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    comments that the time may now be considered opportune to raise the question of. boundaries between *£atar ... the Bahrain Petroleum Company and Petroleum Development ( Qatar ) Limited, as a result of the ...

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    for h on behalf of Petroleum Development (Qatar) Ltd Cd/- B.V.Packer. •lanager. Copy ro:- Ilanaging Director, Petroleum Development ( Qatar ) Ltd., Ling House, Dominion Btreet, LONDON. E.C. 2. ...

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    by you concession agreement with the Shaikh of Qatar. Yours sincerely. 3d/- T. Hickinbotham. S.V. Packer, ...

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    and comaentea further on the lack -Of any .good grounds for it,* s separation from (^atar and it’s incorporation ... .of .Hawhr, and h& stated that if in the ultimate establishment' of-Q,atar'), Ltd., Ling iiouse^ Dominion Street, London, E, 0 Q. e 2, ...

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    the Sheikhs of 17th o une, 19^f4j mentions Zubarah but contains no reference to Hawar (Bxt ,342VVf). (3) In W Sir Geoffrey Prior suggested that the 1939 decision was unfair to Qatar but did not feel ... 8143/41) * During his conversation with the Sheikh of Bahrein on 9th December last the Political Resident ...

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    become part of che Shaikh of^Bahrein 1 s domains prior to the conclusion of the 1940 Agreement so ... The division of the waters between Hawar and Qatar presents a problem which may have been decided, but we have ... position, should properly form part of Qatar and particularly so from the point of view of oil exploitation. ...

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    is corrupt but appears to read that information from the Political Agent has necessitated revision of ... with the Hawar Islands and the question of the ooundaries of Ba.lire in md Qatar* Clo. % 1 / Bxt *4027/41- Y./,vg CIO. 3 a, J. Skliros, Esq*, Petroleum Development (Qatar) Ltd., Ling House, Dominion St *, if! *0 ...

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    (Qatar) Ltd., and I therefore enclose copies of our letters of June 19th and June 29th ... be divided between the Caribbean Area and the Middle East, Qatar and Kuwait are both of them projects which ...

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    COPY PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT (QATAR) LIMITED Ling House, Dominion Street, London, E.C. 2. 13th July, ... practicable to indicate at short notice a' diepoeal programme for Qatar crude, without knowine whether ... ^ ; ne n--' wx-uh and if oil from Qatar is required Z P SS“S™“ ^ ,nlte f »-«» «• ?-p. p^int, out ...

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    - 2 - in this connection our representative in the U.3.A has indicated as a possible completion date for he shipment of 28,000 barrels of crude oil per day, drilling°equipment ^materrals^f or Construe ting^he SSS Sa «-ps- 1 S1S;.SlSf».r tankage, f ime required at Qatar, I very exp r^nh? ?L ...

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    2^ih Jumi, 1944. )e ap Mr. Skii vo s f In reply to your letter of June 23rd, I should perhaps have made it clear in my letter of June 19th that the obligations of Petroleum development (Qatar) Ltd. ... and the agreement of 5th February between H.M.G. and Petroleum .Development (Qatar) Ltd., and in particular under ...

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    Administrator for War on the Scheme for the reopening of operations and development of the Qatar Oil Field, ... wish to assure themselves that the Qatar structure can sustain such a production, which could only ... of Qatar, whether 20,000 or a larger quantity up to 50,000 barrels per day, I am not sure that we are free ...

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    schemes which have already been put forward. The Qatar development scheme for the production of 20,000 ... is in refinery capacity no less than in crude production facilities, it would appear that the Qatar development ... of the Qatar development scheme is likely to he influenced very considerably h;« any paral c. proposals which ...

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    j.. .j- fcnpOf • C; /V.. AGREEMENT# ■ ,V" / -■ ) ■/ N Between the Rular of nat ar and the Political ... and of a total of 34 other guards, which number includes the guard over Messrs# Petroleum Development (Qatar ... by Messrs* petroleum Development (Qatar) Limited# The object of this service is to provide reliefs ...

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    as defined in Article 15 of the *qatar Oil Concession**. (b) Items (iv) to (x) are not fixed obligations ... to (x), therefore, are binding on Messrs. Petroleum Development (Q,atar) Limited only for the period during which their operations in Q,atar are suspended. When the period of suspension is over ...

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    dated 12th December, 1943* Affairs in Qatar, ...

