Tagged With Kuwait
Kuwait's new dynamism
24 May 2017
The country wants to shake off its reputation for delays and energy sector in-fighting
The Mideast's gas paradox
3 April 2017
It is home to the world's biggest exporter—and also some of its fastest-growing consumers. Yet intra-regional trade remains thin
Kuwait still drilling
1 March 2017
Kuwait is plugging away in its upstream and will seek more IOC help to do so
Transition time in the Gulf
1 March 2017
Fearful of American shale and electric cars, GCC states want to lessen their oil-revenue dependence
Keeping the lid on Iraq
14 February 2017
Reviving the Kuwait sovereignty issue would be disastrous for Iraq
Count on Kuwait
9 February 2017
Kuwait thankful for cuts after missing output targets
Full speed ahead for Kuwait
6 December 2016
Kuwait is on the road to boosting oil-production capacity to 4m b/d, but lifting fuel subsidies will be trickier
Tumult/Reform in the Middle East
1 December 2016
Weak oil prices hung over the region in 2016, a year of more war but also some efforts at renewal
In Aramco's footsteps
14 September 2016
Kuwait's government wants to follow Saudi Arabia's and sell off some state energy assets. The move will face opposition
Kuwait's big plans, tricky politics
3 June 2016
Kuwait still hopes production will rise considerably between now and the end of the decade, but must overcome a number of hurdles
Liquid, not solid
25 February 2016
Short of a full-on political decision to cut supply, the Middle East’s output will rise again this year
Kuwait expansion plans in doubt; measures being taken
19 October 2015
Kuwait announces plans to raise oil production capacity from around 2.9m barrels/day to 4m b/d by 2020
The Gulf is an indispensable oil region
26 February 2015
For the world’s essential energy-producing region, weak oil prices are an opportunity
Kuwait views low oil prices as an opportunity for growth
26 February 2015
Falling oil prices have not yet persuaded the country to abandon its aggressive capacity growth plans
Khafji supposedly offline for environmental reasons
26 February 2015
The curious case of the Khafji oilfield and the disagreement by Saudi Arabia and Kuwait
Gulf states turn to plentiful LNG
26 February 2015
A region rich in gas is yet to figure out how to make the most of it
New power solutions needed in the Gulf after power cuts
26 February 2015
The region has managed – just – to keep on top of rapidly rising demand for electricity. But new solutions will be needed soon, says Robin Mills
Gulf Cooperation Council producers wary in uncertain market
23 October 2014
The main Gulf Opec players are wary of ceding market share to rival producers, but also wish to keep prices in the comfort zone
Kuwait's Rotterdam refinery for sale or shut-down
10 October 2014
Kuwait Petroleum International wants to cancel planned investment in the Netherlands
Kuwait needs foreign investor help to reach output targets
2 September 2013
Kuwait’s ban on foreign ownership of hydrocarbons is complicating the state firm’s plan to lift oil and gas output
Mena faces up to carbon emissions challenge
15 May 2013
Promoting economic development and meeting climate-change commitments is a tricky balancing act, particularly for the Middle East and North Africa's hydrocarbon-fuelled states. Justin Dargin looks at the challenges - and the possible solutions
Kuwait’s growing need for LNG imports
5 October 2011
Kuwait will import up to 42% more liquefied natural gas (LNG) this year as it extends its buying period by a month into November
Kuwait: K-Dow failure highlights country's political and investment woes
1 February 2009
Joint venture between Dow Chemical and Petrochemical Industries collapses after worsening economic conditions
New hope for Project Kuwait
1 February 2005
Kuwait's attempts to expand production capacity at its northern oilfield development may finally be coming to fruition, writes James Gavin