Application for a license
- Applications for granting, modification, renewal and revocation of a license shall be done in writing and in the standard form (Templates/Forms).
- Applications shall be submitted as hard copy or electronic version and containing duly completed and signed standard application form and duly accompanied by the supporting documents, statements, information and evidence as detailed in the Prerequisites.
- In case a document has been issued in another language, the Applicant has to submit a legalized translation of the document in Arabic.
- The handling of applications shall be subject to prior payment of a non-reimbursable application fee.
Review of applications and decision making
Applications for granting, modification, renewal and revocation of a license shall be handled as set forth in the following steps:
- GasReg shall review the completeness of any application received within a maximum period of 10 working days and duly inform the applicant whether his application is deemed complete.
- In case an application is deemed incomplete GasReg shall request the applicant to submit the missing information. The applicant shall have 10 working days to present the missing information. In case the applicant has not presented the missing information this period of time GasReg shall be entitled to reject the application on grounds of incompleteness.
- Applications deemed complete by the GasReg shall be decided within a maximum period of (45) calendar days from the date on which the application was notified that his application is deemed complete.
- The applicant shall be duly notified of the decision taken.
- In case the GasReg decides to approve the application, the notification will be within 7 working days and will be duly accompanied by the license certificate and the general terms and conditions of the license.
- In case GasReg decides to refuse the application, the notification shall set out the grounds for the refusal of the application in adequate detail.
- Provision of false or fraudulent information shall automatically lead to the refusal of a license application, or, if revealed after the license has been granted, it shall automatically lead to the revocation of the license.