The Egyptian Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Tarek El Molla, contributed in the International Petroleum (IP) Week, which takes place in London between February 20th and February 23rd, Egypt Oil & Gas reports.
The IP Week, which takes place every year in February, has hosted a ministerial keynote lecture on February 22nd, entitled “Egypt’s Role in 2018 as a Regional Centre for Energy and Oil Trade”, in which El Molla has been the key speaker discussing the actual steps Egypt has taken to become a regional energy, oil, and gas hub. The minister talked about the available investments opportunities in Egypt’s ongoing projects, pointing out that the IP Week is a great chance to let the world know about Egypt’s procedures and integrated reforms in the energy sector.
On the sidelines of the IP Week, the minister is holding discussions with energy ministers, as well as CEOs of leading companies in the oil and gas field and the financing institutions. The IP Week has 1,500 energy leaders from different countries contributing to share expertise.