Issue: November 2011



  • PSC’s challenging role in fueling Competitiveness

    The rapidly evolving nature of the oil and gas industry makes it one of the world's most challenging and complex sectors for understanding, assessing and negotiating contracts. The legal and regulatory framework of upstream petroleum contracts is progressively changing as the tide of deregulation laps swiftly against the aging protectionist policies of state-regulated markets. Now, governments and petroleum producers alike are trying to adapt to the new way of doing business, though some are evolving faster than others

  • To Whom It May Concern!

    Egypt Oil & Gas Newspaper team has been exploring many of the ambiguities surrounding the Egyptian petroleum sector. Despite the remarkable effort that has been exerted in advancing the sector's potential to achieve international standards, there is still a morbid sense of shared fear and anxiety among everyone involved in the sector

  • Challenging factors hinder better PSC’s terms

    With a 45-year journey in the petroleum industry, whether in Egypt or worldwide, Eng. Hamed El-Ahmady, Group General Counselor of Seaharvest Group comments on the current critical situation and its effect on the petroleum sector. He shares his views about the idea of modifying the Production Sharing Contracts system and sheds light on the challenging factors hindering the gain of better PSC terms

  • Seth Development Project

    The Seth development project is one of the major projects that is held by the Belayim Petroleum company (Petrobel) on behalf of the Pharaonic Company

  • Deep water goes ahead

    Following a year of slow economic recovery, unstable price fluctuations and damaging incidents in the Gulf of Mexico and China, the oil and gas industry is predicting healthy investment in new exploration and market opportunities in 2011, according to a report on the future of the sector published earlier this year by the Economist Intelligence Unit and commissioned by GL Noble Denton, a leading independent technical advisor to the oil and gas industry

  • Fugro SAE: Model of innovation and expertise in the Egyptian service market

    Since 1996, Fugro SAE (abbreviated FSAE) has been pioneer in the introduction of ROV services to the Egyptian market.

  • Monthly News

    News of the month, know more about the recent activities this industry has shown during October 2011.