Oman Energy Market Overview

October 2011
Oman Oil & Gas Report;Q4 2011, Issue 4, p10
Industry Profile
The article offers information on the energy sector of Oman. As stated, Oman has large mineral and metal deposits including silica, dolomite, copper and gold but its petroleum deposits are generally smaller and less productive in comparison to other Gulf States. As estimated by Business Monitor International, Oman's liquid gas and oil export business was declined in 2010 and is likely to be declined till 2020.


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