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Middle East - events to watch in 2013


Middle East - events to watch in 2013

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The Middle East was burdened by political problems in 2012 - conflict in Syria and Yemen, deadlock in Iraq/Kurdistan, and tightened sanctions on Iran. But the region remains the world's pre-eminent oil and gas province, and our outlook for 2013 focuses on the key industry developments ahead.

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  • Lebanon's first licensing round will be a success
  • Saudi Arabia will announce results from its first deepwater drilling campaign
  • Khazzan - Makarem will not finalise a gas sales agreement
  • No site for an Israeli LNG export plant in 2013
  • GASCO steps on the gas at Habshan 5
  • Abu Dhabi's 20 billion barrel rollover
  • M&A activity in Kurdistan will continue unabated
  • Iraq Oil Law discussions will remain in stalemate
  • Iranian oil production will recover (a little)
  • Crude production in Syria will remain constrained by the ongoing conflict

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  • Lebanon's first licensing round will be a success
  • Saudi Arabia will announce results from its first deepwater drilling campaign
  • Khazzan - Makarem will not finalise a gas sales agreement
  • No site for an Israeli LNG export plant in 2013
  • GASCO steps on the gas at Habshan 5
  • Abu Dhabi's 20 billion barrel rollover
  • M&A activity in Kurdistan will continue unabated
  • Iraq Oil Law discussions will remain in stalemate
  • Iranian oil production will recover (a little)
  • Crude production in Syria will remain constrained by the ongoing conflict
    • Events to watch in 2013
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