ADNOC attracts 19 billion dollars in 3 years

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Foreign capital Quietly and successfully, after ADNOC’s business centered on reform, development, modernization and attracting foreign investment.

She made ADNOC Which provides nearly 3 percent of global oil demand, by entering into an agreement with "Black Rock", The world’s largest fund manager with a company "KKR" American investment.

ADNOC also sold stakes in part of the infrastructure for oil pipelines and refining facilities, according to Emirates News Agency. "And mother".

Dmitry Marchenko, an analyst, says Fitch For credit rating: "At a time when the national oil companies are seeking to apply the business model of the major international oil companies through expanding downstream operations; refining, petrochemicals, and trade, the financing strategies differ.".

Marinchenko says: "ADNOC adopts advanced financing mechanisms to finance its projects, including the sale of minority stakes in some of the group’s companies".

He added "ADNOC adopts an open approach to cooperation with international partners, through the establishment of strategic partnerships".

Halima Croft, head of commodity strategy, says "R. In me. C. For capital markets": "The big challenge is uncertainty about the future prospects for oil, and a closer look at the energy companies ’business worldwide due to climate change.".

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The report indicated that the company is attracting Foreign capital Quietly and successfully, after ADNOC’s business centered on reform, development, modernization and attracting foreign investment.

She made ADNOC Which provides nearly 3 percent of global oil demand, by entering into an agreement with Black Rock, the world’s largest fund manager, and with the US investment firm KKR.

ADNOC has also sold stakes in part of the infrastructure for oil pipelines and refining facilities, according to Emirates News Agency (WAM).

Dmitry Marchenko, an analyst, says Fitch For the credit rating: “While the national oil companies seek to apply the business model of the major international oil companies through expanding downstream operations; refining, petrochemicals, and trade, the financing strategies differ.”

“ADNOC is adopting advanced financing mechanisms to finance its projects, including the sale of minority stakes in some of the group’s companies,” says Marinchenko.

“ADNOC adopts an open approach to cooperation with international partners, through establishing strategic partnerships.”

“The big challenge is the uncertainty about the future outlook for oil, and the closer look at the energy companies’ business around the world due to climate change,” says Halima Croft, head of commodities strategy at RBC Capital Markets.



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