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The Jordan Petroleum Refinery Company (JPRC) has requested gas stations to stop providing gasoline and diesel to eight government agencies over unpaid bills.
The government owes the refinery around JD61 million for gasoline and diesel supplies, Gas Stations Owners Association President Fahed Al Fayez told The Jordan Times over the phone on Monday.
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A joint Estonian-Malaysian consortium has entered final negotiations for vendor of Jordan’s first oil shale power plant, with a selection set to be unveiled soon to utilise the country’s vast shale oil reserves by the end of the decade.
Andres Anijalg, project director at Attarat Power Company (APCO) — a joint venture of Estonian Enefit and Malaysian YTL International — said officials are finalising negotiations with Chinese and Korean firms for the construction of Jordan’s first oil shale power plant, with"......Continue Reading >
The nuclear deal reached between Iran and world powers in Geneva on Sunday could also be a boon for the Jordanian fuel market in the coming weeks, an oil expert predicted Monday.
Fahed Al Fayez, president of the Gas Station Owners Association (GSOA), told The Jordan Times over the phone that Jordanian consumers may pay less for fuel products as of early next year,"...Continue Reading >