March 15, 2019 | The Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington
There was a time when the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company was a traditional national oil company, producing and selling oil and gas through long-term contracts and controlling all its upstream, midstream, and downstream operations. Its foreign joint venture partners were the big multinational oil companies – Shell, Total, BP, and ExxonMobil. But in recent years, the company has put in motion a rapid transformation program under a new, dynamic leadership structure.
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