A source at the Petroleum Ministry told Egypt Oil & Gas, that the ministry will monitor all LPG warehouses. The decision comes in part of the government’s efforts to tighten control on fuel smuggling. Through cooperation with the ministry of supply, inspectors will being to monitor LPG warehouses starting from the last week in next December. The current objective of the petroleum ministry is to deliver the intended support to the poor, in accordance with the plan to complete subsidies reform in 5 year. The source noted that 1.1m gas cylinders will be provided daily to all warehouses, and explained that the amount will be exceeded in case of the crisis.
EGPC to Monitor LPG Warehouses in Winter
Monday, 12th October 2015
Wednesday, 13th October 2021
Under the leadership of the Minister, the committee aspires to achieve sustainable development goals (SDGs) and develops economic, social, environmental performance.
Monday, 11th October 2021
El Molla highlighted that directives of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi are committed to strengthening the coordination between government ministries and the private sector to support the expansion of NGVs use.
Tuesday, 21st September 2021
Cooperation Petroleum Company’s (Copetrole) market share of main petroleum products reached 30% while its share of oils stood at 21%, Ayman Naguib, Company’s Chairman, announced during a video conference chaired by Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Tarek El Molla.
Wednesday, 28th July 2021
El Molla expressed the sector's keenness to establish a successful partnership with AFC, to work together for constructive cooperation in new projects.