Предлагаем вашему вниманию стенограмму пресс-брифинга, посвященного открытию двух мероприятий: 5 Международного нефтегазового конгресса и 9 Московской международной выставки "Нефть и газ"
16 September 2007 , 15:18836
Badar Humaid Al Ghafri: I'm a deputy drilling manager in this company.
03 September 2007 , 12:10228
Fuad Al-Ansari: It is Abu-Dhabi-based oil refining company. We produce oil and gas and have offshore oil refining and gas processing. So I can say that our company realizes the whole process from the oil and gas extraction to the processing and refining. Our company Takreer has 2 refineries: one outside Abu-Dhabi and the second in the western region 550 km away. By the way, 'Takreer' is the Arabian for "refining".
02 August 2007 , 13:25695
Alaeddin I. Al-Badawna: I represent ADMA OPCO, Abu Dhabi Marine operating oil company. We manage the production from the offshore areas.
08 June 2007 , 13:52418
Fahmy H. Al - Musharfy: We have our own ecological system developed. In that system there is a component for environmental management as we have to work in compliance with environmental law. Environmental regulations are controlled by the Ministry of Environment. So we are in touch with the Ministry.
08 June 2007 , 13:35335
Abdulla Al-Qadi: Oil & Gas companies in the Middle East have traditionally been owned and controlled by the state (such as ARAMCO, KOC, and ADNOC), with the exception of the involvement of some of the major IOCs. Crescent Petroleum is in fact the region's oldest indigenous privately owned independent upstream oil and gas company, and has been operating throughout the region for over 35 years now.
22 May 2007 , 13:56457
The world?s science is on its way to the sensational discovery. In spite of disputable opinion that oil is of exclusively organic origin (i.e. is generated out of terrestrial vegetation) there is an idea about its crystalline nature. A number of scientists consider that hydrocarbons are originated in the earth?s crust foundations and which then rise to surface layers. For an average man it means that the earth?s interior could be almost inexhaustible. Such a hypothesis shall be a matter of discussion at an international conference which will be held over 6-8 of September in the exhibition complex ?Kazanskaya Yarmarka?.
06 September 2006 , 09:00865
This year's oil market witnessed spiral price hikes as global crude supplies did not keep pace with growing demand. It had a great impact on the global economy and people's daily life. Will global oil prices head upward next year? Economists and market analysts have offered varying assessments on the trend in oil prices for next year.
28 July 2006 , 00:00810
Final Communique of participants of the Second Joint Seminar, organized by
the Secretariat of the Organization of the Oil Exporting Countries and
the International Institute of Energy Policy and Diplomacy of MGIMO
University of the MFA of Russia
?Short and long-term perspectives of world oil market developments?
Moscow October, 29th 2004
06 November 2005 , 13:001377
Earlier this month, the South Coast Air Quality Management District approved a $4-million program to put a mustache on the Mona Lisa ? at least that's how it seems to me. What the agency actually did was approve spending millions to take 35 or so of the greenest, most energy-efficient sedans ever made ? the hybrid gasoline-electric Toyota Prius ? and turn them all into dirty energy guzzlers.
09 April 2004 , 01:00982
All the anniversaries and cosmic combinations have aligned into one bloody March and a political snakepit for President Bush. Bush talked tough Friday to mark the first anniversary of the start of the U.
02 April 2004 , 01:00864
Khodorkovsky Givers Market a Boost...
31 March 2004 , 17:13914
The profit-taking seen earlier in the week...
25 March 2004 , 13:451065
The Russian market had another record setting day on Thursday as...
19 March 2004 , 15:36836
OPEC members, including Saudi Arabia, will continue to overshoot their self-assigned production limits even after the April 1 deadline, but they do not expect the move to make much of an impact on the runaway price of crude.
16 March 2004 , 00:001137
The Russian equity market was relatively flat yesterday ahead of weekend elections...
11 March 2004 , 14:53823
With a 6% jump in the RTS Index during the past week and a 12.3% boost in the last month...
03 March 2004 , 15:37755
The Kasyanov government's dismissal made the equity market take a sudden dive yesterday...
25 February 2004 , 13:40757
Geopolitical maneuvering between Russia and the United States is intensifying in Central Asia, with Kazakhstan serving as main arena of competition. In recent years, Kazakhstan has pursued a "multi-vectored" policy that attempts to balance the interests of Russia, the United States and China.
25 February 2004 , 00:00837
The facts are staggering: China?s oil imports were up 30 percent in 2003. The International Energy Agency estimates that China will replace Japan as the world's second-largest oil user in 2004. China, the world's fifth-largest producer of crude oil, was a net-exporter of crude little more than a decade ago.
22 February 2004 , 00:001167