Issue: August 2012



  • Between the Transitional Ministry and the Ministry of the Revolution

    Debts, dues, subsidies, fuel shortages and wage regulation present themselves as some of the most prominent and pressing issues facing the incoming minister of petroleum, as industry experts assure that these problems can be rectified in the space of a year and a half.

  • Petroleum in the Age of the Islamists

    Following President Morsy's first presidential trip to the oil-rich kingdom of Saudi Arabia, many are wondering if Egypt's ships will soon be sailing safer after veering for a long period into unchartered and dangerous waters. Both economic and political instability have strongly influenced the many sectors in the country. Placing the challenging and complex oil and gas sector under the spotlight reveals many questions as to how far Morsy's four-year presidency can affect the sector and what challenges the return of the legally dissolved parliament could possibly present to Egypt's oil and gas companies.

  • Proserv Maritime & Engineering Services S.A.E. Co. (PME) – One of Proserv. Egypt’s Group Companies

    PME - Is a shareholding company, registered and government licensed in Alexandria & Egypt, with the authority to conduct all kinds of Inspection & Quality services within Egypt. PME offers and carries out highly professional surveys and inspection services to different clients worldwide through its network partners around the world.

  • Weatherford Artificial Lift Technology Seminar

    On the 17th of July 2012, Weatherford organized a seminar at the Dusit Thani hotel in order to exhibit the services and technologies it offers to clients. Representatives from the majority of Egypt's biggest oil and gas players were present, as Weatherford's subject matter experts used the opportunity to explain the advantages such technologies provide as well as to engage customers about their own production challenges.

  • Passive Seismic Survey and Applications

    Low Frequency Passive Seismic survey, also called Infrasonic Passive Differential Spectroscopy (IPDS), is a unique technology for hydrocarbon reservoir detection and monitoring from the surface. The technique is based on the principles of non-linear behaviour of multiphase fluid systems in porous reservoirs. It is well-known that the relative compressibility of Hydrocarbon fluids (gas & oil) is higher than water.

  • Monthly News

    News of the month, know more about the recent activities this industry has shown during July 2012.