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Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain and UAE threaten to take further steps against Qatar


According to the Peninsula of Qatar, the giant sketched image of the Emir H H Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani – the iconic Tamim Al Majd picture – installed at Gharafa has become a must-visit attraction for Qataris and expatriates as people flock the spot day and night to show their love with the country and its leadership. Continue reading Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain and UAE threaten to take further steps against Qatar

Comprendre le contexte géopolitique du triangle impossible entre l’Algérie, l’Egypte et l’Etat d’Israël.


En 2014, le quotidien algérien echorouk, , évoquait la question en citant l’économiste algérien, Abderrahmane Mebtoul qui avait indiqué que ”l’Algérie approvisionnerait indirectement Israël en Gaz”, en expliquant que selon un accord passé entre Alger et Le Caire, ce dernier garderait pour l’Egypte, 400 millions m3 du gaz lui livré par l’Algérie et expédierait le surplus à Israël.

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Perspectives of the Algerian Oil & Natural Gas exports’ market


Algeria is one of the top gas supplier to Europe. Its economy is heavily dependent on hydrocarbons exports, and the OPEC member has been struggling to boost production to offset the fall in oil prices.

Algeria’s new energy minister Noureddine Bouterfa has said that Sonatrach foresees an increase in its oil and gas production in the order of 30% by 2020, reported state news agency APS. “Efforts are being deployed in order to reach this objective within the targeted schedule,” he said on July 18 at Hassi Messaoud, the country’s largest oil field. Continue reading Perspectives of the Algerian Oil & Natural Gas exports’ market

#Iran, #Oman sign deal to study sub-sea gas pipeline:Times Of Oman


iran oman pipeline map
Credit: EIA

An agreement has been signed between Iran and Oman to study a sub-sea gas pipeline for carrying Iranian gas to the Sultanate in a project worth $60 billion.

Oman’s plan of transfering natural-gas through pipeline from Iran is the latest sign that Saudi Arabia is failing to bind its smaller Gulf neighbors into a tighter bloc united in hostility to the Islamic Republic. Continue reading #Iran, #Oman sign deal to study sub-sea gas pipeline:Times Of Oman