Zohr gas field to add 2bn cubic feet daily to Egypt’s production in 10 days
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Egypt achieves self-sufficiency of gas by end of 2018, says El-Mulla
Shell is currently in talks with the government in order to increase exports, as the government seeks to increase supply to the domestic market
Gasification ship will operate at a capacity of 500m cubic feet per day and quantities will increase when needed
Further, Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Tarek El Molla, along with EGAS Chairman Khaled Abdel Badie, visited Jordan last week to increase support and joint cooperation between the two countries in the fields of oil, gas and mineral resources.
We repay the value of liquefied natural gas periodically: Abdel Badie
El Molla assured that no Ministry of Finance budget will be allocated to import gas
Decrease of Brent price lowers companies’ investments in Egypt
“Höegh” ship for gasification will arrive at Sokhna port at the end of this month
Sonatrach delegation to visit Egypt by end of week to negotiate supply quota from 2016 to 2020
Delegation from Sonatrach will visit Egypt at the end of January to negotiate quantities to supplied from 2016-2020
Ain Sokhna port to accommodate two ships, as Port Said is not economically feasible, says Dahi
Decrease gas production and domestic market needs cause sharp exportation decline
The Ministry of Petroleum faced a financing crisis for LNG shipments for the coming year due to the Ministry of Finance’s refusal to provide the necessary financial liquidity.
Government delayed signing with Hog Energi, led to lack of supply during September, says Ministry of Petroleum
Ministry of Finance refusing to provide the liquidity necessary to import liquefied natural gas, says official
By Ahmed Tolba A meeting will be held in the coming days between officials from the ministries of Oil, Finance, and Electricity to agree on a solution to issues threatening the implementation of agreements to import liquefied natural gas in order to meet Egyptian power stations’ needs for fuel. An official from gas holding company …
LNG will not be sufficient to meet actual needs of all sectors: Medhat Youssef
EGAS stopped pumping gas to MOPCO, EFC, and EBIC factories; reduction of 80% of gas needs of cement plants
Egypt has proposed three petrochemical projects to the UAE for a total investment of $540m, according to a senior official at the Ministry of Petroleum. The projects included establishing a factory to produce bio-ethanol from molasses, the output of which would reach 100,000 tonnes of molasses annually, with investment in the project totalling $250m. The …
EGAS has yet to sign with two oil companies to supply 12 shipments of LNG, due to the lack of necessary funds.
A large part of foreign contracting for importing liquefied natural gas has been completed.
Chairman of the Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company : EGAS received a letter from Qatar early Tuesday morning explaining the latter’s inability to send the remaining shipments due to recently decreased production capacities
Port facilities are not yet capable of importing liquefied gas, but such shipments will allow authorities to allocate more of the fuel supplies to the local market.