Dr Abdulwahab Al-Sadoun is secretary general of the Gulf Petrochemical and Chemical Association.
Dr. Abdulwahab Al-Sadoun, secretary general of the GPCA, says producers should be encouraged to take preventive and corrective actions to maximise water use
North America, Europe, China and Russia account for the vast majority of global CO2 emissions.
The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) gave a fascinating insight into how it has been working to reduce power and water consumption in the emirate on the first day of this year's Wetex exhibition held in Dubai.
Despite record investment the global oil and gas industry is at the precipice of a potentially severe stagnation.
Free from the constraints of the credit crunch, Middle East oil firms and wealth funds are in a great position to swoop on assets outside the region.
Only by raising public awareness will the message get through.
Nuclear power may yet shake off the tainted image that it gained 20 years ago as a result of the high-profile Chernobyl disaster.
Overall merger and acquistion levels in the oil and gas industry held up throughout 2007, despite the impact of the credit crunch.
Experts have predicted that one-third of the world's population will live in areas of severe water shortage by 2025.
The?Middle East has become the jackup rig capital of the world, according to?new research, but?this hasn't always been the case.
Dust raised by sandstorms is a critical interference component in an electricity network. Can networks prepare for the threat?
With crude oil export figures up, it's easy to see why the energy tanker business is a good one to be in right now.
Planners need to bear the warnings of climate change in mind when designing future urban development projects.
The growing ties between GCC member countries?should be?strengthened by using international benchmarking.
Fire is one?of the biggest risks in the oil industry and the need for safe practices is increasingly coming into focus.
Maybe we should take more care of the resources at hand.