ADNOC recommends Shell for Bab gas project
- United Arab Emirates: Thursday, March 21 - 2013 at 04:40
Abu Dhabi National Oil Co (Adnoc) has nominated Shell to be awarded the multi-billion dollar project to develop its Bab gas field, but the UAE's higher authorities have yet to rule on it, Reuters has reported, citing industry sources. Adnoc recommended that the Supreme Petroleum Council (SPC) pick Royal Dutch Shell ahead of France's Total to develop the ultra-sour gas project the country needs to temper growing gas imports. The Bab ultra-sour gas deal would give Shell a competitive edge in talks for the 2014 renewal of the UAE's largest onshore oil concession on which the Bab field stands.
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