Mubadala

Mubadala Petroleum

Mubadala Petroleum

A leading international, upstream oil and gas company with a world-class exploration and production business.

Mubadala Petroleum

Established in 2012, Mubadala Petroleum is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Mubadala Investment Company (Mubadala) where it has built on the success of Mubadala’s previous investments in the oil and gas sector. The company develops, manages and operates projects distinguished by the highest technical and safety standards with a primary geographic focus on the Middle East, North Africa, Russia and Southeast Asia.

 

Mubadala Petroleum is headquartered in Abu Dhabi, UAE and has more than 500 employees in over 30 countries.

Mubadala Petroleum pursues exploration and production in 10 countries, generating strong financial returns for Mubadala.

It manages assets and operations at all stages of the upstream value chain, with primary focus on exploration and production in the eastern hemisphere. In 2018, Mubadala Petroleum produced 360,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day, on a working interest basis, across a global portfolio.

Mubadala Petroleum is a key player in major projects including the world-class Dolphin Gas Project, which is central to meeting the energy needs of the UAE, enhanced oil recovery in Oman, the giant Zohr gas project in Egypt and the Gazpromneft-Vostok joint venture in Russia to develop and produce oil reserves in Western Siberia. In Southeast Asia, it is the operator of the majority of its exploration, development and production assets across Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam.

In the Gulf of Thailand, Mubadala Petroleum is the country’s second largest crude oil operator.

Mubadala Petroleum recently made a pathfinder investment in an energy fund focused US unconventionals.

Lasting partnerships, built with host governments, national and international oil and gas companies, and the communities in which it operates, are central to Mubadala Petroleum’s success. The company continues to grow its capabilities, leveraging its significant operational and technical expertise to advance its portfolio alongside trusted partners.

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