The Oil sectors:
Oman (PDO) - is the foremost exploration and
production company in the Sultanate. It accounts
for more than 70% of the country's crude-oil
production and nearly all of its natural-gas
supply. The Company is owned by the Government
of Oman (which has a 60% interest), Royal Dutch
Shell (which has a 34% interest), Total (which
has a 4% interest) and Partex (which has a 2%
interest). The first economic find of oil was
made in 1962, and the first consignment of oil
was exported in 1967.
Oman Refineries and Petrochemicals Company LLC
(ORPC) is a limited liability Company
established vide the Royal Decree No. 99/2007
dated 23 September 2007 which stipulated the
merger of Sohar Refinery Company LLC into Oman
Refinery Company LLC.
The Gas sectors:
Oman LNG LLC is a limited liability
incorporated joint venture company established
by Royal Decree in 1994 and operating under the
laws of the Sultanate of Oman. It produces and
sells liquefied natural gas (LNG) and a
byproduct, Natural Gas Liquids (NGL’s).
The Company undertakes, directly or indirectly,
project operations and activities necessary to
liquefy, store, transport and market natural
gas. The Company’s head office is in Muscat, and
it operates three liquefaction trains at its
site in Qalhat, near Sur, in the Sharqiyah
Two owned by Oman LNG LLC .
One owned by Qalhat LNG SAOC.
The nameplate capacity of the site is 10.4
million tonnes per annum.
Oman LNG’s activities contribute to the
Government of Oman’s objective of diversifying
the economy away from its current dependency on
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