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Titan Cement Company vice president says reduction of gas caused 50% decrease in cement production
Chairman of EGAS attributes this increase to the accessibility of funding
Hurghada power station was converted to work with natural gas instead of subsidised diesel.
The contract was signed with RWE and Dove Energy oil companies with a minimum of $22.5m in investments
The new well discovered by IPR is expected to produce 12,000 barrels of light oil and 14 million cubic feet of natural gas per day
By Oxford Business Group The start of production at a concession in Egypt’s Nile Delta basin by a German firm has come as welcome news, an indication of the sizable potential offered by the country’s offshore blocks. With local consumption growing, the North African state is looking to balance the need to expand output to …
Agreements are the first to be signed since 2010
Second stage implementation will follow delivery of smartcards to citizens and data entry
Egyptian Mineral Resources Authority calls for government forgiveness of coal mining debt
“Qatar is pressuring Egypt” for Morsi supporter crackdowns, says Chamber of Commerce chairman for petroleum products
The aim of the committee is to study how coal can be used as an energy supplement to meet the needs of the industrial plants such as producers of electricity and cement
Minister of Electricity and Energy Ahmed Emam says electricity crisis was ameliorated by renewed fuel supplies
Minister of Petroleum plans to increase fuel production in attempt to meet demand and address nationwide electricity crisis
Natural gas import agreement between Egypt and Qatar delayed because of “unresolved legal details”
Ministry held meeting with factory heads on Sunday to announce decision
Prime minister in Doha to discuss gas supply and investment issues
Agreement represents sixteenth signed between Cargas and Social Fund For Development
Sameh Fahmy to be retried on the case of exporting gas to Israel
Egyptian National Gas had allegedly asked the jointly owned Israeli-Egyptian East Mediterranean Gas Company (EGM) to cancel the agreement.
The government will raise natural gas, fuel oil, and diesel prices
Former Minister of Petroleum, Abdallah Ghorab, talks to Daily News Egypt about the country’s energy problems and the crippling bureaucracy hampering development
Gas prices for steel, iron and cement factories are expected to rise to $6 per million BTU
Petroleum, electricity and finance ministries to hold discussions about price raise
Companies have been unable to import additional natural gas as a result of the country’s lack of a strong logistical infrastructure
Gas would still be supplied to power plants, households and vehicles
The petroleum ministry is in its final stages of sanctioning the importation of natural gas by the private sector of the hydrocarbon industry. Many questions come to mind as to the consequences of such move, considering the absence of information to clarify the mechanisms by which the government is proposing to implement this policy. Why …
More relaxed contractual terms are needed to secure investors interest.
Newly discovered gas reserves in the Eastern Mediterranean encourage regional tensions and slow down their development.
By Laila Bassam / Reuters BEIRUT: Lebanon is delaying tenders for offshore exploratory drilling as it sets up an oil and gas oversight committee, but seismic tests suggest increasingly large potential gas reserves, Energy and Water Minister Gebran Bassil said. Interest in drilling in the eastern Mediterranean has grown since two natural gas fields were discovered …
By Mamdouh G. Salameh In 2006, American oil company Noble Energy of Houston and Israeli company Ratio Oil Exploration received a license to explore “Leviathan”, a deep-water gas field in the Mediterranean about 130 kilometers from Israel’s coastline. At the end of 2010, the two companies announced that Leviathan contains 450 billion cubic meters of natural …