Once petroleum resources have been extracted and undergone initial processing to separate and stabilize them, our midstream operations oversee the transportation of oil and gas to end-users or plants, where they are processed further. At this stage, crude oil and other liquids such as gas condensates, are sent to refineries through pipelines, by ship or truck. Gas may be transported via pipelines, or liquefied and shipped as liquid natural gas (LNG) for regasification close to end-users. Storage is also required for both oil and LNG.
Midstream Portfolio Highlights
Arab Petroleum Pipelines Company (SUMED)
The Arab Petroleum Pipelines Company, known as SUMED, is a joint venture formed in 1977 between Egyptian General Petroleum, Saudi Arabian Oil Company, three Kuwaiti companies and Qatar Petroleum.Read more about Arab Petroleum Pipelines Company (SUMED)
A project established to develop a new LNG regasification facility in the North of the UAE.Read more about EmiratesLNG
Gulf Energy Maritime (GEM)
GEM is one of the leading commercial product and chemical tanker companies in the Middle East, investing in and managing modern state-of-the-art double-hull tankers designed to carry petroleum products, chemicals and other hydrocarbons.Read more about Gulf Energy Maritime (GEM)