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MENA upstream month in brief: 3 November 2015


MENA upstream month in brief: 3 November 2015

Report summary

The four largest service companies all reported lower revenues for the Middle East/Asia region.  However, key development projects in the region continued apace. Eni pushed ahead with development plans for Zohr in Egypt, the Faihaa oil field came onstream in federal Iraq and in the UAE, Occidental's Shah sour gas development fully ramped up production. Qatar awarded the first Bul Hanine redevelopment contract, and Kuwait's long awaited Al Zour refinery contracts were signed. In other events, Libyan production increased as Zueitina reopened, Israel got closer to signing off the Leviathan gas agreement and Oman made its first award from its 2014 bid round. We also look ahead to Iran unveiling its new fiscal terms at the end of November.

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Description

The MENA upstream month in brief covers the Middle East and North Africa upstream sectors.

It is your one-stop report for the most important events across the upstream industry in the Middle East and North Africa.

This report provides our expert opinion and analysis on the significant happenings during the month past, and looks forward to events to watch out for in the coming month.

Keep informed of events in exploration, licensing, drilling, fiscal & regulatory changes, and corporate activity.

Also included is a data dashboard, providing a snapshot of the most important data points of the past month.

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