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  1. Libya sets oil target of 2.1 million barrels a day by 2024

    The chairman of Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC), Mustafa Sanalla, has announced that his country is targeting 2.1 million barrels…
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    3 Dec
  2. Adnoc appoints Honeywell for predictive maintenance project

    Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) has appointed US-based industrial digitalisation services provider Honeywell to undertake a predictive asset maintenance…
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    3 Dec
  3. Russian influence grows in the Middle East

    The withdrawal of US troops from northeast Syria in early October in advance of Turkish military action against Kurdish militants…
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    11 Nov
  4. Aramco agrees 2020 crude oil deal with unnamed Chinese companies

    Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia’s state oil and petroleum company, has announced signing crude oil sales agreements for 2020 with five…
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    11 Nov
  5. Russian influence in energy-rich Middle East grows

    The withdrawal of US troops from northeast Syria in early October in advance of Turkish military action against Kurdish militants…
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    30 Oct
  6. Gulf oil chiefs respond to Extinction Rebellion

    The annual Oil and Money conference, held in London in October, heard from the chief executives of Gulf oil leaders…
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    24 Oct
  7. Saudi Aramco and Acwa Power to develop $3bn LNG plant in Bangladesh

    Saudi Aramco and Saudi utility developer Acwa Power have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Bangladesh government to…
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    23 Oct
  8. Fighting talk from Saudi Aramco CEO about oil attacks, IPO and peak oil

    Saudi Aramco has demonstrated its resilience by restoring production at oil centres attacked in September, the company’s CEO Amin Nasser…
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    10 Oct
  9. Oil attacks test Saudi Arabia’s commitment to transparency

    The 14 September attacks on Saudi Aramco’s oil production facilities at Abqaiq and Khurais are a key test for Riyadh’s…
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    30 Sep
  10. How security became the highest priority for Saudi Aramco

    As the state-owned Saudi Aramco works to restore oil production capacity from its major oil processing plants at Abqaiq and…
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    30 Sep
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