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    by Hickinbotham on his recent trip to Qatar# Although I had been &war§ for some time that all was not well in Qatar it had not been possible for me to visit the place since my return from Cairo, and ItLckinbotham ...

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    Extract from Report on a visit to Qatar - 25th to 27 th November, 1943* x x X X 4. I produced the Oil Company Suspension .Agreement at once and had the Arabic read over to them and the English compared. No objection being raised the Arabic version was signed and I arranged to send over two more ...

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    and the Ruler, obviously refers to Qatar and presumably we shall hear from you in due course on this matter. ...

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    f n deference to the wishes of K.I4G. fne Sheikh Qatar to^the fulfilqKnt‘o” S +° n ° f thS Company ' 3 operations in Qatar subject ., , ® ' -liii nent o±tae above undertakings". He added, however acceot-fe^thf'^ ... ~ent ""or thTS? 6 ^ 3houJ f, De oetween the Sheikh and the Political Agent or the Sheikh ana ...

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    reason why Qatar was singled out for this drastic treatment was not through any desire to discriminate against American interests, hut simply because Qatar happened to be in^an inaccessible part of ... was shortly coining forward that development at Qatar should be' immediately re-started and Mr. Skliros ...

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    repeated Bahrein and Government of India. Your telegram T/1017 October. Qatar. Matter has now been ... agreement /■'t . ' X will read f, In deference to the wishes of the Sheikh agrees to the suspension of the Company's operations in Qatar, subject to the fulfilment of the above undertakings". It was felt ...

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    telegram No®880 T September §0th»_ Qatar* Presurne Political Agent may proceed with negotiations* ...

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    of the Sheikh* s agreement were inserted as paragraph 3 . of the new agreement. On the other hand, in view ...

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    operations in Qatar. You will now doubtless have seen the Political Residents telegram No* T/820 ... agreement with the Sheikh. Our own (r 6* tj&A. viewfis that the suspension of operations is A definitely covered by Article 15 °f the Qatar Oil Concessio^ and that it is therefore not altogether satisfactory ...

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    the course thus initiated is to be adhered to and something which the Sheikh appears likely to accept ... that there was a certain weakness and lack of conviction involved in the Political Agent’s letter to the Sheikh ... fact,apparent from the Political Resident’s telegram No. 1303 of the 6th July 1942^that the Sheikh had been ...

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    / 3 > received here on the 23rd Auyust, about tne suspension of oil operations in Qatar. On further consideration it has occurred to us that the statement of the Sheikh rex erred. 00 in the last part of paragraph ... negotiating with the Sheikh. If so uhxs would seem to us definitely preferable to the original form ...

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    Programme - the Ruler of Qatar, with Qatar. enclosure. __ \ ...

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    the Political Reside/ to obtain the Sheikh's written recognition of the state of interruption of the Company's operations. ihe past year has been occupied by ©omuunioatiefi®. between the Sheikh and the Political Agent ... The Company have now reached provisional agreement with the Sheikh as to the undertaking^ to be given ...

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    in return for an acceptance by the Sheikh of the point of view that the suspension of operations was justified. But the Resident 1 s telegram of the 23rd July is not very lucid, and I do not; feel altogether happy about expressing agreement with it, or undertaking to advise the Company, without having seen ...

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    v To: Ext.4713/43, DRAFT TELEGRAM From: Secretary of* State Political Resident in the Persian Gulf, repeated to Government of India, External Affairs Department and Political Agent, Bahrein. XXX Copy ... to Government of India and Bahrein. Your telegram No.1615 of July 23rd. Qatar. I agree. Company also agree ...

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    PE.148/11 of June 10th 1942. On the question of Messrs. Petroleum Development (Qatar) / / letter# /force ...

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    within Qatar and appears to rule out the invoking of force ma.neure arising fi.om outside Qatar". After ... operations in Qatar. This would appear to cover suspension of operations on orders from We felt then, and we ... to "occur in connection with the Company’s operations in Qatar"; and that this phrase should not be read ...

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    DRAFT LETTER 7^ To - Messrs, Petroleum Development (Qatar) Ltd., IT y* rr ^ e? T>T^ « TJ /-v King^ Head Hotel, Horsham, Sussex Gentlemen I am directed to inform you that the Secretary of State for India has been informed hy the Political authorities in T the Persian Gulf that the SheikKof Qatar is averse ...

