Oil, Gas & Mining

01-06-2015
Syria increased again yesterday the price of gasoline, fuel oil and kerosene for the second time in forty five days.
01-06-2015
The Syrian government lost last week to ISIS the control of its phosphate mines, a rare source of currency earnings.
25-05-2015
Syria has issued a tender inviting international companies to use spare capacity at its two refineries in Homs and Banias.
25-05-2015
Production in Syria’s most important gas fields is unaffected by the recent onslaught of ISIS on Palmyra, the Syrian Minister of Oil said.
18-05-2015
The Syrian government lost today control of two important gas fields near Palmyra, according to a monitoring group.
04-05-2015
Syria has been increasing its oil imports from Iran recently, according to IEA data.
20-04-2015
The prices of gasoline and fuel oil have been increased again in Syria on the back of rising global prices and a falling currency.
02-02-2015
Syria’s oil output continued to decline last year as production now stands at some 2.5 percent of its pre-uprising level.
16-01-2015
Soyuzneftegaz, the Russian oil company, has established a representative office in Damascus to begin exploring the country’s offshore waters.
05-01-2015
Afek, an Israeli oil company, has started preparation works to begin drilling within two weeks in Syria’s Golan Heights, which have been occupied by the Zionist state since 1967.
29-12-2014
Except for use by local transport companies and bakeries, as well as for heating purposes, all oil products are now sold at market price in Syria.
15-12-2014
The Syrian government has liberalised the price of gas oil for one additional category of users, creating more confusion in the market.
15-12-2014
A ban on exports of jet fuel to Syria entered into force last week some to months after its approval by the European Council.
01-12-2014
In an unprecedented move, the Syrian Government has offered to use its two refineries to process crude oil for private investors, as it seeks to meet rising shortages of oil products.
24-11-2014
Syria’s Kurdish regions are producing an average of 40,000 barrels of crude oil per day, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.

Events

EDU.13-2012
Dama Rose Damascus Hotel
InLife
Damascus International Fairground