Electricity demand in Egypt has stabilized due to lower temperatures, uninterrupted production, and a steady supply of natural gas and mazut,  according to The Egyptian Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Resources, Amwal Al Ghad reports.

Demand on August 23rd is expected to max out at 30,000 MW, one-percent higher than the maximum load of 29,700 MW on August 22nd.

At its lowest point on August 22nd, demand was 23,115 MW.

In early August, the consumption of natural gas for electricity production increased to 27 billion cubic feet (cf) per week, the head of the Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS), Osama El Bakly, told Amwal Al Ghad.