The Egyptian General Petroleum Company (EGPC) has urged Saudi’s Aramco to provide $300m in delayed petroleum shipments that were a part of a $1.4b deal that was due to end last November, Daily News Egypt reports.

The official said that the contract, signed earlier in the year, was for 500,000 tons of diesel fuel, 220,000 tons of fuel oil, and 150,000 tons of gasoline per month. A senior official with the EGPC told the paper that the final shipment had not been delivered as expected.

The official added that declining oil prices had allowed “for an excess of facilitations contracted by the EGPC with Aramco.” He also said that the EGPC was negotiating with Aramco for another supply deal with “long-term payment facilitations.”