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Kuwait oil & gas remains resilient Jason Rosychuk is a senior associate at Pinsent Masons.

Kuwait oil & gas remains resilient

The country’s energy industry is standing up to the challenges posed by the low oil price, according to Jason Rosychuk & Damian Crosse.

 •   Saipem wins two additional Kuwait refinery deals
 •   Kuwait's refinery resumes operation after fire
 •   Kuwait awards $28bn worth of contracts in 2015

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