Energy

Oil and gas still take centre stage in Oman, accounting for more than half of GDP and 85% of government revenues. After a slump in 2000-07 as fields depleted, oil production is once again increasing, boosted by discoveries of new reserves and improved extraction techniques that glean more from old fields. Meanwhile, the government is looking to improve in-country value and the Omanisation of its workforce. This chapter contains interviews with Nabil Al Ghassani, CEO, Takamul Investment Company; and Mulham Al Jarf, Deputy CEO, Oman Oil Company.
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OBG talks to Mulham Al Jarf, Deputy CEO, Oman Oil Company

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