posted in Energy,Headlines | Read More »

Gas Imports: We are “interdependent”, EU tells Algeria

Algeria’s energy minister, Nourredine Boutarfa, met with European Union’s Climate and Energy Commissioner Miguel Arias Canete in Brussels to discuss energy matters with the latter assuring that Europe “will remain the main customer for Algeria” even though most long-term gas accords are ending between 2018 and 2019. Canete highlighted the advantages for Europe to continue […]

April 12th, 2017 | Posted in Energy,Headlines | Read More »

Algeria: Sonatrach and Total sign comprehensive agreement, disputes outstanding

Sonatrach and Total are seemingly trying to surpass their disputes with the signing of a comprehensive agreement to strengthen their partnership. Total noted that the agreement would help to settle “outstanding differences” amicably with the state-owned Algerian company. In earlier disputes between the companies, Total had sought arbitration against Algeria for changing profit-sharing terms on […]

April 11th, 2017 | Posted in Energy | Read More »

Israel, three European countries agree to build World’s longest undersea gas pipeline

Israel, Italy, Greece and Cyprus have agreed to build the longest undersea gas pipeline in the world worth around $6.2 billion. The pipeline is expected to be completed in 2025 and feasibility studies have already been completed. The project is expected to help Europe diversify its gas supply and reduce its dependency on Russia, especially […]

April 3rd, 2017 | Posted in Energy,Headlines,World News | Read More »

Final Stage of World Largest Solar Energy Plant Launched in Morocco

King Mohammed VI has launched on Saturday the final stage of the Noor Ouarzazate solar power complex, which will become the world’s largest when completed in 2018. The new project, Noor Ouarzazate IV, has a capacity of 72 MW and requires an investment worth over 750 million dirhams. It uses photovoltaic technology, which makes it […]

April 2nd, 2017 | Posted in Energy,Headlines | Read More »

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