The Oil & Gas Year Bahrain 2013
While Bahrain has made efforts to diversify its economy away from oil and gas, 70 percent of government revenues are still derived from hydrocarbons. Meanwhile, mounting costs related to heavily subsidised natural gas and electricity are putting pressure on the government to shift some of that burden onto consumers.
Detailed analysis and interviews with the top players shed light on current issues including the Bahrain Petroleum Company refinery, LNG imports, the planned expansion of the Arabia-Bahrain pipeline and upstream tenders for offshore drilling in the Khuff gas field.
The publication features a complete report on The Oil & Gas Year Bahrain 2013 Strategic Roundtable, which brought together eight of the top names in government and energy companies in Bahrain to hear their version of the key issues facing the country – read the full report only in The Oil & Gas Year Bahrain 2013.