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
Industry commitment to strategic technology investments and robust business processes is key to benefitting from Big Data analytics.
ABB introduces a line of gas compression modules designed for relentless and efficient operations.
Taking into account its modest oil production, the Kingdom intends to improve its energy infrastructure and the downstream sector to reduce dependence on imports and insulate itself from the blow of the oil and gas downturn
Despite the various growth drivers, the valves and actuators market has to readjust to the new market conditions and the low oil prices
International Oil Companies (IOCs) have long played a dominant role in the development of the region's oil sector and have always seen the Middle East's vast reserves as prized assets.
While Iran steadily increases its production and exports, almost all non-American IOCs and oil and gas players have expressed interest to return or enter the Islamic Republic's promising hydrocarbon sector.
The OPEC/non-OPEC deal has not just seemingly ended the battle for market share but also led major oil producers to agree on reasonable output levels
Emerson embeds prediction data into protection system to improve reliability of critical assets.
The Sultanate is hoping for a better new year in which it seeks to drive its oil and gas industry towards profitability, indulge in more innovative EOR projects, whilst leading the economy towards structured diversification
Efficient wellheads and equipment that reduce risks as well as maintenance costs in the prevailing market conditions, besides helping operators optimise production efforts, remain a core requirement of the regional upstream industry
Joint study by Siemens and Strategy& finds the GCC is well-placed to embrace the disruptive potential of digitalisation
From multiple spreadsheets to commodity trading technology — how one of the world’s largest chemical conglomerates is preparing for future challenges?
As Qatar explores new markets across Asia and perhaps Africa in the near future, its focus on expanding the thriving LNG sector will remain one of the key elements behind the growth of its energy industry
Roddy James, chief operating officer of N-Sea, looks back at his career in the subsea industry and shares his insight into how the industry continues to evolve
Developing new sources of gas production in the GCC is not sustainable at current prices, which are typically significantly low and, if not addressed, will lead to a potential gas supply gap, experts at Strategy& believe