Dressed in traditional Yao ethnic costume, 56-year-old Lu Zhonglan pounds oil tea leaves in a pot with a wooden hammer while singing a folk song.
Oil explorers, tugboat operators and other US Gulf Coast businesses got back to work on Saturday after the region was slammed by its second hurricane in six weeks.
Norwegian oil firms struck a wage bargain with labour union officials on Friday, ending a 10-day strike that had threatened to cut the country’s oil and gas output by close to 25% next week, negotiators for each side told Reuters.
Located along one of the world’s busiest shipping routes, serving as a gateway to one of the Middle East’s largest economies, and acting as the cultural and commercial meeting point for three continents for centuries – Jeddah Islamic Port has always played an integral part in the world of commerce and trade.
Sharjah-based Hamriyah Free Zone Authority, HFZA, has signed an agreement to lease over half a million square feel to ALUCOR, an international engineering, procurement, and construction contractor.
Each year, the panel of judges of Pushkin House’s annual Book Prize considers 80-100 non-fiction books about Russia published in the previous year.
One of the world’s leading energy experts believes that oil producing countries like Saudi Arabia could enjoy a “veritable feast” of oil revenues for many decades before changing patterns of energy use reduce global demand for crude.
Oil prices slipped more than 1 per cent on Friday after an oil worker strike in Norway ended.
Yokogawa survey: Two-thirds of process industry companies anticipate fully autonomous operations by 2030
The survey provides an in-depth view of future trends in automation and autonomy, business priorities, and technologies being deployed in key process industries including oil and gas, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, petrochemicals, and power generation.
Lake Charles, Louisiana, petrochemical complexes were shut down on Oct. 9 ahead of Hurricane Delta’s landfall just six weeks after Hurricane Laura battered city.