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Analysis: The case for lifting energy subsidies Fuel subsidies cost Saudi Arabia $8bn a year.

Analysis: The case for lifting energy subsidies

The Middle East and North Africa region account for half of the world's energy subsidies

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Oil & gas employees remain committed to sector

Oil & gas employees remain committed to sector

But majority are looking for new positions, new study finds
 
Five Minutes With: Pranav, Kapoor, SPX Flow

Five Minutes With: Pranav, Kapoor, SPX Flow

We delve below the corporate strategy to understand what really makes the industry's leaders tick
 
Q&A: Wireless Power

Q&A: Wireless Power

Silicon Valley expert, Chris Rittler, now head of ABB Wireless, on the transformational power of technology and the need for constant innovation
 
Interview: Chemical Imbalance

Interview: Chemical Imbalance

Petrochem founder Yogesh Mehta does not mince his words as he warns that the current dire situation of the petrochemicals industry is here to stay
 

 

Technology Focus: Operations in Progress

Technology Focus: Operations in Progress

OpExMENA 2015 shed new light on the importance of operational excellence
 
The Aramco way

The Aramco way

In an exclusive interview with RPME, Warren Wilder, vice president for Chemicals at Saudi Aramco, explains how the company plans to use its leverage as the largest oil producer in the world to become a leading player in the global petrochemical industry
 
Challenging times ahead for KSA

Challenging times ahead for KSA

Saudi petrochemical sector is facing some serious challenges domestically and abroad
 
Analysis: Taking the long-term view?

Analysis: Taking the long-term view?

The GCC is set to add an extra 830,000 barrels per day of new refining capacity by 2020. But is now the best time?
 
Sultanate buoyant despite downturn

Sultanate buoyant despite downturn

Despite plummeting oil revenues and economic troubles, the government in Oman has resolved to continue investing in the nation's oil and gas sector, as industry majors move ahead with existing and new projects in 2016
 
Testing times for the Kingdom

Testing times for the Kingdom

Despite the global oil oversupply and the subsequent free fall in crude oil prices, Saudi Arabia is determined to maintain high output levels and press ahead with its oil and gas projects in future to control market share
 
Innovation key to 2016 energy sector: Consultancy

Innovation key to 2016 energy sector: Consultancy

Booz Allen Hamilton collaborates with IDC to present its top technology trends for the energy industry next year
 
GCC embraces power of sour

GCC embraces power of sour

Demand for sour gas in the region is on the rise and the UAE, with its pioneering projects in Abu Dhabi, is leading the bloc in sour gas production
 
Qatar better off than its GCC peers

Qatar better off than its GCC peers

The country's dependence and focus on gas production, steady economic growth, quest for new export markets and a planned strategy of economic diversification places it a notch above its GCC
 
Tech Focus: Survival of the Fittest

Tech Focus: Survival of the Fittest

The Middle East's refining and petrochemicals industries have no choice but to optimise
 
Training and development: Beyond the textbooks

Training and development: Beyond the textbooks

As the talent gap in the oil and gas sector persists, we visit Heriot-Watt University in Dubai to find out about the latest teaching practices and related challenges involved in training the next generation of oil and gas engineers
 




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