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Brazils Petrobras approves Chambriard as new CEO

Chambriard, a four-decade industry veteran, has already taken up her new position, Petrobras said in a securities filing SAO PAULO/RIO DE JANEIRO - Brazilian state-run oil firm Petrobras said its board of directors on Friday approved the nomination of Magda Chambriard as the companys new chief executive following the surprise announcement last week. Chambriard, a four-decade industry veteran, has already taken up her new position, Petrobras said in a securities filing. The incoming chief executive, a former head of oil and gas regulator ANP, was chosen by President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva to replace former CEO Jean Paul Prates after he was dismissed last week. Prates exit and Chambriards appointment surprised investors and sent shares plunging amid concerns over political interference. Chambriard has been tasked by Lula with making the oil giant an engine of job creation and industrial development, taking the firm closer to what it was during Lulas first two terms during 2002-2010. She will be looking to invest in and breathe fresh life into domestic shipyards, fertilizer plants, refineries, and gas lines, sources previously told Reuters, but could face difficulties navigating new governance rules and outside controls over the firm. On Tuesday, Mines and Energy Minister Alexandre Silveira sought to allay fears about political interference, stating that Chambriard would execute the firms $102 billion investment plan for the 2024-2028 period that was already in place. Chambriard, only the second woman to run the firm after Graça Fosters tenure from 2012 to 2015, has already held meetings informally this week at Petrobras headquarters in Rio de Janeiro, sources told Reuters. Chambriard is set to hold her first press conference as CEO on Monday afternoon in Rio de Janeiro. Brazil

ADES unit secures $645mln Kuwait Oil Company contracts

All contracts under the award are expected to commence during the second and third quarters of 2025 and will run for a five-year firm term with a one-year optional extension Kuwait - ADES Holding Company, a leading oil and gas drilling services provider, has announced that one of its key subsidiaries has secured onshore contracts from Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) for four of the company’s current operating rigs in Kuwait as well as two newbuild units. The total estimated backlog for the award is SAR2.42 billion ($645 million), including both firm and optional periods. All contracts under the award are expected to commence during the second and third quarters of 2025 and will run for a five-year firm term with a one-year optional extension. According to ADES, all six contracts are for deep drilling rigs in the 3,000hp category, a particularly niche and growing market in Kuwait. This contract award marks a three-fold increase in ADES’ contracted fleet with Kuwait Oil Company over a 24-month period, rising from four rigs in early 2023 to a total of 12 rigs expected to be operating in Kuwait by 2025. Currently the group has 10 onshore rigs operating with KOC in Kuwait. On the contract win, CEO Dr Mohamed Farouk said: "We are very pleased with KOC’s vote of confidence in ADES as exemplified in the scope and tenor of this award. Securing such long-term contracts not only adds to the sustainability of our backlog and visibility of our business, but are also testament to ADES’ exceptional safety and operational performance which will see us triple the size of our contracted fleet in Kuwait from four to 12 rigs upon deployment in 2025." "With these new awards, ADES has further solidified its position in the niche Kuwaiti onshore market, characterized by high barriers to entry and deep drilling deployments where ADES has consistently Kuwait

Goldman Sachs expects oil demand to keep growing until 2034

The research division of the bank raised its 2030 crude oil demand forecast to 108.5 million barrels per day NEW DELHI: Goldman Sachs raised its global oil demand forecast for 2030 on Monday and expects consumption to peak by 2034 on a potential slowdown in electric vehicle (EV) adoption, keeping refineries running at higher-than-average rates till the end of this decade. The research division of the bank raised its 2030 crude oil demand forecast to 108.5 million barrels per day (bpd) from 106 million bpd, and expects demand to peak at 110 million bpd in 2034, followed by a long plateau till 2040, analysts led by Nikhil Bhandari said in a report. WHY ITS IMPORTANT A longer period of oil demand growth could boost incomes of producers like the members of Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and allies, known as OPEC+, and also increase climate-warming emissions from fossil fuels. KEY QUOTES "We expect peak oil demand to occur by 2034 at 110 million bpd; subsequently, we project a moderate compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) demand decline of 0.3% till 2040," Goldman said, as EV sales stagnated recently. Emerging markets in Asia will likely fuel the majority of global oil demand growth up until 2040, with China and India being the key contributors, it said. Meanwhile, the duration of the global refining upcycle could be longer than investors currently anticipate, as global refining utilization could remain well above historical average levels over 2024-2027. "We are more constructive on middle distillates (diesel/jet fuel) over gasoline, as the incremental supply growth for middle distillates lags behind demand growth more significantly over 2024-27, partly due to the later demand peak we expect for middle distillates (mid-2030s) than gasoline (2028)," it said. CONTEXT EV sales have cooled in recent months after rising dramatically for several years, as consumers wait for more affordable models to hit the market. Earlier this month, the International Energy Agency, which expects global oil demand to peak before 2030, trimmed its forecast for this year by 140,000 barrels per day (bpd) to 1.1 million bpd, widening the gap with producer group OPEC. India

Bahrain’s Al Dur Power closes $1.2bln refinancing facility

The refinancing facilities from 15 banks will extend up to 11 years Bahrain-based Al Dur Power & Water Company has successfully closed a $1.2 billion refinancing facility from a syndicate of 17 local, regional, and international banks. The refinancing facilities extend up to 11 years, including a $643 million conventional facility and a $557 million Islamic facility from commercial lenders active in the European and Middle Eastern project finance markets. The new facilities allow the power generation and water desalination company to refinance its existing project-level debt. The lenders and hedge providers, via conventional and Islamic facilities, include Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank, Al Ahli Bank of Kuwait, Ahli United Bank, Arab Bank, Bank ABC, ABC Islamic Bank, Arab Petroleum Investments Corporation, Al Salam Bank, Banque Saudi Fransi, Boubyan Bank, Gulf International Bank, Kuwait Finance House (Bahrain), Mashreqbank, National Bank of Kuwait - Bahrain Branch, Société Générale, Standard Chartered Bank and Warba Bank. Al Dur Power & Water Company is owned by a consortium comprising France’s Engie, Gulf Investment Corporation, Kyushu Electric Power Company and the Social Insurance Organisation. The Al Dur IWPP, which started commercial operations in early 2012, generates 1,234 megawatts (MW) of electricity and 48 MIGD of water daily. The company has signed a 25-year power and water purchase agreement with the Gulf nation’s Electricity and Water Authority. Bahrain

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