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  • Allianz, Abu Dhabi lose $1.8b Norway pipeline...

     Norway’s government beat back a lawsuit from companies controlled by Allianz SE and Abu Dhabi among others seeking to reverse cuts in tariffs on the Gassled pipeline network they claim will cost them about $1.8 billion (Dh6.6 billion).

  • Enoc seeks to boost international footprint

    Emirates National Oil Company or Enoc which recently acquired a majority stake in Dragon Oil said on Monday that it would continue to explore opportunities to strengthen its international footprint.

  • Mauritius: Investment Promotion and Protection...

    The Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Mr Vishnu Lutchmeenaraidoo, has signed during the week end an Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement with the government of the United Arab Emirates. This agreement is of strategic importance as significant economic exchanges are planned with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for major development projects, in particular the Maritime Hub of Port Louis.

  • Dubai Crude Oil Price for December delivery is US...

    The Department of Oil Affairs in the Government of Dubai has announced that it had notified its customers that the official price of Dubai crude oil which will be delivered next December, will be US$0.25 less than the average daily settlement price of the Oman Crude Oil Financial Contract in Dubai Mercantile Exchange contracts traded over the next month.

  • Fujairah offers gateway to Asian markets for...

    Fujairah, the only emirate that lies on the eastern side of the UAE with direct access to the Indian Ocean, is well placed to offer the Gulf States a gateway to lucrative Asian markets as an extension of an ever increasing integrated energy infrastructure, industry experts and officials said.


Top maritime sector leaders to meet in Dubai

The Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA), the government authority charged with regulating, coordinating and supervising all aspects of Dubai’s maritime sector, will launch the UAE Maritime Leaders Seminar (UMLS) on the sidelines of Dubai Maritime Week 2016, the latest edition of the Middle East’s first comprehensive maritime event.


NMDC to enhance its competitiveness in the International Market

National Marine Dredging Company (NMDC) employs its international experiences and industry-leading achievements to enhance its position in this unique market. The Company’s successful projects provide new horizons for developing its service offerings and achieving its main goal of building an economic-maritime ecosystem based in the UAE and targets the Arab World.


Mohammed Al Suwaidi to Marasi Yachts: We seek to enhance our services with “Innovation”

Since its establishment in Dubai in 2003, Al Suwaidi Marine has achieved a remarkable position in the boating industry. The company has long realized the role of the sea as a source of wealth for the Emiratis, its beginnings were focused on building fishing boats at highest international standards and affordable costs. Expanding to new markets, the company established a new line for leisure boats. The company’s designers presented unique designs, meeting the special requirements for this type of boats in the UAE, as well as the highest luxury and comfort standards.


Marasi Yachts Traces Boat Building Phases at Al Yousuf Motors

Boat building process starts on the customer side, as he defines his needs and wishes, and makes the decision. Once the decision is made, a seasoned team of Al Yousuf Motors experts meet the customer to provide him with comprehensive consultation and help him develop his choices to best address his needs.