Germany

NOVATEk Launches First Carbon-Neutral LNG Fuel Station in Germany

Russian NOVATEK Green Energy announced that it has launched its first carbon- neutral LNG fuel station in Rostock at Germany.

Germany to Build a 30 MW Hydrogen Electrolysis Plant

Companies involved in a hydrogen plant at Heide oil refinery near Hamburg announced that they would build a 30 megawatts (MW) electrolysis plant achieving its plan to develop commercial-scale carbon- free energy.

El Molla, Nunn Discuss Oil, Gas Areas of Cooperation

The Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Tarek El Molla received Cyrill Nunn, the German Ambassador to Egypt, following the assumption of Nunn’s new position in Egypt.

Egypt, Germany to Discuss Petrochemical Projects

Egypt discusses cooperation with German technological companies to develop petrochemical and refining complexes.

Egypt, Germany Sign Economic Partnership

The partnership enhances cooperation in the field of low carbon emission through boosting cooperation in renewable energy and energy efficiency.

Germany to Extend $250M Loan to Egypt

The German government will provide a $250 million loan next year to help finance Egypt’s budget

Sisi: Egypt Aims to Become Europe’s Regional Energy Hub

President EL Sisi said that Egypt seeks to become a regional and global hub for energy generation, transmission, and distribution to Europe.

Bilfinger’s Omani JV Wins PDO Extension Contract

Germany-based Bilfinger said its Oman joint venture (JV) has won an extension of its contract to provide engineering and maintenance services to oil and gas company Petroleum Development Oman (PDO).

Morocco Got $38m towards Sustainable Energy

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), Agence Française de Development (AFD), and the European Investment Bank (EIB) will provide $38m to support Morocco's sustainable energy developments.

International Group to Study Egypt’s $3.3b Solar Project

The Egyptian Minister of International Cooperation, Sahar Nasr, stated that during August, a consortium of the World Bank, the African Development Bank, in addition to German and French institutions will finalize the feasibility study of developing a 1000 MW solar plant and a facility for manufacturing solar panels, both projects worth a combined $3.3b, on loan from China.

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