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UAE: Dubai Civil Aviation Authority Praises Emarat's Support For DCAA's

Dubai Civil Aviation Authority (DCAA) has celebrated Emirates General Petroleum Corporation (Emarat) for its support and involvement in DCAA programs, launching the English version of Civil Aviation in Dubai, the Establishment and the Future 1937-2020 at a special ceremony. Emarat commercial sales manager, Abdulrahman Qassim Al Alisaid, also praised that the strong links between the authority and his company at the ceremony, highlighting the recent deal that will allow Emojet to supply fuel to the new AlMaktoum International Airport. 


Niger: Government Moots Export of Fuel to Nigeria

Niger aims to export its excess refined fuel products to Nigeria as it signs the African Petroleum Producers' Association (APPA) Statute. The Niger Republic's Minister of Petroleum, Foumakoye Gado (pictured), told journalists at a signing ceremony in Nigeria that the country's excess refining capacity encouraged it to join the association.


Isreal: Egypt Terminates Supply to Israel’s Oil Refinery Ltd

Oil Refineries Ltd, Israel's largest integrated refining and petrochemical group has reported that its gas supply agreement with East Mediterranean Gas S.A.E (EMG) has been cancelled by Egyptian authorities. In light of the contract termination, Oil Refineries Ltd has been forced to use substantially more expensive alternative liquid fuels.

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