UAE: Abu Dhabi Energy Articles & Analysis

Chapter | Energy from The Report: Abu Dhabi 2019

Abu Dhabi has one of the world’s largest and most developed hydrocarbons industries, benefitting from its substantial resources and openness to international investment. Building on decades of steady growth and development, the sector is undertaking a shift. The drive to diversify has resulted in higher levels of investment in both non-conventional hydrocarbons and downstream capacity, and...

Abu Dhabi is the largest of the seven emirates that comprise the UAE, in terms of both its land mass and economy, and home to the majority of the country’s energy production and reserves. While the emirate is home to the world’s sixth-largest proven oil reserves, financial buffers have helped it diversify and yield steady non-oil revenues.

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Abu Dhabi has one of the world’s largest and most developed hydrocarbons industries, benefitting from its substantial resources and openness to international investment. Building on decades of steady growth and development, the sector is undertaking a shift. The drive to diversify has resulted in higher levels of investment in both non-...

 

What are Abu Dhabi’s renewable energy generation goals, and how will these be met?

 

For decades, Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has been a catalyst for growth and development, due to its oversight of the emirate’s vast hydrocarbons resources. This role is now being strengthened by the company’s in-country value (ICV) programme, which is designed to boost domestic product and service suppliers, create highly-skilled...

 

How have the shifting trends in global energy demand impacted ADNOC’s business model?

 

In April 2018 Sultan Al Jaber, UAE Minister of State and group CEO of Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), announced the launch of Abu Dhabi’s first competitive tender for partners to participate in the exploration and development of oil and gas.

 

During 2018 Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has been working to restructure the offshore concessions once operated by Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (ADMA). The ADMA assets have been divided into three groups: Lower Zakum, Umm Shaif and Nasr, and Sateh Al Razboot (SARB) and Umm Lulu. A 40% interest in each concession has been...