IGU

  • Egypt to Host IEF-IGU Ministerial Gas Forum 2022

    Egypt to Host IEF-IGU Ministerial Gas Forum 2022

    Wednesday, 22nd September 2021

    With Egypt selected as its host, the eighth IEF-IGU Ministerial Gas Forum 2022 will discuss the global economic recovery after the repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic and the sharp rise in natural gas prices that the markets witnessed during 2021.

  • Egypt Participating in World Gas Conference

    Egypt Participating in World Gas Conference

    Sunday, 24th June 2018

    Egypt’s Minister of Petroleum Tarek El Molla is participating in the 27th World Gas Conference (WGC 2018).

  • Egypt, EU to Sign Energy MoU

    Egypt, EU to Sign Energy MoU

    Thursday, 19th April 2018

    The Egyptian government will sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the European Union (EU) during the EU energy commissioner's visit to Egypt in the final week of April 2018.

  • IGU Reviews Egypt’s Gas Industry

    IGU Reviews Egypt’s Gas Industry

    Tuesday, 17th April 2018

    Egyptian Minister of Petroleum Tarek El Molla met with President of the International Gas Union (IGU) David Carroll to discuss the development of the Egyptian natural gas industry.

  • IGU Issues a Study on Gas Use Impact in Mega-Cities

    IGU Issues a Study on Gas Use Impact in Mega-Cities

    Sunday, 6th December 2015
    The International Gas Union (IGU) has published a major study emphasizing the immediate importance of air quality beyond the 2 degrees, and carbon reduction debates, while at the same time highlighting the enhanced use of natural gas in emissions reduction efforts.
  • International Gas Union Reacts to IEA World Energy Outlook

    International Gas Union Reacts to IEA World Energy Outlook

    Monday, 16th November 2015
    In its “World Energy Outlook 2015,” the International Energy Agency outlined current trends in global energy and called for clear strategies and initiatives for achieving sustainable energy objectives. World demand for energy is expected to increase by more than 30 percent by 2040, driven by developing countries, highlighting the importance of finding responsible solutions to global energy needs.