This chapter includes the following articles.
The energy sector in Oman has continued to evolve within a context of uncertain economic conditions and a rapidly changing global energy landscape. Becoming a leader in the development of enhanced oil recovery techniques has allowed it to maintain high production rates. At the same time, major gas discoveries and the launch of a series of big-budget projects have significantly raised the country’s profile as a producer and exporter of gas and related products. Notably, government incentives are encouraging industry heavyweights to implement renewable alternatives in the extraction of oil and gas where possible, both to preserve gas stock and reduce the sector’s carbon footprint. This chapter contains interviews with Musab Al Mahruqi, CEO, Oman Oil and Orpic Group; and Mohammed Al Jahwari, CEO, Hydrocarbon Finder.