EGAS

  • EGAS, EEHC, Eni’s IEOC Sign Hydrogen MoU

    EGAS, EEHC, Eni’s IEOC Sign Hydrogen MoU

    Thursday, 8th July 2021

    The Chairman of Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS), Magdy Galal and the Chairman of the Egyptian Electricity Holding Company (EEHC), Gaber Dessouki, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Managing Director of International Egyptian Oil company (IEOC), Marco Rotondi, to cooperate in green and blue hydrogen production projects in addition to estimate the technical and commercial feasibility of such projects in Egypt.

  • Petroleum, Education Sign Technical Education Cooperation Protocol

    Petroleum, Education Sign Technical Education Cooperation Protocol

    Sunday, 20th June 2021

    Tarek El Molla, Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, has signed a cooperation protocol with Tarek Shawki, Minister of Education, and Adel Al-Ghadban, Governor of Port Said, to implement technical projects in Port Said as part of the community development initiative allocated by the Zohr field project.

  • DEME-led Consortium Submits Green Hydrogen Feasibility Study

    DEME-led Consortium Submits Green Hydrogen Feasibility Study

    Thursday, 17th June 2021

    A consortium of Belgian companies and the management consulting company, Roland Berger, submitted the feasibility study report on producing green hydrogen in Egypt and exporting it to Europe.

  • Kima to Restructure EGP 6.8 b in Outstanding Debt

    Kima to Restructure EGP 6.8 b in Outstanding Debt

    Wednesday, 16th June 2021

    The Egyptian Chemical Industries (Kima) has agreed with a consortium of six local banks to restructure EGP 6.8 billion in outstanding debt.

  • EGAS Signs Contract for Conversion of 2262 Buses

    EGAS Signs Contract for Conversion of 2262 Buses

    Thursday, 3rd June 2021

    The Prime Minister, Mostafa Madbouly, witnessed the signing contract to amend 2262 buses of the Public Transport Authority in Cairo and Alexandria with a bout EGP 1.2 billion to run on natural gas, according to a press release.

  • Cabinet Approves Two E&P Draft Bills 

    Cabinet Approves Two E&P Draft Bills 

    Wednesday, 2nd June 2021

    The Cabinet approved two bills licensing the Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources to contract with other parties on exploration and production (E&P) activities.

  • El Molla in Jordan to Discuss Ways to Enhance Joint Cooperation

    El Molla in Jordan to Discuss Ways to Enhance Joint Cooperation

    Thursday, 27th May 2021

    The Minister of Mineral Resources, Tarek El Molla, met with Jordan’s Energy Minister, Hala Zawati, in Amman, Jordan to discuss and enhance bilateral cooperation in the oil, gas and mineral resources field, according to a press release.

  • Wintershall Dea, BP get Approx 600 mmscf/d of Gas from Raven Field

    Wintershall Dea, BP get Approx 600 mmscf/d of Gas from Raven Field

    Monday, 26th April 2021

    Wintershall Dea and operator BP could  get a gross production of gas from Raven, the fifth field of the offshore West Nile, estimated approximately at 600 million standard cubic feet of gas per day (mmscf/d). At its peak, the Raven field is expected to deliver a gross production of 900 mmscf/d and approximately 30,000 barrels of condensate per day (gross production).

  • GASCO Supplies Consumers with 61.1 bcm of Natural Gas in 2020

    GASCO Supplies Consumers with 61.1 bcm of Natural Gas in 2020

    Tuesday, 16th March 2021

    The Egyptian Natural Gas Company (GASCO) achieved a record of 61.1 billion cubic meters (bcm) of natural gas in 2020 which supply the consumption sector of the local market and export through the national network, and the electric sector was supplied with 60% of the total distribution.

  • EGAS: Natural Gas Production to Reach 7.2 bcf/d

    EGAS: Natural Gas Production to Reach 7.2 bcf/d

    Sunday, 14th March 2021

    The Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS) announced that it plans to sign three development contracts worth $377.7 million in and complete drilling ten wells in Delta and the Mediterranean (FY) 2021/2022.