Category: Energy

Energy
PDO
PDO SUPPORTS TAILORING TRAINING FOR 300 WOMEN

Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Fashion Apparels to support the training of 300 Omani women jobseekers so that they can work in the clothing industry. PDO external affairs and communication manager, Suleiman Al Mantheri signed the agreement with Fashion Apparels executive director, Harinder BS Lamba at an official […]

Energy
Oman increases the fuel price for June

According to a recent report, Oman’s Ministry of Oil and Gas recently announced the revised petrol and diesel prices for June. The price of super grade petrol (M95) is set at 180 baisa (Dh1.72) per litre, that of regular petrol (M90) will be 170 baisa per litre, and diesel will cost 185 baisa in June, according to the Ministry of Oil and Gas.

Energy
Ibrinew
Deals signed for RO885mn Ibri, Sohar-3 power project

Oman Power and Water Procurement Co (OPWP), the sole procurer of all new power generation and water desalination capacity in the sultanate, signed on Sunday a number of agreements to establish two independent power plants in Ibri and Sohar.

Energy
omanoil
Oman’s crude oil production rises 1.57 percent in April

The Sultanate’s total crude oil and condensates production during April 2016 stood at 29,829,100 barrels, a daily average by 994,303 barrels, constituting a rise by 1.57% compared to the daily production during March 2016 when calculating the daily average, according to the monthly report published by the Ministry of Oil and Gas.

Energy
omanoil
Oman’s regular grade petrol production surges ahead

The Sultanate recorded a significant 127.3% year-on-year increase in the production of regular (90) petrol during the first quarter of the current year with output surging to 1.72 million barrels compared with 758,900 barrels produced last year, according to the latest data released by the National Centre for Statistics and Information (NCSI).

Energy
saudislider
Saudis open new phase in Asia oil market: Reuters

According to a recent report, Saudi Arabia has sold a spot crude cargo to an independent Chinese refiner, marking a new phase in the turf war for dominance over Asia’s oil market. This sends a strong message to its rivals Russia and Iran.