- Abu Dhabi says it will produce and market crude on its own from its main onshore oil fields after a shared license to run the fields expires later this month.
- State-run Abu Dhabi National Oil will not renew its 75-year oil-production agreement with BP, Exxon Mobil XOM, Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A, RDS.B), Total (TOT) and others to run the fields, which produce more than half the United Arab Emirates' crude output of 2.8M bbl/day.
- Abu Dhabi also had green-lighted Occidental Petroleum (OXY), China National Petroleum (PTR), Statoil (STO), Rosneft (RNFTF) Japan's Inpex and Korea National Oil to bid.
Abu Dhabi to operate main onshore oil fields alone
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