Issue: July 2012



  • Hopes: The Sector Awaits its New Leader

    With an incipient new ministerial cabinet, the petroleum sector awaits a new leader, and purview to every individual in the industry is the multitude of stumbling blocks hampering the efficient functionality of the Egyptian petroleum sector. Indeed this sector is one of the few organs of the economy that have persevered during the previous 16 months; it too suffers substantially dysfunctional bureaucracy.

  • Staying Above the Fray: Why the new minister must sidestep the political power plays

    The dominant theme in Egyptian politics has become the political struggle between the Muslim Brotherhood and the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, and all other factions have either rallied under one of the two banners or faded vaguely into the background. It is the job of the new minister of petroleum to keep these circumstances as irrelevant as possible to the sector.

  • ProServ Egypt: Interview with Mr. Ahmed Hashem, Managing Director

    ProServ has been providing a wide range of quality services in the Egyptian petroleum sector for 6 years. Mr Ahmed Hashem, Managing Director of ProServ, discusses the company's activities and the reasons behind the success it has managed to achieve thus far.

  • Mobil SHC 600 & Mobil SHC Gear Product Launch

    On the 6th of June, Exxon Mobil Egypt celebrated the launch of Mobil SHC 600 oil series and Mobil SHC Gear in the Four Seasons Nile Plaza hotel. The new products were introduced in Egypt by Exxon Mobil in order to meet the evolving requirements of the industrial sector.

  • Monthly News

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