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The Anglo-Dutch energy giant saw its after-tax profit reduced to a trickle in the first quarter, suffering from falling oil prices and hit by huge costs arising from its takeover of British rival BG.
US production of natural gas reached its peak in this winter even when prices are low, a surprise for these troubled markets.
The ministerial economic group also agreed to allow the EETC to resume in the procedures of completing its contract with Elsewedy Cables to carry out 358 km-long 500 kV voltage lines
First stage of criticality ensures additional safety, fuel assembly dummies, says plant manager
Norwegian oil group Statoil has said it will store energy from a Scottish floating wind farm in an advanced battery storage system. This is to help renewables producers better deal with peaks in demand.
EGAS is studying their credentials, official says
A recent study found that some biofuels produce three times the emissions of diesel, justifying an about-face in European Union policy in 2012. But biofuel companies say they are being punished based on bad science.
After payment, the rate of the import of natural gas increased 1bn cubic feet per day
The Polish government plans to unveil new legislation that could swing the country’s energy mix even more towards coal and favor biomass energy production over the nascent wind power industry.
Canadian-US Sky Power will carry out the project, government commits to facilitating their work in Egypt, said cabinet spokesman
A French court has fined energy giant Total for using cash from the UN’s “oil for food” program in Iraq between 1996 and 2003 to bribe Iraqi officials. The company was initially cleared of all charges in 2013.
All eyes were on Iran as international leaders and global markets alike root for an end to the flood of cheap oil that’s wreaking havoc on the world economy. But Tehran has stopped short of providing relief.
Weekly meeting will be held with Ministry of Electricity officials until a final agreement is reached, says Acwa Power Regional Manager
France recently announced plans to install 1,000 kilometers of solar roadways. But why solar-paneled roads? How do they work? Are they really worth the cost? DW’s environment desk takes a look at the pros and cons.
Like much else in Libya, the financial system has broken down. Corruption is endemic throughout the economy, while smuggling hard currency and diesel have become lucrative businesses. Nancy Porsia reports from Tripoli.
LNG shipment will arrive to Sokhna Port to connect to national gas grid, says official
British Gas and British Petroleum have together invested almost $40bn in developing Egypt’s energy sector
British companies have expressed interest in investment opportunities in energy, infrastructure, and education
The prices of water pool pumps range between EGP 15,000 and EGP 35,000
The US company aims to establish a factory to manufacture wind turbines in Egypt
Tender for gold exploration to be approved in Q1 of 2016, says EMRA chairman
We target to increase oil production to 700,000 barrels per day during 2016: Official
Crude oil imported from Kuwait Petroleum Corporation helps save fuel in local market, says official
Gas production to increase to 4.5bn cubic feet per day in 2016
The company provided €52m investments in electricity projects in Egypt and North Africa last year
During the previous fiscal year (FY) 2014/2015, the oil and gas demand increased by 0.5m tonnes to a total of 73m tonnes. The share of demanded oil was 38m tonnes, of which 36% was fuel oil, 36% was gas oil, 16% gasoline, and 11% LPG
Egypt will work on increasing its oil imports to make use of Brent’s price decrease, says official
Egypt needs to add about 8GW of renewable power to its energy mix
Shipments of Petroleum materials will begin arriving to Egypt in February
Plus Leasing has allocated EGP 30m to achieve this goal during 2016.