coal | Egypt Oil & Gas - Part 4

In New First for US Electricity, Natural Gas Overtakes Coal

Call it a one-two punch against coal. As global demand for U.S. coal exports continues to sag, domestic demand at power plants has been sliding as well.

China Releases New Guidelines for Projects That Convert Coal to Gas

China's energy regulator has released new draft guidelines for projects that convert coal to oil or gas, aiming to commit the sector to the strictest possible environmental standards, it said on Tuesday.

Update: Coal and Declining Oil Prices Help Reduce Fuel Subsidies, says El-Molla

“Oil subsidies during the current FY (to end June 30) amounted to 70 billion EGP, down from an estimated 100 billion EGP in the state budget,” Molla said.

Multiple Energy Sources to Bolster Summertime Power

Ministry of Electricity plans to add 3,600 MW of electrical energy in summer

Egypt to Boost Coal Production Despite Un-need

Energy experts said Egypt loses 20% of its electricity energy due to poor and old networks, in addition to a lack of oil and natural gas supplies. Egypt currently suffers from a major energy crisis due to the increas ...

Egypt’s First Coal Conference Concludes: Cement Factories to Use Coal

90% of cement factories have agreed to use coal in their production, the Industrial Development Authority is facilitating the rehabilitation of factories in that regard and in quantifying the necessary amounts,” said ...

China Expands Coal Ban to Suburbs

China will expand its bans on coal burning to include suburban areas as well as city centers in efforts to tackle air pollution, the top energy agency said on Tuesday.

Sisi Discusses Energy Rationalization with Petroleum, Electricity Minsiters

President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi discussed rationalising energy and reducing waste during a meeting with the electricity and petroleum ministers on Wednesday.

Development Authority Balancing Cement Production with Energy Needs

Egypt studies granting around 12 new licenses for cement production within the coming three months, the Industrial Development Authority’s vice chairman announced Tuesday.

$9.6 Billion for Egyptian-Owned Coal Power Plant

The Electricity Ministry said on Tuesday it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the joint-stock petroleum company Tharwa for the construction of a coal-powered, 6,000-megawatt electricity station with ...

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