It’s a cruel irony of the blue planet.
Scientists have developed five varieties of quinoa that grow especially well in salty soil.
The U.S. had given six-month waivers running through April to some countries including India. That might stop now.
Saudi Arabia diversifying sales to one of its biggest commercial partners.
Libya Says It Isn’t Legally Liable in Shutdown of Its Biggest Oil Field
U.A.E. Completes Korean-Built Nuclear Power Plant, Seoul Says
Why Oil-Rich Saudi Arabia Is Turning to Nuclear Power: QuickTake
Saudi Aramco is set to join the shale revolution with plans to start producing unconventional natural gas.
Emirates Global Alumunium 2017 Profit Climbed on Metal Rally
Iran Orders Armed Forces to Sell Off All Energy, Business Assets
BP Signs Iraq Deal to Help Increase Oil Output at Kirkuk Fields
How the Sun Might Help Quench Gulf Arabs' Thirst: QuickTake Q&A
Saudi Aramco Contractor Arkad Forms Oil, Gas Venture With ABB
Total's Pouyanne Says Company in Talks to Buy Engie LNG Assets
Oil producers are succeeding in re-balancing an oversupply, but this might not be enough
OPEC’s two biggest producers agreed to strengthen their commitment to production cuts and maintain balance.
OPEC Veteran Zanganeh Tapped to Return as Iran Oil Minister
Abu Dhabi Talking With Potential Partners for Offshore Oil Areas
Kuwait Joins Saudis and U.A.E. in Promising More OPEC Oil Cuts
Rosneft Signs Libya Oil Deal as More Investors Return to Country
Chevron Names Saudi Veteran in Kuwait With Oil Fields to Reopen