Kuwait to further invest in energy projects: KPC
KPC reportedly signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with two Korean credit agencies for $11 billion to finance for its upstream, downstream, petrochemical and transportation projects.
Meanwhile, Kuwait’s acting oil-minister Anas al-Saleh said that OPEC’s decision not to curb its oil output is working well, contrary to statements by Iraq’s oil minister that oil majors such as Saudi Arabia and Russia are beginning to show greater willingness to work together to stabilize the oil market.
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