Bangladesh PM thanks Kuwait for power project donation – Kuwait News Agency

Bangladesh PM thanks Kuwait for power project donationKuwait News AgencyKUALA LUMPUR, Dec 10 (KUNA) — Prime Minister of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina Wazed thanked Kuwait for its generous KD 15 million (USD 49 million) donation to help fund Shikalbaha power project in her country. During a televised broadcast at the site of …and more » Read more...

Kuwait names ruler’s son as defence minister in shakeup – 570 News

570 NewsKuwait names ruler's son as defence minister in shakeup570 NewsGalloway says at this point, the LRT project budget shouldn't increase any further. “We have a contingency fund in this $50-million budget, which will deal with expected delays, and everything with GrandLinq is pretty much wrapped up now. Metrolinx has …and more » Read more...

EXCLUSIVE: Kuwait considers another new refinery – MEED

MEEDEXCLUSIVE: Kuwait considers another new refineryMEEDInternational engineering consultancies are bidding for a 2030 oil and gas masterplan study in Kuwait, according to an industry source. The winner of the contract will be responsible for looking at whether the country needs another new refinery. The … Read more...

Kuwait’s Al-Zour complex to maximize economic return of oil – Zawya – ZAWYA

ZAWYAKuwait's Al-Zour complex to maximize economic return of oil – ZawyaZAWYAThe refinery project will produce low-sulphur fuel oil (LSFO), mainly for the local power plants – ZAWYA MENA Edition.and more » Read more...

Project aims to reduce traffic jam – ARAB TIMES – KUWAIT NEWS – Arab Times Kuwait English Daily

Arab Times Kuwait English DailyProject aims to reduce traffic jam – ARAB TIMES – KUWAIT NEWSArab Times Kuwait English DailyKUWAIT CITY, Dec 7: The plan to eradicate the never-ending traffic congestion in the areas surrounding the Avenues Mall has been given the green signal to proceed after the Public Road Authority obtained all the approvals to develop the road network …and more » Read...

Project aims to reduce traffic jam – Arab Times Kuwait English Daily

Arab Times Kuwait English DailyProject aims to reduce traffic jamArab Times Kuwait English DailyKUWAIT CITY, Dec 7: The plan to eradicate the never-ending traffic congestion in the areas surrounding the Avenues Mall has been given the green signal to proceed after the Public Road Authority obtained all the approvals to develop the road network … Read more...

Kuwait’s summit and the axis beyond the GCC – Al-Arabiya

Al-ArabiyaKuwait's summit and the axis beyond the GCCAl-ArabiyaNot much was expected from the Gulf summit in Kuwait. For the Kuwaiti mediator, the meeting alone was an accomplishment regardless of the size of representation. The crisis with Qatar is escalating due to stubbornness and intransigence. What Qatar did …and more » Read more...

Official: Huge investment project to be launched at Kuwait donor conference – Iraqi News

Iraqi NewsOfficial: Huge investment project to be launched at Kuwait donor conferenceIraqi NewsBaghdad (IraqiNews.com) A huge investment project is expected to be launched at the donor conference, which will be held in Kuwait in February, the cabinet's secretary general said. “The project was prepared by the National Investment Commission in … Read more...

His Highness PM sponsors, attends launch of strategic oil complex – Kuwait News Agency

Kuwait News AgencyHis Highness PM sponsors, attends launch of strategic oil complexKuwait News AgencyNumerous CEOs and senior officials of the Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC) subsidiary companies, and diplomats were also present. Minister of Oil, and Minister of Electricity and Water Essam Al-Marzouq, and KIPIC's CEO Hashim Sayed Hashim delivered …and more » Read more...

Ack holds engineering students’ graduation project exhibition – Kuwait Times

Kuwait TimesAck holds engineering students' graduation project exhibitionKuwait TimesKUWAIT: The Australian College of Kuwait (ACK) held the seventh Engineering Students Graduation Project Exhibition yesterday at Salwa Sabah Al-Ahmad Theater and Hall in Salmiya, whereby students from four Engineering programs – mechanical, electrical … Read more...