Middle East - events to watch in 2014

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16 January 2014

Middle East - events to watch in 2014

Report summary

Political events continue to shape the outlook for Middle East oil and gas production - especially for two of the region's largest resource holders, Iran and Iraq. The result of Iran's presidential elections last year has altered the course of negotiations on nuclear enrichment and raised the prospect of an end to sanctions on exports and new foreign investment. This year it will be Iraq's turn to go to the ballot box. The outcome will have implications for the giant oil developments in the

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    • Sanctions on Iran ease, but no export growth
    • New Iranian fiscal terms will attract interest
    • A slow year for upstream investment in Federal Iraq
    • Agreement on piped exports from Kurdistan
    • No decision on Abu Dhabi’s onshore concession
    • Capital expenditure on gas developments will start to decline
    • A bigger year for Middle East M&A

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