ASORC

  • MoP Starts Second Batch Evaluation for Middle Management Program

    MoP Starts Second Batch Evaluation for Middle Management Program

    Sunday, 20th June 2021

    The Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources has launched the first phase of evaluating the second batch of applicants to the Middle Management Program as a part of the Modernization Project.

  • El Molla Inspects Trial Operations at ASORC’s Octane Complex

    El Molla Inspects Trial Operations at ASORC’s Octane Complex

    Thursday, 31st December 2020

    Tarek El Molla, Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, reviewed the progress of Assuit Oil Refining Company’s (ASORC) Octane complex, as it is currently undergoing trial operations, in addition to Assiut National Oil Processing Company’s (ANOPC) hydrocracking complex. Both complexes are valued at $3.4 billion as part of the state's and the ministry’s plan to increase investments and expand projects in Upper Egypt.

  • El Molla Rolls Out New Transfers

    El Molla Rolls Out New Transfers

    Tuesday, 22nd December 2020

    The Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Tarek El Molla, has issued a new transfers movement among the petroleum companies to support the petroleum sector with the necessary capabilities and achieve future goals.

  • ASORC’s Octane Complex to Produce 800,000 t/y

    ASORC’s Octane Complex to Produce 800,000 t/y

    Sunday, 8th November 2020

    Assuit Oil Refining Company’s (ASORC) Octane complex aims to produce 800,000 tons annually of all octane types in addition to increasing butane production to meet Upper Egypt’s governorates.  This came during Tarek El Molla's, Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, visit to ASORC’s Octane complex

  • Egypt’s Largest High-octane Gasoline Complex to be Finalized by Q4 2020

    Egypt’s Largest High-octane Gasoline Complex to be Finalized by Q4 2020

    Thursday, 10th September 2020

    The $450 million project is part of several projects aimed to achieve gasoline self-sufficiency in the next few years. Currently, the project’s expansion is valued at EGP 1.6 billion and is expected to operate with a production capacity of 660,000 tons per year of naphtha in addition to producing butane. 

  • El Molla Reviews Three Refinery Projects Worth $2.8 B

    El Molla Reviews Three Refinery Projects Worth $2.8 B

    Wednesday, 24th June 2020

    The Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Tarek El Molla, has looked into the implementation situation for there giant projects including expansion project for Midor refinery in Alexandria, octane production complex project of Assiut Oil Refining company (ASORC), and   Asphalt production unite project of Suez Oil Processing company (SOPC) at a cost of $2.8 billion,

  • El Molla Issues ICT Reshuffles in Petroleum Companies

    El Molla Issues ICT Reshuffles in Petroleum Companies

    Thursday, 21st May 2020

    Tarek El Molla, Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources issued a movement of transfers for managers and assistants of the information and communications technology (ICT) department. The reshuffling aims to support petroleum sites with the necessary competencies.

  • El Molla Reviews Petroleum Projects in Upper Egypt

    El Molla Reviews Petroleum Projects in Upper Egypt

    Sunday, 19th January 2020

    The Minister of the Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Tarek El Molla, asserted the importance of the axial role of the Egyptian refineries in the sustainable market settlement in terms of the availability of the petroleum products and securing the fuel supplies.

  • Enppi Follows Up ASORC’s New Naphtha Complex

    Enppi Follows Up ASORC’s New Naphtha Complex

    Sunday, 24th November 2019

    Enppi’s Chairman and CEO, Ashraf Bahaa, visited the new Naphtha Complex of Assiut Oil Refining Company (ASORC) on November 21, 2019.

  • ASORC and El Molla to Review Production Rates

    ASORC and El Molla to Review Production Rates

    Tuesday, 17th September 2019

    Assiut Oil Refining Company (ASORC) has reviewed its achievements during the fiscal year (FY) 2018/19, which include meeting around 60-65% needs of Upper Egypt provinces in relation to oil products, a press release by the ministry of petroleum said.