import | Egypt Oil & Gas

Bahrain to Import LNG To Meet High Demand 

Bahrain disclosed that it seeks to import at least five or six cargoes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in 2025 toml meet the rising demand of energy with the start of the summer.

Morocco Examines Options to Build LNG Import Infrastructure Amid Tensions with Algeria

Moroccan Energy Minister Leila Benali declared that the kingdom is currently considering several ports for building a floating or onshore liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility to import LNG.

South Korea to Stop Importing Russian Naphtha 

South Korean naphtha cracker operators are willing to stop importing Russian petrochemical products after receiving the last deliveries from existing contracts this month due to its invasion of Ukraine.

Germany to Build LNG Terminal to Cut Reliance on Russian Gas

Germany has signed an momorandum of understanding (MoU) with the country’s top power producer RWE and Dutch network operator Gasunie to build the terminal in the port town of Brunsbuettel.

India Seeks Long-term Oil Supply from Guyana

India seeks a long-term contract to import oil from Guyana which is located in South America.

Iraq, Lebanon Discuss Imported Oil Details

Director General of the Lebanese Public Security, Abbas Ibrahim, stated that technical teams from Iraq and Lebanon are going into discussions about the technical details of the imported oil material from Iraq to L ...

Jordan Discusses Renewing Oil Import MoU with Iraq

The Jordanian Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources stated that it is going into discussions with the Iraqi authorities about renewing the Memorandum of Standing (MoU) signed between Jordan and Iraq to supply o ...

Private Sector Companies Freeze Natural Gas Imports

Private sector companies stopped applying for natural gas import licenses as Egypt’s natural gas production grew to 6.8 bcf/d achieving self-sufficiency with surplus of exports.

Toyota to Import Natural Gas into Egypt

Toyota is in the process of gaining initial approval to import natural gas to sell to local factories.

Egyptian Refineries Secure 65% of Local Fuel Demand

Egyptian refineries secure approximately 65% of the country’s daily demands for petroleum products.

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