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Dubai’s petro-chemical hub has become a global hub for the country’s petrodollars, and its petro companies are getting more and more interested in buying up petro chemicals from India.
The UAE has become an increasingly important market for petro producers in the Middle East and Africa, and Dubai has become the second-largest petro producer in the UAE, according to data from IHS Global Insight.
According to IHS, petro chemical prices in Dubai have been trending upward since mid-2016, reaching a high of $20 billion in December 2016.
The petro market in Dubai has been the mainstay of UAE petro exporters since the 1970s.
It was initially known for its petrol-based petro products, which were primarily produced by the Abu Dhabi Petroleum Company (ADPCO), and in the 1980s ADPCO began producing a fuel-based fuel called kerosene that was more environmentally friendly and less expensive than gasoline.
In the 1980, ADPCo purchased petro chemistry company Petrol-Minerals from Indian company Petrochemical Industries Limited (PILCO), and PILCO began producing petro fuel from petro chemicals.
In the early 2000s, Saudi Arabia’s Saudi Arabian Oil Company (SAOCOM) purchased Petrol Metals from ADPCoc and Petrochemicals and developed a new petro product called kosabite, a lighter-burning fuel.
Petrol metals began to become a key export product in the country.
The country’s oil minister announced in 2015 that Saudi Arabia would become the first country in the world to export petro energy.
In 2018, Saudi Aramco announced that it would purchase petro Chemical Industries Limited for $1.8 billion, with the deal valued at $6.5 billion.
Petrochemical companies are now interested in acquiring petrochips and fuel cells from India, according an IHS report.
Petrol-Chem, a petro company, has purchased fuel cells in India for its diesel vehicles and plans to sell them to its customers in the coming months.
According the report, Petrol Chem also plans to develop a fuel cell vehicle from petrol, which could be marketed to consumers in the future.
The Dubai Petrochemical Hub, the world’s third-largest producer of petro oil, has become increasingly important for petrodollar producers.
The UAE, with a population of 6.2 million, has been a major supplier of petrodolls to the UAE since 2000.
The petro business in Dubai is currently valued at about $11.3 billion.
According to IBS Global Insight, Petrochem’s petrol business accounts for more than half of the UAE’s petros revenue.
In a bid to further diversify its petrodolgy business, Petropro is expanding its petropower portfolio and is developing a hydrogen fuel cell and a fuelcell hybrid vehicle, both of which have been in development for a few years.
The project will be funded by the UAE government and is expected to be operational by 2019.