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Madbouly Follows up on Natural Gas Stations’ Expansion

The Prime Minister, Mostafa Madbouly, met with the Ministers of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Finance, and Tarde and Industry to review the executive situation of natural gas stations, affirming that the expans ...

Shell Acquires Full Control of Chinese JV

Royal Dutch Shell has acquired full control of a joint venture (JV) in China pertaining to gas stations in an effort to double down on the Chinese fuel retailing market.

TAQA Arabia Inaugurates First Natural Gas Station in New Cairo

Master Gas Company, one of TAQA Arabia companies, announced the inauguration of its first natural gas station in Al Rehab area at New Cairo in cooperation with Chill out company which is a subsidiary form the Nati ...

AIG, Manaseer Sign A Deal for New Gas Stations

Airport International Group (AIG) and Manaseer Oil & Gas signed a deal to open two gas stations at the Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) in Amman, Jordan.

Egypt Adds 19 New Gas Stations

The Egyptian international gas technology company (Gastec) announced that 19 natural gas stations have been established in Cairo to maintain and convert vehicles into gas-powered ones.

El Molla Announces Plans to Cover Eid Fuel Demand

Butane refilling factories owned by the Petroleum Gas Company (Petrogas) will be operating at full capacity during the Eid break following the request of petroleum minister Tarek El Molla.

Emarat Misr to Open New Gas Stations

Emarat Misr will open two new gas stations in 2018, company head Mohamed Othman Eigeza has announced.

Total to Add 9 Gas Stations in 2018

Total Egypt plans to establish 9 new gas stations in 2018. The stations are planned to be launched in Alexandria, Delta region, and Cairo.

New Indigenous Company Enters Ethiopia’s Petroleum Market

Gomeju Oil Ethiopia has entered the Ethiopian petroleum market with the aim of selling and distributing different petroleum products.

Egypt, Jordan to Sign LNG Supply Agreement

Fajr Egypt is preparing to sign an agreement with Jordan’s National Electric Power Company to supply 70mcf/d of LNG to Jordanian industries.

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