A joint venture to develop a new LNG regasification facility on the UAE’s east coast in the Emirate of Fujairah.

The ELNG Project is a strategic Government initiative to import additional gas supplies to meet energy demand from the UAE’s growing economy, especially in the northern emirates.

The front-end engineering and design work for the project is underway. Phase 1 is expected to have a capacity of 600 million standard cubic feet per day (mmscf/day), with Phase 2 delivering an additional 600 mmscf/day capacity. The combined 1.2 billion scf/day of natural gas will be used primarily for power generation.

Other Midstream Assets

  • Abu Dhabi Crude Oil Pipeline (ADCOP)

    A major project that allows more than 50 percent of the UAE’s crude oil production to be transported from Abu Dhabi directly to the Arabian Sea via Fujairah through its 400km pipeline.

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  • Arab Petroleum Pipelines Company (SUMED)

    Arab Petroleum Pipelines Company (SUMED)

    The Arab Petroleum Pipelines Company, known as SUMED, is a joint venture formed in 1977 between Egyptian General Petroleum, Saudi Arabian Oil Company, three Kuwaiti companies and Qatar Petroleum.

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  • Gulf Energy Maritime (GEM)

    Gulf Energy Maritime (GEM)

    GEM is one of the leading commercial product and chemical tanker companies in the Middle East, investing in and managing modern state-of-the-art double-hull tankers designed to carry petroleum products, chemicals and other hydrocarbons.

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