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ALGIERS- Algeria needs to make new oil and gas findings to ensure its energy security and earnings, notably through foreign partnership, said Sunday in Algiers a senior official of Energy Ministry.

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BOUMERDES- Minister of Energy Mohamed Arkab affirmed Tuesday, in Boumerdes, that the new bill on hydrocarbons aims mainly to increase and renew national reserves in energy products and meet the growing domestic demand.

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ALGIERS- Prime Minister Noureddine Bedoui chaired Monday, a meeting of the inter-ministerial Council devoted to the examination of Sonatrach development plan and draft bill on hydrocarbons, said a communiqué of the Prime Minister’s Office.

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ALGIERS- Foreign firms continue to show special interest in the Algerian market of hydrocarbons, denying some "analyzes" about imminent disinvestment in the sector owing to the political situation in the country.

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ALGIERS- Ongoing energy projects are progressing smoothly and no withdrawal of investments has been announced by Algeria's partners, Minister of Energy Mohamed Arkab told APS in an interview.

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WASHINGTON- The bill on hydrocarbons, recently refined, provides for three types of agreements that will be proposed to foreign investors as part of hydrocarbon exploration and production in Algeria, said a top official of Sonatrach group.

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ALGIERS – The national mining sector in hydrocarbons should rely on the modern techniques and technologies in order to batter valuate the resources which remain "under –explored" by Algeria, said Monday Minister of Energy Mustapha Guitouni.

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ILLIZI (Algeria)- The chief executive officer of Sonatrach Group, Abdelmoumen Ould Kaddour, said Monday that Algeria still has a large capacity to produce oil and gas.

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ALGIERS-The national hydrocarbons Company Sonatrach and Russian oil transport Company Transneft on Wednesday sealed two contracts for the integrity and security of the facilities of liquid hydrocarbons transport and security.

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TIMIMIMOUN (ADRAR)-Algeria will be able to stop importing refined products to meet domestic needs in 2019, CEO of the national oil and gas Company Sonatrach, Abdelmoumen Ould Kaddour said Tuesday in Timimoun (Adrar).

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