Iran's water and wastewater market presents significant opportunities for technology suppliers and developers.
The easing of international sanctions on Iran is promising to open up one of the world’s largest markets for water and wastewater infrastructure, says report
Fujairah is the most appropriate location in the Gulf to host an LNG exporting hub, according to majority of respondents in a Gulf Intelligence GIQ industry survey.
The digital transformation of business continues to progress and downstream is no exception as demand is increasing for solutions that can replace the remaining paper-based processes.
The real challenge faced by the EPC companies in the Middle East is the cost competition since there are only limited number of large-scale projects in the region and all the major global players are there from around the world.
The largest energy recruitment trends report reveals expectation gap between hiring managers and jobseekers.
A surge of mega deals is approaching and will accelerate the 'merger endgame' in multiple chemical markets.
Capitalising on potential downstream dollars is essential to remain competitive in the energy industry, opines Luc Chantepy, regional sales vice president, Middle East and North Africa, Aspen Technology.
The Middle East is the largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) exporter in the world. However, interesting things are happening in the LNG space, as some countries have begun importing LNG from liquefaction plants in the US.
On 6 January 2017, the US Environmental Protection Agency released the proposed rule requiring natural gas processing plants to start reporting toxic pollution, considered a victory for open government, transparency and the public right to know.
Luc Chantepy gives an overview of a new pipeline hydraulics modelling capability that eliminates the need to employ separate third-party tools for pipeline hydraulics.
In the competitive environment of global plastics, innovation is essential for companies to sustain profitability, maintain and expand market positions, and enhance brand value.
It is necessary for the GCC petrochemical producers to strengthen their product specialization skills for the benefit of not only their existing value chain but also of future value chains that will arise from the increased use of liquid feedstock.
The Islamic Republic is seeking to regain its pre-sanctions position as top energy player in the region and globally
Software brings equipment data from locations around the world to provide maintenance advice and prevent machine failures
Technology needs to be at the forefront of the region’s water efficiency strategies, according to industrial software giant GE
Oil & Gas and Refining & Petrochemicals Middle East come together to celebrate innovation and success across the full breadth of the upstream and downstream sectors