Thursday, 19th November 2020
The Prime Minister, Mostafa Madbouly, met with the Ministers of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Finance, and Tarde and Industry to review the executive situation of natural gas stations, affirming that the expansion of establishing stations for natural gas supply, recharging electric cars, and exploiting the current infrastructure of the existing fuel stations is a vital topic in light of the strategy adopted by the state to convert cars to run on natural gas.
Thursday, 5th November 2020
The Egyptian Cabinet approved three draft laws for three exploration and production (E&P) agreements.
Tuesday, 22nd September 2020
The Media Center of the Cabinet issued a report shedding light on the most important achievements that led to Egypt's economic resilience during coronavirus, on top of which are several milestones of the petroleum sector.
Monday, 7th September 2020
The Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Tarek El Molla, said that natural gas usage as fuel will save about EGP 1,200 monthly for each citizen who uses an average 10 liters of gasoline 92 per month.
Sunday, 6th September 2020
The Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Tarek El Molla, raised the subject of establishing a pipeline to transport crude oil from Iraq to Egypt and Jordan.
Sunday, 23rd August 2020
The Prime Minister, Mostafa Madbouly, had opened an eight-kilometer new crude oil pipeline at Al Hamra petroleum port in Al Alamein worth $100 million.
Tuesday, 18th August 2020
The Minister of Commerce and Industry, Neveen Gamea, reviewed new details of the initiative to replace obsolete vehicles with vehicles running on natural gas.
Monday, 10th August 2020
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Tuesday, 23rd June 2020
The Prime Minister, Moustafa Madbouly, announced alleviating the precautionary measures taken to combat coronavirus and abolished nighttime curfew that was imposed to limit the spread of the disease.
Sunday, 21st June 2020
The Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Tarek EL Molla, announced that the new 12 petroleum agreements on which the cabinet has approved, worth minimum $1 billion in addition to $19 billion as a signature bonus for drilling 21 wells.