Reports | Research & Analysis

  • Overview of Egypt’s Renewable Energy Sector
  • Egypt Petroleum Sector-A Journey of Success

    Egypt Petroleum Sector-A Journey of Success

    Thursday, 28th October 2021
  • R&A Brochure

    R&A Brochure

    Thursday, 28th October 2021
  • Egypt’s Journey Towards Lower CO2 Emissions

    Egypt’s Journey Towards Lower CO2 Emissions

    Wednesday, 6th October 2021
  • Delving Into Egypt’s Jet Fuel Market Performance
  • Egypt’s Annual Review for Petroleum Transportation
  • Addressing Zohr Field Resources in A New Prospective
  • Oil & Gas International Bid Rounds: Between Successes and Potentials

    Oil & Gas International Bid Rounds: Between Successes and Potentials

    Thursday, 3rd June 2021

    BY: AMINA HUSSEIN, REHAM GAMAL, AND TASNEEM MADI
    Bidding processes play a vital role in flourishing the exploration activities and creating an attractive investment climate for Egypt's hydrocarbon industry, which leads to promoting the Egyptian petroleum agreements.

  • Your Complete Legal Guide to Egypt Oil & Gas Market

    Your Complete Legal Guide to Egypt Oil & Gas Market

    Monday, 10th May 2021

    By: Amina Hussein, Reham Gamal, and Tasneem Madi

    Egypt is not only considered as a wealthy country due to its abundant oil and gas resources and discoveries; but also, it is fortunate to have continuous government legislative pro-market reforms, especially between 2014 and 2019. Focusing on the legislative improvements, there were a number of laws, amendments and issuances. For instance, the Gas Market Activities Law No. 196 of 2017 aims to liberalize the natural gas sector and attract investments.

  • Decrypting the Egyptian Gas Legal Framework

    Decrypting the Egyptian Gas Legal Framework

    Monday, 19th April 2021

    BY AMINA HUSSEIN, REHAM GAMAL, AND TASNEEM MADI

    The natural gas activities in Egypt witnessed significant improvements starting in 2015. The government worked on several pillars to take advantage of these developments, including the legal aspect.

    In Egypt, the supply chain in the natural gas market operates under the direction and supervision of the Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources (MoP). The Egyptian natural gas market was first managed by the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC) before moving under the supervision of the Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS), according to the US Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) Country Analysis Brief: Egypt in 2018. Prior to 2017, the natural gas activities in Egypt were covered by law No. 217 for 1980. Under this law, EGAS was responsible for all operations relating to exporting, transportation, and domestic supply of natural gas to different sectors. Post-2017, the situation changed with the approval of the new Gas Market Law No. 196 for 2017.