UOG chief maps scope of Dolphin project

Click here to enlarge imageThe U.A.E. Offsets Group (UOG), Abu Dhabi, is building momentum for a massive web of gas supply projects and gas-based industrial projects, focused on the southern shore of the Persian Gulf (OGJ, June 21, 1999, p. 30).Initially, the plan is to deliver gas by pipeline from Qatar to feed a number of downstream projects in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and northern Oman. In the longer term, the so-called Dolphin initiative could extend across South Asia.UOG Chairman Amin Badr el Din told OGJ that the Dolphin initiative was conceived when UOG-a government-funded development body-began planning for industrial development within the U.A.E. but recognized a problem in securing l...

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