Egypt Industry Articles & Analysis

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The single largest structural shift in the last decade’s global energy markets, the emerging output of shale gas and oil in the US, is having its most disruptive effect on African oil producers. The US’s reliance on African exporters, which reached a peak of 20.34% of US oil imports in 2007, has sharply reversed as domestic sources of similar...

 

What opportunities will plans to boost electricity production create for private sector investors?

 

What trends do you see in terms of demand for fuels and lubricants in Egypt? EL AMROUSSY: Egypt has witnessed a steady economic recovery since mid-2014 – evident throughout a number of different sectors in the economy, and led by the launch of several mega-projects – which in turn has translated into positive trends in terms of...

 

Egypt is one of the oldest energy producers in the Middle East, with a history of commercial oil production dating back more than a century. The country benefits from low production costs and a relatively large volume of both onshore and offshore oil and gas fields. Developed infrastructure has allowed the country in past decades to maintain a...

 

A $9bn deal inked in Egypt will give a substantial boost to the country’s electricity generation capacity, helping the government address power shortages and support a growing population and economy. On June 3, 2015 German industrial conglomerate Siemens agreed a deal to supply gas and wind power plants that will add 50% − or 16.4 GW − to...

 

With a rapidly growing population of 80m people and a host of major energy-intensive industrial facilities, Egypt requires a large supply of power to maintain growth. Ensuring this steady production has been problematic since the end of the Mubarak era, and after several incidences of load shedding over the past few years – the legacy of...