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MENA upstream month in brief: 5 July 2016


MENA upstream month in brief: 5 July 2016

Report summary

In June, Total was awarded a 30% stake in Al Shaheen, Qatar. BP made progress offshore Egypt, sanctioning the first phase of its Atoll development, as well as announcing the Baltim South West gas discovery with partner Eni. In Iran the NIOC selected 8 potential IPC partners for IOCs/NOCs. However, the Oil Minister, Zanganeh, faces increasing internal hurdles on the IPC. Noble Energy had its development plan for Leviathan approved on 2 June in Israel. Other big news from Israel includes Harel buying a 3% stake in Tamar from Noble. Algeria has shaken things up replacing Salah Khebri as Energy Minister. Abu Dhabi's Mubadala Development Company and IPIC are set to merge.

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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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