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Emarat discusses further cooperation with Bahrain Petroleum Company

Bapco owns an oil refinery with a capacity of 250,000 bpd

  • WAM
  • Published: 15:35 November 18, 2013
  • Gulf News

Abu Dhabi: Emirates General Petroleum Corporation (Emarat) and Bahrain Petroleum Company (Bapco) have discussed enhancement of bilateral collaboration and cooperation in addition to new investment opportunities in the field of fuel and energy.

This came during a meeting of Adel Khalifa Al Shaer, the acting general manager at Emarat and his delegation with Khalid Buhazza, General Manager of Bapco, Zakaria Sulaiman, Manager Petroleum Product Sales, Yousif Al Mezel, Senior Co-Originator Petroleum Product Sales, and Esam Kamal, Senior Co-Originator Petroleum Product.

Emarat delegation included Abdul Rahman Qassim Al Ali, Commercial Sales Manager, and Engineer Ebrahim Yacoob Al Tamimi, Terminals & Logistics Manager.

Bapco is entirely owned by the government of Bahrain, and it operates in the oil industry. Its operations include oil exploration, drilling, production, refining, and distribution of petroleum products and natural gas, in addition to selling and exporting raw oil and petroleum products.

Bapco owns an oil refinery with a capacity of 250,000 bpd, in addition to storage facilities that can take up to 14 million barrels, a local products distribution centre, and a dock for the exports of its products.

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