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    belong to Bahrain and not to Qatar, and it is now necessary to define the line of division between Bahrain and Qatar territories in the area affected. In order to do this with accuracy a detailed sketch ...

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    as the chief local representative of Petroleum Development (Qatar) Ltd. for Qatar. I should mention at the same ...

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    of the subsidiary company . for Qatar, and also the appointment of Mr. Lermitte as chief local representative ...

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    Development (Qatar) Limited for Qatar, and also to appoint Mr* B*H« Lermitte as chief I local representative ... I 1 and that of Mr. Lermitte as chief local representative for Qatar and for the Trucial Coast respectively require ...

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    representative for Qatar and of Mr.Lermitte's appointment as chief local representative for the Trueial ...

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    G.I.E., Ruler of Q.atar, To qatar* The Hon•die Leit.-Col., Sir Trenohard Fowle^ K»G»X*E*f G • o * X • *, ... me that in their opinion the Hawar Islands delong to Bahrain State and not to the State of qatar ... the completing part of the Qatar State on the north side, delong to Bahrain ^tate and not to the State of %atar ...

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    They state that Sheikh himself is anxious that exploration work should begin as soon as possible. Please ...

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    the Shaikh of Q,atar • 2. Letter Ho.C/476 of the 25th September 1930 to the bhaikh of Q,atar, with letter ...

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    (Qatar) Ltd. for Qatar, and that Mr. B.H. Lermitte should in future act as your Company’s chief local ...

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    as early in tne Auoumn ^.s possible. The Sheikh of Bahrain has been rather insistent that the Company ...

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    and of the political agreement with His Majesty 1 s Government. They state that Sheikh himself is anxious ...

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    that the Sheikh of Bahrein has sovereignty over all waters within 3 nautical miles from low-water mark of any ...

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    of Qatar and Saudi Arabia could oo claimed for Bahrein. This gulf is not bounded by the territory ... as and when they diu so, tho sovereignty would presumably vest in the Sheikh o^ Bahiein though it might ...

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    Concessions Limited, and as Chief local representative of Petroleum Development (oatar) Limited for Qatar ...

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    1358 (18.11.39) from the Ruler of Qatar to The Hon ! ble the Political Resident. Subject. Ownershio ...

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    Translation of a letter dated 5th Shawwal 1358 (18.11.39) from the Ruler of Qatar to the Hor^ble the Political Resident. After compliments, I have received your letter No. C/476 dated 25th September 1939 (13th Sha*aban 1358) contents of which I have noted. You have pointed out that the information communicated fix ...

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    The progress of our drilling in Qatar, which llas not Deen suspended, makes a final settlement of the hawar ...

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    Islands and to say that it has been decided that this group belongs to the State of.Bahrein. The Sheikhs of Bahrein and Qatar have been informed accordingly. The question of the line of division v/hich should ...

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    on the description of the sheikh's territory which has been accepted without comment by that Ruler, ...

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    reluctance on the part of the Sheikh to ^ BrUl8h ^^rnment. There! S probably some «orce in the firm ...

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    of the concession, that the Sheikh gives an undertaking to carry out the v/ishes of His Majesty’s Government if the latter, in the event of a state of national emergency or war (of the existence of either of which ills ... to the Company or to the Sheikh. The Company have raised no objection to His Majesty’s Government- acting hy ...

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    CLAUSE ~lo 9. If, in the event of national emergency or war, the Sheikh, on the advice and on behalf of Hie Majesty’s Government, should render the normal commercial operations of the company ... with the Sheikh and His Majesty's Government in the production and delivery of oil to the order of His Majesty’s ...

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    SCHEDULE l! V /x77 (l) In the event of all crude oil cotton under the Concession granted hy the Sheikh to the Company and all the products thereof heing taken over by the Sheikh on behalf of His Ma jesty’s Government 9 (i) Tr±c Company will, to the extent of any refining capacity it may have in Bahrein ...

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    and premises of the Company at Bahrein being taken over by the Sheikh on behalf of His Majesty’s Government, ...

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    in the next draft. 4. I am sfeiidinc cooies.of this letter to Barrett and Eyres. v,- ... the sheikh’s present and future dominions. his has probably originated from Article I of the lease dated 29th ...

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    of Bahrain and Qatar. 2. In so far as a line must be drawn in the vicinity of the Hawar Islands I am still ... no evidence that the Shaikh of Qatar has ever claimed this reef It is true tha paragraph 4 of his letter No-T/S?" dated the 20th August 1937 my predecessor remarked that the .uler of Qatar l^y c i ,Fasht al ...

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    in "this wintar of X937-38 and no protest was ever made by the Shaikh of Qatar. Only last January when ... adrift in a storm from the lee of Qattah al Jarada and was salvaged on the Qatar Coast. I had some correspondence with the Shaikh of Qatar at the time about its return and it is significant that the Shaikh did ...

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    Company, as the client of the Bahrain Sheikhdom, or Petroleum Concessions Limited, as the client of Qatar ...

