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Egypt is to operate project at full capacity within 10 months: government sources
In exclusive statements to Daily News Egypt, El-Wakeel said that work on the project is currently proceeding remotely and through video conferencing.
Rosatom is also providing all necessary protective supplies and constantly sterilises affiliated buildings, while restricting business travel in cooperation with the relevant government agencies in its areas of work.
Energean cuts its budget in Egypt by $140m
The 40km long Abu Al-Matamir – West Borg El-Arab recreational aerial line, which has a voltage of 220 kV, was also completed at an investment of EGP 35.2m. Additionally, the37.5km long, 220 kV El-Ameed/Borg El-Arab recreational circuits was completed at an investment cost of EGP 28.2m.
Regular hand washing with soap and water is an effective precaution and, to this day, is the first step of prevention against catching coronavirus disease.
Applicants should fill new connection form and submit it to the eligible distribution company with the required documents attached.
Mohamed Saad, the company president, told Daily News Egypt that Shuaa will provide its employees with gloves, disinfectants, and wipes for use during their work, stressing that the company will not lay off workers since no bills can be issued with meter reading.
The sources pointed out that those representatives have limited their visits to all project sites since the government announced first cases of coronavirus about a month ago.
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Subsidies in current fiscal year are EGP 33.5bn
Other companies that participated in the tender were El Sewedy, Infinity, Lightsource BP powered by Hassan Allam Utilities, Arab Organization for Industrialization, and others.
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The capacity of each plant should not exceed the maximum load of the consumer’s consumption during the fiscal year (FY) preceding the station’s commercial operation date.
Meetings held with companies providing freight services to discuss opinions
The sources explained that the total capacity of the solar energy stations in Benban, Aswan reaches 1,465 MW, and a few companies that own the projects had some problems in operation and installation, which resulted in not operating the stations they implemented at their full capacities. Some other stations stopped working completely for up to 40 days due to technical problems.
Italian company raises its stake in liquefaction plant to 50%: source
American company offers using hydrogen to generate electricity
Minister of Electricity to form joint committee to settle investors’ troubled debts
Six companies to provide meters including AOI, El Sewedy
Assigned consortium welcomes launching renewable energy project instead
Initial features indicate slight increase in prices, not affecting low-income
Shell Egypt’s total natural gas production level is 350m cubic feet per day, says Moataz Darwish
The sources pointed out that the list of companies that were invited are the same as those participating in the cancelled tender, which includes El Sewedy, State Grid, Kalpataru, Hyundai, NCC, L&T, and KEC.
Investors agreed to participate and paid soil tests fees
El-Molla, Somali counterpart sign bilateral cooperation MoU
Company starts constructing 6 giant mobile tankers with different capacities
Previous price was $2.5/MMBtu, says source
The initial capacity of the project will be 50MW, and then will increase to 100MW in the second phase. The maximum capacity will be 300MW.
Company is seeking to expand the search for oil and gas in offshore sites: Source