Badr Jafar, president of Crescent Petroleum advocates a stronger private sector presence in MENA's energy sector, and a more prominent role for gas ov
Crescent Petroleum's President on the need for energy reform in MENA
How long will the latest export deal last?
Algeria could again welcome international oil and gas investment
Ill-timed ADCOP pipeline delay may change attitudes to EPC contractors
Deputy Prime Minister hints Exxon will be kept on at West Qurna 1
MEOS attendee Seismic Source & iSeis give lowdown on new developments
SPE regional director discusses challenges and opportunities
District cooling needs to build awareness if it wants to grow
2009 will prove tight for new entrants, but relationships built in the last cycle will sustain the established upstream players.
Real biofuel progress means ensuring your supply chain is sound.
A vision of unity has brought the nations of Oman, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates closer together through a historic cross-border energy agreement.
This week saw the inauguration of the Dolphin gas processing plant in Qatar, the regions' first cross-border energy project.
Hundreds of residents poured onto the streets of Dhaka last week to protest the lack of available drinking water.
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.
Experts have predicted that one-third of the world's population will live in areas of severe water shortage by 2025.