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Mohamed S. Khedr

An Egyptian journalist with four years of market research experience, two years of economic editorial experience focusing on Egypt and the MENA region. He hold a Bachelor degree in Petroleum Engineering from Suez Canal University.

  • Amidst Dreams of Self-Sufficiency What will Happen to Egypt’s FSRUs?
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    Amidst Dreams of Self-Sufficiency What will Happen to Egypt’s FSRUs?

    Sunday, 12th November 2017

    The usage of Floating Storage Regasification Units (FSRUs) has been an asset for Egypt’s natural gas imports since 2015, when the country downgraded its position as a natural gas exporter to a net importer. Recent discoveries, however, forecast an output boom that will enable Egypt to entirely cover its domestic demand with local supply by late 2018. The expected rupture with natural gas imports and the prospects of regaining its position as an exporter led the natural gas industry to rethink FSRUs’ usage, looking at it as an essential tool to help Egypt become a regional energy hub.

  • A Look into the Immediate Impact of Zohr on Egypt’s LNG Import Bill
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    A Look into the Immediate Impact of Zohr on Egypt’s LNG Import Bill

    Sunday, 5th November 2017

    As Egypt’s famous mega gas field Zohr nears its official production date, many speculations revolve around how soon it will begin to impact the local market behavior, and more importantly, the national import bill.