Middle East

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  • Contributed by: Abdulla Al-Hajri, Surveillance Engineering Manager, Qatargas
In LNG plants, the majority of processed gas is transformed into commercial products such as LNG, Shale gas, LPG and Gasoline. However, a small part of this processed gas is used for:
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  • Contributed by: Vagif Sharifov, Oil Price Analyst & Expert in Energy Markets, Trend News Agency
Iran intends to enter an unequal battle for the European gas markets – albeit without pipelines. Europe has promised to buy all the gas available amid falling local production and increasing gas demand.
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Here we show you why foreign investors are interested in Iran's energy industry.
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Article by Drake - Newsbase: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu won Israel’s election, on March 17th, signalling the start of his third term in office.
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  • Contributed by: Gavin Sutcliffe, Head of Content, Global Energy Conferences & Gastech
When Barack Obama steps down from office, he is sure to want to leave legacies both domestically and abroad, and settling a potential nuclear pact agreement with Iran by the summer is certainly a top priority for his administration.
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Iran has lost no time in moving to re-build its oil and gas development capability following the historic agreement over the country’s nuclear activities on 24th November.
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Electricity consumers in Iraq can look forward to some respite from supply shortages from next month when the nation starts to import natural gas from Iran.
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Jordan is set to become an LNG importer from 2015, following the agreement of a ten-year time charter for a floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) with Golar LNG.