Yemen resumed pumping crude oil through its main export pipeline on Thursday, an oil official said, after repairs took place under army protection and seven people were killed in brief clashes between solders and tribesmen.
Turkey desires natural gas exploration in Yemen, Taner Yildiz, Turkey's energy minister, has said during a joint press conference with Saleh Samea, Yemen’s electricity minister on May 8, Balkans.com has said.Turkey also wants to construct electricity power plants in Yeme
At least eight people were killed when armed tribesman launched an attack on February 7 to stop maintenance crews repairing an oil pipeline blown up last month in southeast Yemen, tribal sources said, Reuters reported on February 8.
Armed tribesmen bombed Yemen's main oil pipeline on February 1, halting crude flow to the country's main export terminal less than a month after it was repaired, oil and local officials said, Reuters has reported.
Disgruntled tribesmen blew up a pipeline in the Yemen’s southeastern Hadramout province, bringing oil production to a halt, Gulf News reported on January 5.
Al-Qaeda-linked militants have blown up an oil pipeline in Yemen's southeastern province of Shabwa, the Iranian Press TV reported on November 5, citing government officials.
The Gulf Times reports that Yemen will sell its liquefied natural gas (LNG) at global market prices next year after negotiations with its buyers, its oil minister said yesterday.
Yemen has allowed 18 international oil firms to bid for 20 onshore and offshore blocks in the sixth auction issued by the Oil Ministry, the state news agency Saba said on Sunday.