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Nadine Abou el Atta

With 10 years of experience, Nadine has been published in several industries and has headed three different editorial teams, each focused on a separate industry. She also holds a master's degree in marketing and a bachelor's in economics.

  • LOC’s Forward Move: An Interview with Peter Baggaley
    Interview

    LOC’s Forward Move: An Interview with Peter Baggaley

    Sunday, 3rd December 2017

    A key pillar to the petroleum industry; the role of service companies can be viewed throughout the spectrum of the exploration and production operations. With the previous volatile climate, the industry’s service companies faced many challenges.

  • A Brief Look into Service Companies in Times of Reform An Interview with John Evans, Country Manager of Fugro
    Interview

    A Brief Look into Service Companies in Times of Reform An Interview with John Evans, Country Manager of Fugro

    Sunday, 3rd December 2017

    As Egypt enters the era of economic reform, industry players have reported different views regarding the trajectory the market is taking, while most expect a positive outlook, the sector is yet to recover from the challenges it faced during the previous years.

  • The Power of Greece in the International Gas Game: An Interview with Constantinos Filis
    Interview

    The Power of Greece in the International Gas Game: An Interview with Constantinos Filis

    Wednesday, 1st November 2017

    In the race to become a regional gas hub, the shortest route tends to be through the welfare of other nations. Experts often believe that international relations and mutual benefit are the only road for region to succeed as a global energy hub. As a central payer in the Eastern Mediterranean natural gas equation, and to better understand Egypt’s side of the pursuit.

  • An Interview with Cyprus’ Top Presidential Candidate
    Politics Interview

    An Interview with Cyprus’ Top Presidential Candidate

    Monday, 30th October 2017

    In the global chess game of energy, international relations tend to have the first hand.  When looking into the power of the Eastern Mediterranean region, one cannot side-step the central role of Cyprus. In an effort to steer away from Egypt’s angle of the equation, Egypt Oil & Gas conducted an interview with Nicholas Papadopoulos, the Presidential candidate of Cyprus and the Head of the country’s Democratic Party.

  • The Complete Guide to the New Gas Regulatory Authority and Market Liberalization
    Interview

    The Complete Guide to the New Gas Regulatory Authority and Market Liberalization

    Wednesday, 6th September 2017

    Often the solution to one problem is through solving another. Since its commercialization, Egypt’s energy mix has been largely skewed towards natural gas; a factor that created an energy crisis at one point.

  • POLITICS, SUBSIDIES AND GAS: A DIPLOMATIC OPINION
    Interview

    POLITICS, SUBSIDIES AND GAS: A DIPLOMATIC OPINION

    Tuesday, 3rd November 2015

    It is often said that politics and the economy are two sides of the same coin. With a clear focus on energy, Egypt Oil & Gas sat down with one of Egypt’s leading political minds, Amre Moussa, to explore the other side of the Egyptian coin.

  • A COIN TOSS: Allowing Factories to Import Gas
    In Focus

    A COIN TOSS: Allowing Factories to Import Gas

    Thursday, 13th August 2015
    Often a solution to one problem is through solving another. The gateway to resolving the infamous energy crisis in Egypt is through the liberalization of the energy market, mainly the feedstock of factories. With priority given to power generation, having enough electricity to feed the local market is definitely the source of the whole issue.
  • A 12 Billion Dollar Promise
    In Focus

    A 12 Billion Dollar Promise

    Tuesday, 19th May 2015
    “BP to Invest $12 Billion in Egypt,” this is the headline that has caused a media frenzy to blow like wind passing through every news agency in the region.BP has claimed the title for the biggest foreign direct investment made in Egypt, and reactions are still flooding in weeks later at extreme ends of the spectrum. After all, besides the headline, little details of the agreement itself were shared publicly.