Beni Suef | Egypt Oil & Gas

NVGC Delivers Natural Gas to 173,434 Facilities in Beni Suef

Nile Valley Gas Company (NVGC), a subsidiary of Taqa Gas, delivered natural gas to 915 households in Beni Suef in May alone, bringing the total number of natural gas delivered to the governorate to 173,434 facilit ...

Siemens Completes Beni Suef Power Plant

Siemens has completed the construction of the 4800 MW power plant in Beni Suef, and has conducted performance testing.

Kami Group May Establish Beni Suef Solar Complex

Kami Group is considering constructing an integrated solar power complex in an area east of Beni Suef.

First Chinese-Operated Gas Regulator Station to Start Operations

Egypt's first Chinese-operated gas regulator station will start being operational by September 2017. The gas regulator will be located in Beni Suef and will be operated by China Petroleum Technology & Development Cor ...

Siemens to Connect 800MW to National Grid

Siemens plans to connect 800MW of electricity produced at Burullus power plant to Egypt's national grid by the end of June 2017.

Egypt Boosted Power Transmission

The Egyptian Ministry of Electricity has spent around $238m on enhancing power transformer stations to support Egypt’s electricity distribution network in preparation for the addition of three new power plants.

Siemens to Start Power Plant Trails

Siemens plans to complete trial runs for 11 units at its three Egyptian power plants located in Burullus, Beni Suef, and the New Capital by the end of November, early December.

EGAS Extended Gas Pipeline

The Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company completed an extension of the gas pipeline located west of the Nile and passing below the river to deliver gas to Beni Suef Governorate.

Burullus Started Trial Power Production

A source with the Egyptian government stated that Germany's Siemens will start trails in Burullus power plant in late mid-October. Egyptian Ministry of Electricity will provide the power plant with 500KW from Abu Qir ...

Egypt Paid $2.35b to Siemens

The Egyptian Ministry of Electricity paid $2.35b to Germany's Siemens for construction work in addition to providing turbines and equipment for Burullus power plant, Beni Suef Power Plant, and New Capital Power Plant.

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