Electricity Production | Egypt Oil & Gas

Lekela Power Targets to Invest $2 billion in Egypt

Lekela Power’s CEO, Chris Antonopoulos, announced that the company plans to double its electricity production from renewable energy four times by investing $6 billion by 2026 dedicating $2 billion to invest in Egy ...

Electricity Output Jumps by 7.3% YOY in May

Egyptian electricity production jumped by 7.3% year-on-year (YOY) in May 2018, generating 17.7 megawatts per hour (MWh) compared to 16.5 MWh in May 2017.

Egypt’s Gas Flaring Can Cover 5% Electricity Production

Egypt's gas flaring is enough to cover 5% of domestic electricity production, Director and Head of Natural Resources at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), Eric Rasmussen, stated.

Gas-Powered Plants Increase Electricity Output by 22%

Electricity production from gas-powered plants increased by approximately 2,597 gigawatts (GW) per hour to reach 14,409 GW per hour during July.

Egypt’s Electricity Ministry to Pay EGP 700m of Fuel Arrears

Egypt's Ministry of Electricity is set to pay EGP700m to the Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources.

Electricity Ministry Completes 80% of Production Units Maintenance

Sources at Egypt's Electricity Ministry said that the Egyptian Electricity Holding Company (EEHC) has completed 80% of the sheer annual maintenance of production units at the national level to cope with the loads exp ...

Egypt to Consider Waste-to-Energy Tariff

The Egyptian Government is considering to increase the waste-to-energy purchasing tariff from the specified EGP 0.92 in order to attract more investors.

Nigeria to Consider Shutting Its Biggest Power Station

Nigeria might shutdown the nation’s largest power station amid liquidity and gas supply issues threatening operations at the facility.

Power Africa to Get $1b in US Aid

More than $1b in debt and financing commitments from US agencies and private investors under Africa energy initiative, Power Africa, have been finalized.

Beni Suef Plant to Generate 800 MW by November

The Egyptian Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy agreed with Germany’s Siemens to run two electricity production units in the Beni Suef power plant, with a capacity of 800 MW, by November 2016.

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