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El Molla Discusses Petrochemical Complex Project Plan with Honeywell

Tarek El Molla, Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, received a delegation from the International Honeywell Corporation specialized in providing technical support for petroleum projects, headed by Rajeev Gautam, President and CEO of Honeywell Performance Materials and Technologies (PMT), to review steps that will be implemented in the Red Sea Petrochemical Complex project after signing a land allocation contract in Ain Sokhna, according to a press release.

El Molla Inspects National Projects in Ain Sokhna

The Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Tarek El Molla, examined Sonker’s project as well as the Red Sea petrochemical complex in Ain Sokhna.

Egypt Invests $11 B in Ain Sokhna Petrochemical Complex

The complex is considered to be the biggest petrochemical project in the Middle East with an investment cost of $10.8 billion.

Government Signs Contracts for $10.9B Petrochemical Complex

The Egyptian cabinet signed contracts on June 30 with the Cairo-based Carbon Holdings to build a $10.9 billion petrochemical complex.

Liquid Bulk Terminal to Receive $500M in Financing

Sonker Bunkering Company and DP World finalized $500 million in financing for a liquid bulk terminal at Ain Sokhna.

Petrojet Completes First Module for Ain Sokhna Platform

Petrojet completed the first module for the offshore platform at Ain Sokhna.

El Molla Visits Sumed’s LNG Platform

Egyptian Minister of Petroleum visited the liquefied natural gas (LNG) recipient platform and related facilities owned by Arab Petroleum Pipelines Company (SUMED) to follow up on the experimental work in the platform and facilities located in Ain Sokhna Port.

Schneider to Supply Electrical Equipment to Ain Sokhna Complex

France's Schneider Electric was contracted to supply and install all the electrical equipment of nine factories in the phosphate fertilizers complex in Ain Sokhna. Executive works were awarded to three contractors from China, Spain, and Italy.

Siemens: 25% of Egypt’s Energy to Come from Solar Power by 2030

Egypt is expected to depend 25% on solar power by 2030, Siemens' President for Renewable Energy in Egypt and Head of Wind Power Middle East, Emad Ghaly, said.

Egypt’s Second FSRU Arrives in Ain Sokhna

The second Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU) arrived in the Egyptian port of Ain Sokhna, Reuters reported.

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