The World Food Programme (WFP) is committed to assist Yemen's efforts aiming to address the food shortage problem, the WFP Regional Director said Thursday.
Oil companies in Yemen's Hadramout and Shabwa provinces, including the main gas export facility at Belhaf, have suspended operations amid protests over the seizure of a presidential aide by Shi'ite
The governor of Yemen's Shabwa province warned Sunday that oil companies will turn off their taps at midnight unless Shiite militiamen in control of the capital free a presidency official.
Austrian energy group OMV wants to boost its oil output from Yemen by half if conditions allow, a senior executive told Reuters on Tuesday.
Yemen's Aden Refinery Company is seeking 900,000 tonnes of gasoil and gasoline for delivery in February to April, continuing its purchases since Saudi Arabia suspended most of its financial aid to
Work is under way at the Yemeni Ministry of Telecommunications and Information Technology to modernise and upgrade Internet service by increasing the country's international bandwidth, modernising
Oil and gas reserves and facilities in Yemen’s main oil and gas hub are “in danger,” according to the governor of the Ma’rib province, as the Houthi movement continues its attempts to advance on th
Yemen will need 12 years and 10 months to be able to spend the rest of pledges made in Riyadh and New York Donors' Conferences, said the Executive Bureau to Accelerate Absorption of Donors' Pledges
CALGARY—The Canadian unit of China National Offshore Oil Corp., or Cnooc, said Sunday it has halted oil production in Yemen due to an unspecified “security threat” to its personnel in the Arabian c
Al-Qaeda militants have declared that buildings belonging to French energy producer Total in Yemen are "legitimate targets" for their operations.