Africa Oil & Gas: Egypt to slice LNG imports to 80 cargoes as domestic gas output grows



LNG imports slice due to higher domestic production

Egypt is reportedly planning to significantly scale down imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the current financial year as its domestic gas production continues to rise. Continue reading

Africa Oil & Gas: Eni’ CEO and the Egypt Zohr gas fied case

EGYPTZOHRCEO of Italy’s Eni met with the Egyptian prime minister Sharif Ismail in Cairo discussing the future of the Zohr gas field and its impacts on the national energy economy.  Continue reading

Africa Oil & Gas: Egypt To Double Gas Output By 2020


Egypt - Key oil and natural gas infrastructure in Egypt

Key oil and natural gas infrastructure in Egypt

Output from three of Egypt’s newest natural gas fields will boost the nation’s output by 50 percent by 2018 and by 100 percent in 2020, according to new forecasts from the petroleum ministry. Continue reading

Africa Oil Week 2017: Key countries in Africa Oil & Gas Industry



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With a shift towards the introduction of investor friendly legislation, economic reform, and infrastructure development, Africa in 2017 will provide a more stable environment for new green-field exploration, and additional investment in existing production assets. Continue reading

Africa Mining: Egypt awards gold mining tender to four companies

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Egypt’s only operating gold mine, Sukari, is located about 700 km from Cairo. (Image courtesy of Centamin.)

Four companies, including two foreign ones, have won Egypt’s gold mining exploration tender for five concessions in the Eastern Desert and the Sinai Peninsula, Petroleum Minister Tarek El Molla said on Monday. Continue reading

Analyse: The feud between brothers, the GCC rift and implications for oil and gas markets


Shell Gas-to-liquids refinery, Qatar

Earlier this week, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt cut diplomatic and economic ties with Qatar, accusing Qatar of supporting extremism. The measures are of unprecedented severity in modern GCC diplomacy with adverse consequences for Qatar, not least for its reputation as a business and international and regional transit hub and as host for international events, including the 2022 World Cup.

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