Asian Surveying & Mapping
Breaking News
Surya University of Indonesia Selected for Additional UNOOSA/JAXA KiboCUBE Opportunity
The United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA)...
Sultanate Of Brunei To Host Indian Satellite Tracking And Telemetry Station
The Indian government cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra...
ISRO Launches Two British Earth Observation Satellites Onboard PSLV-C42
The Indian Space Research Organization today launched its heavy-weight...
Satellite Industry Showcases at South African Innovation Summit
The South African satellite industry had the opportunity to...
China Launches New Satellite to Forecast and Monitor Marine Disasters
China launched a new satellite on 7 September which...
China to Launch 7 More Beidou Navigation Satellites this Year in Push to Complete GPS Rival System
China aims to add another seven satellites to its...
Chinese Scientists Use Domestic Satellite to Conduct Light Pollution Research
Chinese scientists have conducted nighttime light pollution research using...
Arianespace’s Vega to Orbit THEOS-2 for Thailand’s GISTDA
Arianespace reports it will orbit THEOS-2, the very-high-resolution Earth...
India to Launch Two UK Satellites on Sunday
Indian rocket Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) will put...
Microdrones Continues Global Growth with Australian Expansion
Townsville, Queensland - This month, Microdrones expanded its global...
  • Jul 2, 2018
  • Comments Off on Saudi, the UAE and India Agree on Huge Oil Project Despite Protests
  • Headlines, News
  • 206 Views

July 2nd, 2018
Saudi, the UAE and India Agree on Huge Oil Project Despite Protests

Saudi Arabia, the UAE and India have agreed on a huge oil project despite ongoing protests from local farmers and fisherman near the Indian port of Ratnagiri. The deal worth an estimated $44 billion has been agreed by Aramco, the state-owned oil company of Saudi Arabia; ADNOC, the national oil company of Abu Dhabi; and a consortium of three Indian oil companies to develop a massive refinery and petrochemicals complex. Read More at MEMO