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UAE Completes $100M Power Station in Yemen

The UAE has built a 120 MW, $100 million power station in the Yemeni port city of Aden.

Libyan Oil Output Remains Under 400,000 Barrels per Day amid Instability

Libya’s crude oil production remains less than 400,000 barrels per day, the National Oil Corporation (NOC) said on January 12th.

Last Syrian Oil Stronghold Falls to ISIS

Reuters reported that Islamic State fighters have captured the Jazal field in Syria from government forces, citing the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

South Sudan Peace on Hold, Conflict Over Oil Still Unresolved

South Sudan's President Salva Kiir did not sign a peace deal with his country's rebel factions in Ethiopia's capital Addis Ababa, requesting a further 15 days before signing it in ful

Total´s Write-Off in Libya Oilfield Adds Pressure on Other Firms

Libya’s civil war is starting to force European oil companies to write off assets in North Africa as militias attack oil fields and terminals.

Yemen LNG Terminal Deserted by Soldiers, Controlled by Tribesmen

Yemen LNG stops operations at the Gulf of Aden terminal

Oil Revenues to be Diverted from West to East Libya

Libya's internationally recognized government said it plans to open a bank account abroad to deposit oil revenues, hoping to divert proceeds from the industry away from the country's rival administration in Tripoli.

Turkish Firms to be Excluded from Half of Libya

Libya's internationally recognised government has said it will end all contracts with companies from Turkey, a country it has accused of supporting a rival administration.

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