Big energy firms may have to give up Iraqi gas


Many of the world's biggest energy companies may have to surrender most of the gas from Iraq's vast southern oilfields to a processing and export project led by Shell, a final draft contract between Baghdad and Europe's biggest company, obtained by Reuters, shows.

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Egypt to resume gas exports to Jordan despite attacks


Egypt will sign a deal to resume gas exports to Jordan next month despite attacks by armed groups on the gas pipeline in Egypt's Sinai region, Egyptian state news agency Mena cited Jordan Energy Minister Khaled Toukan as saying.

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Qatar’s Barzan gas project expecting US$4.7 billion loan


Qatar Petroleum and Exxon Mobil are expecting proposals by the end of August from international, regional and local banks on a US$4.7 billion syndicated loan, backing the Barzan gas project.

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Basra Gas Co. joint venture to cost US$17.2 billion


Iraq's proposed gas deal with Shell to capture and exploit associated gas from its giant southern oil fields is expected to produce two billion cubic and will cost US$17.2 billion.

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Dubai to launch gas strategy


Dubai will launch a gas strategy next year aimed at reducing rising energy demand in the emirate and will tender to appoint a specialist consultant for the plan by year-end, the emirate's top energy council said.

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