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Iran's water market: awash with opportunities Iran's water and wastewater market presents significant opportunities for technology suppliers and developers.

Iran's water market: awash with opportunities

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

 •   Iran to invest $645mn to boost oil recovery rate
 •   Iran's oil and gas exports reach 2.7mn bpd in July
 •   Iran starts construction of $1bn petrochem plant


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O&G producers making headway in HSE - IOSH

O&G producers making headway in HSE - IOSH

Despite its reputation as one of the most injury-prone industries in the world, HSE standards in the GCC's energy sector are fast improving, according to Neelesh Sogani of IOSH, Oman
 
Wading through the water crisis

Wading through the water crisis

Zakia Bahjou, of Dow Water & Process Solutions, tells RPME about the importance of responsible water management by industries in the region
 
Moving towards the connected enterprise

Moving towards the connected enterprise

The next industrial revolution is happening right now and the Connected Enterprise is the reason for a tectonic shift in operations and planning, especially in the energy sector, according to US technology services provider Rockwell Automation
 
Country Focus: Iraq's unenviable juggling act

Country Focus: Iraq's unenviable juggling act

Iraq's oil sector resembles a phoenix rising from the ashes, as two foes pull on its tail feathers – the low oil prices since mid-2014, and the economic and social destruction wrought by ISIS in the north.
 

 

A merger for the ages in Abu Dhabi

A merger for the ages in Abu Dhabi

In its bid to reduce dependence on oil and gas revenues, Abu Dhabi has decided to integrate two of its largest investment firms, IPIC and Mubadala, into a single entity that will have a portfolio of around $125bn.
 
Spcl Report: Tackling the supply challenge head-on

Spcl Report: Tackling the supply challenge head-on

By following the example set by other industries and replacing traditional manual methodologies in the supply chain with the latest innovations, the oil and gas sector could enjoy greater efficiencies and tighter cost control. Michael Gordon explains
 
Spcl Report: Terminal solution for Qatar's RasGas

Spcl Report: Terminal solution for Qatar's RasGas

Over the years, Qatar's state-owned gas producer has displayed exemplary midstream capabilities in the form of impressive shipping terminals and mammoth storage facilities
 
S Report: Logistics mega-projects in the spotlight

S Report: Logistics mega-projects in the spotlight

Governments throughout the GCC are continuing to invest heavily in the improvement of their various logistics and transportation facilities, particularly those utilised by the oil and gas sector
 
America has the most oil

America has the most oil

The US possesses bigger oil reserves than even Saudi Arabia or Russia, and over 50% of the remaining oil is in the form of unconventional shale oil, according to Rystad Energy
 
GCC's water sector to benefit from innovation

GCC's water sector to benefit from innovation

Technology needs to be at the forefront of the region’s water efficiency strategies, says industrial software giant GE
 
Oman-Iran economic ties continue to grow

Oman-Iran economic ties continue to grow

Closer economic ties between Oman and Iran are creating significant opportunities for the Sultanate's downstream industry
 
Special Report:Oilfields in the Cloud

Special Report:Oilfields in the Cloud

A key technology trend that is having a major impact on the use of Big Data is the Internet of Things, which offers the opportunity for a massive amount of data to be collected from sensors deployed across entire oilfields, writes Keri Allan
 
Special Report: A 'big' leap for GCC oil and gas

Special Report: A 'big' leap for GCC oil and gas

Access to data ultimately affects and determines project economics, and plays a crucial role in the application and operation of technologies such as EOR in oilfields
 
Special Report: Industry invests for 'Big' returns

Special Report: Industry invests for 'Big' returns

Recent survey has found that 80% of upstream oil and gas companies plan to increase their spending on digital technologies in order to drive leaner and smarter organisations, writes Keri Allan
 
Country Focus: Iran begins quest for allies

Country Focus: Iran begins quest for allies

Tehran has adopted a fresh approach to blending, hoping to shrug off its lone-ranger profile and build collaborative partnerships with energy allies, writes Daniel Colover
 




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