Competitive Landscape

July 2008
Saudi Arabia Oil & Gas Report;Q4 2008, p57
Industry Profile
The article offers developments in the petroleum and oil industry in Saudi Arabia. Repsol YPF is a partner in the Eni-operated Area C gas E&P concession. Lukoil will develop gas Block A in the Rub al-Khali region and formed an 80:20 JV with Saudi Aramco known as Luksar. Chevron operates three onshore fields in the Neutral Zone. Its Caltex arm has a storage tank and terminal facility at Mina Saud, which markets lubricants as well as aviation fuel.


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