Features | Egypt Oil & Gas - Part 167

Breaching national boundaries to achieve international success

In 1996, it went against the flow and invaded the drilling market, by being the first true Egyptian-Chinese joint venture in the drilling sector. Maintaining an outstanding record throughout the past eight years has ...

Nuke it

Egypt will go nuclear to fulfill its ever-increasing energy needs. But to what extent will this controversial move affect the oil and gas industry?

Adding fuel to competition

Oil companies' teams have yet to fuel the national football league competitions.

The Value of Beam pumping System Automation

The need to enhance well-performance is driving the growth of well automation and optimization systems. In today's efficiency demanding business world, producers require systems that are capable of more than simply i ...

Knowledge that yields progress on fields

Gas companies in Egypt is the lack of trained personnel. However, companies have compensated for the lack of these professionals by creating their own training centers or sending their staff to external training cent ...

Crossing nations to the global economic frontier

The past few years have witnessed an expansion in the activities of Egyptian petroleum companies to operate abroad, penetrating the Middle East and Africa markets. ...

Tharwa: A Real Egyptian Fortune

Being characterized as the first Egyptian company to carry out upstream activities in the Egyptian market as well as offering petroleum services, Tharwa has kept its outstanding record of achievements since its inaug ...

To join or not to join: The overlooked question

Following Angola’s admittance to OPEC in 2007, the lurking question becomes: why is Egypt reluctant to join OPEC as a full-time member?

On Efficient Utilization of Egypt’s Energy Resources: Oil and Gas

Energy is a prime source of livelihood for many nations and is a cause of affluence for others. In Egypt, energy constitutes one fifth of the country's overall economic activity, a little less than half of the countr ...

Radar imagery offers a slick solution for locating rich reserves at sea

A thousand feet down, the ocean floor shakes. Bubbles of oil and gas burp out. In a wafting plume, the oil heads for the ocean surface where it forms a film less than a millimeter thick and many cover hundreds of squ ...

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