Regional political developments have proven hugely disruptive for Dubai state firm Enoc in recent years, depriving it of condensate from its two key traditional suppliers – Iran and Qatar.

Things are now looking up for Enoc, however, with the state firm importing its first cargo of Qatari condensate in nearly four years earlier this month. Data intelligence firm Kpler says that a tanker unloaded 712,000 barrels of deodorized field condensate (DFC) from Qatar’s Ras Laffan at Dubai’s Jebel Ali on 5 March. (CONTINUED - 886 WORDS)