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عقد تحت رعاية وزارة النفط والغاز، سلطنة عمان

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WHY OMAN?

DEVELOPING UPSTREAM CAPABILITIES

US $ 22 billion - the total cost of projects currently being implemented in Oman. In 2019, two exploration contracts worth US $ 58 million were signed with Occidental Oman and Oman Oil Company E&P, paving the way for 19 offshore drilling wells to be set up in the Sultanate.

HARNESSING DOWNSTREAM POTENTIAL

Oman Oil Company & ORPIC merge, creating a fully-integrated oil company, with combined stakes of about 1.1 million b/d of refining capacity in Oman, India and Hungary.

INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

In progress: billion-dollar infrastructure projects such as the Muscat-Sohar Pipeline Project, Duqm Refinery Project, Liwa Plastics Industries Complex, and an integrated refinery complex with Kuwait Petroleum Corporation.

ATTRACTING GLOBAL INVESTMENT

Over US$ 10 billion has been invested towards transforming Duqm into a vibrant trading hub; including development of the China-Oman Industrial Park, that will eventually house Sino-GCC joint ventures spanning numerous sectors.