Issue: December 2012



  • Governmental Economic Plan and Demands on Combustible

    Following the recent announcement to the press delivered by the Egyptian Prime Minister Hisham Qandil, revealing the country's 10-year economic plan, the country's economy is foreseen to exhibit an annual growth between 3.5 and 4 percent in the 2012-13 fiscal years, followed by a one percent increase on the following fiscal year.

  • Quitting the ”cheaper is better” motto

    The most prominent obstacles and challenges facing the petroleum services companies in Egypt

  • Connecting chemistry with innovation

    Antoine Samaha, Dow's Regional Commercial Director shares with EOG the company's achievements, challenges and future plans

  • Providing world-class technical services

    GL Noble Denton offers a unique mix of local oil and gas industry knowledge supported by a global network of technical experts

  • Liquid Production: A look at the past present and future of Egypt’s liquid reserves

    The 1970s was a period of transition for the Egyptian petroleum sector. The Petroleum Policy of 1973 mandated production-sharing contracts, which along with increased oil prices, attracted foreign investors. Exploration agreements for concessions in the Western Desert and Nile Delta regions were signed, yet exploratory activity during this time yielded few results.

  • DEKA Development Project

    Towards maximizing the usage of our existing resources and increasing the Gas production to fulfill the growing domestic needs, a new development project has been launched recently by Petrobel. The project is targeting the development of both the Denise and Karawan fields in Temsah Concession located at offshore Egypt in order to add a Natural Gas production of about 210 MMScfd, with an estimated cost of $ 470 MM.

  • Proserv. Egypt Group

    Proserv group became a leading petroleum service company in the whole Middle East region; it provides a wide pack of services at a very high level of professionalism.

  • Fugro SAE delivering exports for Egypt with international expansion

    Fugro SAE has showed once again that it is possible to develop expertise in Egypt for use in regional and international markets, translating local market leadership into word class survey services performed with dedication and integrity.

  • Kuwait Energy board meets in Egypt

    Kuwait Energy's board members met in Egypt in October to visit their sites and discuss further investments in the region. Kuwait Energy's board hosted a dinner at Marriot Zamalek, to highlight the accomplishments and future forecasts of the Company, and took the opportunity to network with industry professionals in Egypt. Kuwait Energy's Executive Chairman Dr. Manssour Aboukhamseen, Ms. Sara Akbar - the Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Mohammad Alhowqal - Chief of Operations and Mr. Harry Saul - President, Kuwait Energy Egypt, were among the Company's team that welcomed many renowned figures from Egypt's energy sector to the event, headed by Egyptian Oil Minister Mr. Osama Kamal.

  • Monthly News

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