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    v/ith or an agreement by the Sheikh himself. The absence of the pre-emption clause in the original ... with the other Sheikhs in this area, be able to act through the Sheikh to get what we wanted in time of war. ... be a precedent to other agreements in areas where our status with tne local Sheikh is not so firm. However, v/e ...

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    As regards the draft Schedule, it seems quite possible that HoM.Government might not require the Sheikh ...

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    as are contained in this deed, ARTICLE 4, (a) The Sheikh hereby grants to the Company on behalf of himself and his ... and future dominions, (b) The Sheikh hereby further grants to the Company oa behalf of himself and his ... of the Sheikh’s present and future dominions so far as may be necessary for the purpose of its business except ...

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    the Sheikh of Bahrain (hereinafter called "the Sheikh") and having by the several Agreements dated the 29th ... territories of the Sheikh and having every desire to submit to the influence of His Majesty’s Government ...

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    to the Bahrein Government concern ing amendments to or interpretations of, the Mining Lease or to any supplements ... ■between the Company and the Sheikh those Agreements shall not bo transferred to any other Company without the prior consent in writing of His Majesty 1 s Government. It is ^ understood by the Company ...

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    or subjects of the Sheikh. 6. Subject to the terms of its Agreements with the Sheikh tho Company undertakes at all times to pa3r due deference to the wishes of the Sheikh and to the advice of the Political Agent ... the Company and the Sheikh the Company shall not have the right to use or occupy 5 and shall not include ...

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    if their requirements can not adequately be met elsewhere within the Sheikh's territories. 8. Telegraph, wireless ... of such wireless, telegraph or telephone installations as may be established by or under the authority of the Sheikh or His Majesty's Government. 9. If, in the event of national emergency or war, the Sheikh, on the advice ...

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    event the Sheikh shall not cancel the said Agreement until arbitration takes place in accordance with the said provisions and unless the Company fails to comply with the award of the arbitrators within the reasonable time which shall be fixed by the arbitrators for so doing. ...

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    (l) event o± all or any ol the crude oil gotten under the Concession granted hy the Sheikh to the Company and all or any of *the products thereof being taken over by the Sheikh on behalf of His Majesty’s Government. (i) The Company will, to the extent of any refining capacity it may have in Bahrein produce oil ...

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    of the Company at Bahrein being taken over by^the Sheikh on behalf of)nis Majesty’s Government, the Company ...

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    required to give effect to the decision of the Sheikh of Bahrein to give to your Company a concession ... (sub-article (c)) that the Company should not have a complete monopoly of marketing oil within the Sheikh's ... in the Sheikh's present and future dominions". The object is to make it clear that the specified amount is a net ...

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    to negotiate to cover all their rights in the Sheikh’s territory? (iv) It is considered desirable to include ...

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    by an agreement between His Majesty's Government and the Sheikh, who has not yet been approached in this respect. ...

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    in the Sheikh’s territory. (c) The Company also instruct me to say that the form of the Political Agreement ...

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    Fowle (who v/as consulted during his visit to London) chat the Sheikh of Qatar should be given ... of division to he drawn between the territorial rights of Bahrein and Qatar in the neighbourhood of the Hawar ... as to the dividing line between the interests of Bahrein and Qatar in the appreciated that the operations ...

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    Before this procedure was carried out the Sheikh of Qatar himself advanced a claim to Kawar, and in the ensuing correspondence (vide the Political Agent's " P * (4 Q- letter of 20th May, 1938, No,0/325-1.a/29) ... of Pasht Dibal and to be informed whether you think it advisable that the Sheikh of Qatar should now ...

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    and the territorial waters of Bahrain and Qatar. Information has reached us that the Bahrain Oil Co. has recently ... Island and Qatar, are submerged at high tide and dry out in patches at low tide; other similar reefs exist in the Bahrain - Qatar waters and, as far as I am aware no record exists as to their ownership, ...

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    to the Sheikh of Qatar, informing him that in connection with negotiations which certain Companies are about ... to believe that he, the Sheikh of Qatar, may wish to advance claims to these islands. If so he should submit ... of the letter to the Sheikh of Qatar and explaining that when the latter's reply has been received it would ...

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    Companies and foreign property in Bahrein is exercised by us, and not by the Sheikh; and although our draft agreement spoke of the Sheikh acting on the advice and on behalf of His Majesty’s Government we think, on reconsideration, that it would be preferable as Prior suggests to omit the reference to the Sheikh in the draft ...

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    did not report it before. 3. Pasht Bibal. Shaikh of Q,atar will naturally claim it if invited to do so ...

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    to the Sheikh of Bahrein in Article 9 and the Schedule of the political agreement. The Sheikh’s co-operation is however still required in the provision of a penalty for a breach of the Agreement (of Article 10) ... to the Sheikh and inform me by telegraph whether he is 'prepared to take note of it in an exchange of notes ...

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    etc., etc, , and after the middle of the sentence, omit the words “the Sheikh and” before “His Majesty’s Government”; while the opening words of the Schedule the words ”tne Sneikh on behalf of” are to be omitted. 5. ...

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