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  • Total pulled out from deepwater block 41 offshore northern Oman in early April, after failing to make any commercially attractive discoveries. Responding to enquiries from Petroleum Review, Total said it had no plans to exit the country completely at this point, stating that: Total has been present...

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  • In Singapore, the law firm Akim Group has reviewed the global picture of hydrogen production and its potential as a potential alternative fuel. The major players appear to be Japan, South Korea and Australia, but China, the Netherlands, Oman, US and UK are also contributing expertise and development...

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  • Oman Shipping Company and Standard Chartered Bank have announced the banks first sustainable financing deal in the Middle East, worth $35mn.The eight-year facility is linked to key sustainability targets in line with United Nations sustainable development goals and the credit margin under the facil...

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  • Eni and BP have entered into a gas exploration and production sharing agreement (EPSA) for block 77 with the government of the Sultanate of Oman.Block 77 is located in central Oman. During the exploration phase Eni and BP will each hold a 50% interest in the EPSA, with Eni acting as operator.

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  • Kuwait Petroleum International (KPI), a subsidiary of Kuwait Petroleum Corporation, has acquired from Oman Oil Company a 50% interest in Duqm Refinery and Petrochemical Industries Company. Once completed, the Duqm refinery will have the capacity to process around 230,000 b/d of crude oil. The new $6...

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  • The Arab Petroleum Investments Corporation (APICORP), a multilateral development bank, recently announced a $100mn investment as part of a consortium of international and regional banks to finance the construction of Omans Duqm refinery.Situated within the Duqm Special Economic Zone, the refinery i...

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