Tagged With Egypt
Africa's upstream to feel transition squeeze
21 June 2022
The continent’s oil production will decline in the 2020s while gas production will increase before starting to slip, according to the IEA
Pharos benefits from Egypt’s flexibility
10 May 2022
The firm’s onshore Western Desert asset allows for rapid optimisation based on the macroeconomic environment
Egypt’s gas enthusiasm fires Energean
3 May 2022
The North African country’s appetite for molecules bodes well for future attractiveness
East Med aims to reap renewed gas appetite dividend
29 April 2022
Europe’s new urgency to diversify from Russian supply should offer opportunities, according to regional producer Energean
Capricorn builds an Egyptian platform for growth
26 April 2022
The Edinburgh-headquartered producer sees its basin-entry acquisition as just the start of a journey that could even take it beyond oil and gas
SDX getting things done in Egypt
25 April 2022
The AIM-listed producer sees advantages in the Egyptian oil and gas ecosystem’s ability to get on with the job
Eni’s North African gas agreements difficult to quantify
14 April 2022
The Italian IOC heralds more supply from Algeria and Egypt. But exactly how much remains open to question
Letter from the Middle East: Buyers call for more
29 March 2022
Western countries want Mideast Gulf producers to boost output, but the options are limited
Egyptian independents plan busy year
15 February 2022
The country is improving its attractiveness, but decline rates make activity a must
Licensing round February update
2 February 2022
The industry's most comprehensive list of current and recent rounds for onshore and offshore licences
UK-listed independents get busy
11 January 2022
Shareholder antipathy towards oil and gas is no stumbling block to activity
Egypt celebrates licensing round success
6 January 2022
North African country find takers for eight blocks
Saudi Arabia and Iraq could join the LNG export party
12 October 2021
In the longer term, the two Gulf heavyweights may become gas exporters. But Egypt’s return to the table could be in doubt
Egypt LNG restart optimism no substitute for gas strategy
11 April 2021
The high-profile restart of the Damietta facility has ramped up rhetoric and expectations. But it may not be as simple as that
Suez crisis highlights bottlenecks
3 April 2021
The blockage of the Suez Canal by a single vessel highlights how important navigational chokepoints are for the shipping sector and commodities markets
Licensing round March update
1 March 2021
The industry's most comprehensive list of current and recent rounds for onshore and offshore licences
Cause for quiet optimism in the East Med
22 December 2020
Political stability and multilateral collaboration are essential to fulfilling the region’s economic potential
FID delays boost Mena LNG export chances
5 November 2020
Projects pushed back or cancelled elsewhere could offer opportunities for the region’s gas producers
Apicorp sees more woes for Egyptian and Algerian LNG
13 October 2020
The multilateral lender flags risks of ongoing shut-ins and difficult contract negotiations
Independent E&P journey ‘can be done again’
7 August 2020
Ex-Tullow man thinks that doom and gloom about the global upstream business is overdone
Egyptian optimism
5 August 2020
One of the more regressive fiscal regimes and a generally challenging environment are not enough to dampen United Oil & Gas’ enthusiasm for the Western Desert.
Turkey drills in troubled waters
25 June 2020
The deployment of the Yavuz in a section of the Mediterranean claimed by Cyprus pushes the region closer to open conflict
Egypt’s stability rests on economic gains
28 November 2019
Unless Cairo can consolidate economic progress, upcoming elections could become a focal point for mass protests
Aphrodite feels the love
12 November 2019
Cypriot energy minister Georgios Lakkotrypis issues the country’s first exploitation licence to the Aphrodite consortium to export gas to Egypt
Egypt-Israel gas deal expands in scope
10 October 2019
Gas-rich Egypt may need regional supply to meet growing domestic demand and export aspirations in the medium-to-long-term
Egyptian LNG to return to full operation
20 September 2019
One of Egypt’s two liquefaction plants will back to full operation next month
Zohr soars, Nour not sure
30 August 2019
Eni has said nothing, but early optimism about the extent of the Nour gas discovery has faded
Energean acquires Edison E&P
4 July 2019
The deal expands Energean’s footprint in the Mediterranean, giving it assets in gas-rich Egypt and Algeria for the first time
Egypt looks to LNG quick fix
29 April 2019
Off-take agreements complicate Egyptian option
Cyprus ponders gas monetisation options
29 April 2019
New natural gas discoveries offshore Cyprus have revived the possibility of the island hosting an LNG plant
Egypt lures in IOCs
28 February 2019
The cornerstone of the country's energy reforms aims to tempt foreign firms wary of setting foot in the Egyptian market
Egypt's gas paradox
28 February 2019
Importing gas may seem counterintuitive, but a deal to do just that is part of the country's gas renaissance
Egypt's gas gold rush
28 February 2019
February's oil and gas conference in Cairo attracted firms from around the world for one simple reason: Egypt's gas sector is booming
Hopes run high for the East Med
31 January 2019
Possible major new discoveries, along with rising production and simmering regional geopolitics, make 2019 a year of reckoning
Middle East flashpoints on the horizon
28 January 2019
Opportunities for resolving some conflicts in 2019 look more positive than before, but the region's fundamental crises remain entrenched
Reaping the rewards of Egypt's reforms
7 January 2019
Soaring natural gas production and a tourism revival paint a positive economic picture for Egypt
Israel mulls future gas strategy
4 January 2019
Supply and demand scenarios underpin recommendations on the fate of as-yet-undiscovered gasfields
East Med rides the waves
13 December 2018
Egypt, Israel and Cyprus all saw progress in their ambitions to develop the prodigious East Med basin in 2018
Israel plans to be powered by natural gas
30 November 2018
Israel has set targets for greater use of gas in power generation and transport over the coming decade
East Med's best is yet to come
11 September 2018
The East Med has enjoyed deep water success over recent years and there are new developments to watch out for
Ades announces major rig expansion plan
10 September 2018
The Egyptian firm, while benefiting from the country's own upstream boom, is moving into new markets
Greece presses the E&P button
3 September 2018
Plans for deep-water exploration have raised hopes of an eventual major natural gas discovery, while onshore oil development is progressing slowly
More energy reforms needed, IMF tells Egypt
20 August 2018
The Egyptian economy continued to improve in 2018, according to the organisation, but further measures are needed
Eni hopes for second Egypt gas bonanza
2 July 2018
With production from the vast Zohr offshore gasfield rising fast, Eni is to start exploring another potential play
Egypt wears the East Med LNG crown
20 June 2018
With production rising fast and other East Med countries looking for markets, Egypt is hoping that its LNG plants will soon come into their own
New rigs from old
25 May 2018
Ades chief executive Mohamed Farouk reveals his firm’s formula for offering oil companies rigs at lower-than-market rates
An East Med gas renaissance
17 May 2018
After years of inertia, the prospects for the region's gas finally moving towards markets are improving
Cyprus: long wait for celebration
19 April 2018
The rising prospect of East Med natural gas sales is lifting Cyprus' hopes of finding a market, despite Turkish threats
Sisi keeps a lid on
16 March 2018
Egyptians face another four years of authoritarian rule
Egypt's gas strategy
16 March 2018
New natural gas coming on stream will boost the country's economy, in the short term
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