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nogaholding’s Key Initiatives to Reduce Environmental Impact.
nogaholding is the energy investment and development arm of the Kingdom of Bahrain. nogaholding aims to drive energy development and delivery in the Kingdom of Bahrain through effective and successful portfolio management and development. The Company plays an integral role in fulfilling the Kingdom’s constantly growing demand for energy and supporting economic growth in line with the Economic Vision 2030.Company Overview
A dry dock and two floating docks to carry out shipbuilding.
BJFCO is a joint operation between nogaholding and Bahrain Airport Company.
Bahrain Lube was established in 2009 as a joint operation between nogaholding & Bapco
Bahrain LNG Import Terminal comprising an offshore LNG.
GPIC is an equally owned joint venture company between nogaholding.
BGB was established in 2016 as a joint venture between the Company, Bapco and Greenergy.
BAFCO was established as a closed shareholding company.
Tatweer is a limited liability company which was formed in November 2009.
Banagas is a joint venture in which nogaholding holds a 75%
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The Bahrain Field Oil Gas Development and Expansion Program is a major development project, expected to be one of nogaholding's largest medium-term undertakings.
The increased exploration and development of the Bahrain field by Tatweer resulted in a higher volume of associated gas produced, exceeding the previous capacity of Banagas and Tawseah.
BAC JETFUEL has recently completed projects to expand the hydrant system and construct a new fuel storage facility at Bahrain International Airport (BIA).
The Bapco Modernization Program (BMP) is nogaholding's single largest investment in the course of its long history. The major refining and development project consists of a group of efficiently managed, related projects expected to maximize benefits.
Potential collaboration and investment opportunities discussed between both countries
Quite simply, sustainability makes good business sense. We view sustainable practices as the best way to ensure our business remains viable for the long-term.