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Three Arab countries—Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Oman—are aiming to build three refineries with a capacity 1.245m barrels per day (bpd) to increase the added value of crude oil revenues. “The projects involve the establishment of a new refinery in Kuwait with a refining capacity of 615,000 bpd, the Jazan refinery in Saudi Arabia with a …
We intend to invest $500m over next three years, says DEA AG
Crude oil imported from Kuwait Petroleum Corporation helps save fuel in local market, says official
Kuwait Petroleum Corporation starts procedures of launching its office in Cairo
Segment of investments will be allocated to implement projects aiming to increase oil and gas production
Abbas said output was now running at about 20,000 barrels per day (bpd), compared with 380,000 bpd before an anti-regime uprising erupted in March 2011.