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    of* the Company’s operations subject to certain conditions,^ it is not necessary to press him ... of the 23rd July from the Political (t 1 * /Resident in the Persian Gulf. We agree that if the Sheikh ... of their concession since this Article reads "that which occurs in connection with the Company* s operations in Qatar ...

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    Tivsnslf? t>lon of t\ 4 i ih •< i #> (^S-l^g) from Shaikh of Qatar to the Political AgLt o^'Z AM#* AX, r/iano t ^ 8 * k , y !^ Wery ® ueh for y° ur latter So. f^^® f -^2 1 datj^ 30Ui Hoyeabar 1942 in which you have inforraM me of the contXnuatTbn of what we derrtanded from ^ a Company in our letter ...

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    Translation of Istter dated 10th Habi al Than! 1362 (16-4-43) from Shaikh of Qatar to the Political Agent, Bahrain. ■ . * v 4 c t : * 9 A *0 * Your esteemed letter No. C/432, dated 29th March 1943 has been received and I have noted what you have said therein. I thank you for the interest you have been taking ...

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    Any reply to be addressed :— The Secretary. Telephone: Abbey 7000. Telegrams: “Minfupo, Sowest, London.” Reference^ ££ 3/3 Your Reference: U. ^ 1 'l : y MINISTRY OP FUEL AND POWER (PETROLEUM DIVISION), DEAN STANLEY STREET, u-m' LONDON, S.W.l. 4r' U 9 1 • w> August, 1943« 1943 Dear Luraby, QATAR ...

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    from the Manager, Petroleum Development (Qatar) Limited* Political Agent, Bahrein’s letter Hoi c/1809, dated the 30th Hovember, 1942 to the Ruler of Qatar. Subject. Suspecsion of oil operation at Qatar. ...

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    of' State for India copy to Bahrain« •jtisi/k. X '/four tel^ r ara Rgraoval of drilling equipment from Qatar, Sinoe/ln spec tor General of Communications Middle East Porcefy conveyed the orders to the Company ...

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    Your telegram No. 1976 October 7th. Q,atar • Colonel Hay asked me whether I thought differences still ...

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    August 1942) from the Ruler of Qatar to the political Agent, Bahrain* REC&. p«x sli bJ v' ! J r l I JND!A OFFICE j Closing down of Petroleum Development (Qatar)*s operations in Qatar. ...

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    of letter dieted 8th Shaban 1361 (21/8/42) from 41 ^ Thani * of Qatar' to the / Political ^ent, Bahrain* .0 ... place in Qatar but says nothing about whet may happen in other places. You will sea that no ’force majeurc* has taken place in Qatar necessitating the suspension of the Company* s operations. It can ...

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    1 0 Ext.6003/42. From: To: DRAFT TELBG-RAM. Secretary of State. Political Agent, Bahrein. XXX 1- wnv iq Jopy to E.A. Berthoud, / *** Your telegram No.734 of October 31st. Qatar/ Company agree to concede Sheikh's Petroleum Division, M.P.P. ^ . . . demands on the two points mentioned, subject to tn» ...

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    Lefroy h A.-Menr~(Frenc#r) H. G. Seidel (U.S.A.) R. W. Sellers J. Skliros nv O’ 'G®> (QATAR) LIMITED ... - ^ ° London, S,W. 1. Dear Sir, EXT p f \ r ; •. -Wf V.^1 QATAR In reply to your letter of the 4th instant, ...

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    EXT C 5930/42, imFT LETTER . - Patch , Petroleimi Development (Qatar) Ltd*, King’s i-fead Hotel, ... by the SheiMiof Qatar with regard to the suspension period are in general reasonable and of a minor character; ... arid the Company’s local Manager are agreed upon all points except two;- (a) The Sheikh insists upon ...

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    Bahrain^ to the Ruler of Q.atar. } j be tween 2. Letter dated the 3rd Xuly 1942 from the Political ) Agent, ...

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    repeated to Government of India* Your telegram 10*901 June 19th* Qatar oil* Political Agent reports that he has personally informed Sheikh that under orders of His Majesty*s Government existing wells are being sealed and that company is temporarily suspending operations* Sheikh accepted this position ...

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    Development Qatar should plug all wells drilled, at Qatar and suspend drilling operations. After discussion with Company it has been decided that, owing to isolated position of Qatar and difficulty of maintaining ... East through you, 2. There is no concessionary obligation to drill but Company expect that Sheikh ...

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    Resident to the Qatar Peninsula. ...

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