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Sunday, May 29, 2016

News - Bahrain

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Bahrain Plans LNG Plant

Bahrain is planning to build a liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant, reports Bahrain’s Daily Gulf News. According to the newspaper National Oil and Gas Authority (Noga) has already conducted the feasibility study for the project. The plans was disclosed by country’s Finance Minister and Minister...

Bahrain Likely to Buy LNG From Gazprom

Bahrain may import an average of 400 million cubic feet per day (cfd) gas from Russia's Gazprom through a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal expected to open by 2015, Reuters reported. Initial imports may be around 3 million tonnes a year of LNG. Bahrain's gas import plans have long been hampered...

Bahrain Prefers Russia Over Iran for LNG

Bahrain is expected to start importing liquefied natural gas from Russia by 2014. Bahraini officials said Russia would replace Iran as a supplier of liquid gas amid deteriorating relations between Bahrain and Iran. “Whether Russia supplies us with Iranian liquid gas or from anywhere else is up...

Bahrain to Drill Deeper For Gas

Bahrain's Energy Minister Abd Al Hussein Mirza says that the country should drill deeper to extract natural gas.The Bahraini government expects drilling under a new gas exploration deal with US based Occidental Petroleum to commence soon, but is considering importing gas from Turkmenistan or Russia in...

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