Egypt | Egypt Oil & Gas - Part 352

RWE explores the North Amyria block

RWE Dea completed the drilling of a new exploratory well, NEA-4X in the North Amriya Exploration Block, located in the Nile Delta Basin.

Israel spends extra $2.67 million daily due to Egypt gas stoppage

Attacks on the Egyptian pipeline delivering natural gas to Israel cost the Jewish state an average of 10 million shekels (US$2.67 million) a day over the summer months, Israel's Ministry of National Infrastructure (M ...

Apache Reports New Drilling Successes in Egypt

Apache Corporation reported results from two new wells in Egypt's Western Desert that signal continued drilling success in the Faghur Basin and on concessions acquired in 2010.

Turkey, Egypt to drill in Mediterranean

Turkey intends to cooperate with Egypt in searching for natural gas in the Mediterranean, given the latter's experience in deep-water drilling, Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yıldız says on an official visit ...

Egypt negotiating higher gas prices to Jordan

Egypt is negotiating with Jordan over increasing the price of Egyptian natural gas it exports to the fellow Arab state, an official Egypt's Oil Ministry said on Monday.

Jordan, Egypt to sign natural gas deal

Jordan will sign an agreement with Egypt next month to resume natural gas supplies, the Associated Press reported, quoting Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Khaled Toukan.

Eni enhances its commitment to Egypt

The Egyptian Prime Minister HE Essam Sharaf and Eni CEO Paolo Scaroni met in Cairo confirming the commitment of Eni to Egypt, following the recent agreements.

Bloomberg: Egypt Says Gas Exports to Start 10 Days After Pipeline Repairs

Egypt's natural-gas exports to Jordan are due to start within 10 days after repairs on the network that will take at least a week following sabotage yesterday, Energy Minister Khalid Touqan said.

EMG Shareholders Seek $8 Billion in Pipeline Damages From Egypt

Shareholders of East Mediterranean Gas Co. will take legal action against Egypt, seeking more than $8 billion in damages for interruptions in natural gas supply through a cross-border pipeline, a company official said.

Egypt to Resume Gas Flow to Jordan After Explosion, Ahram Says

Natural-gas supplies from Egypt to Jordan will resume by the end of the week, following an explosion at a pipeline in the Sinai peninsula that halted the flow, the Cairo-based newspaper al-Ahram reported, citing Egyp ...

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