Issue: October 2011



  • The undisclosed cases of HSE failures in Egypt

    Since most of the law violations and corruption cases have been brought to the surface after the Revolution of January 25th, every single sector in Egypt has been tightly monitored by experts to weigh the points of weakness and avoid any future drawbacks like before. The petroleum sector is no far from this criticism and analysis, especially that questions have been raised; to what does the sector respect the HSE regulations? This article unearths the undisclosed cases of HSE failures

  • Assil and Karam fields on the development track

    One of the development projects in Egypt is the Assil and Karam, which are major Non-Associated Gas (NAG) fields in the Alam Shawish West Block, onshore Egypt in the Western Desert

  • Libya’s Auspicious Petroleum Future: Al-Qaddafi’s Fall and the Arab Spring

    Undoubtedly, it was a joyous moment when the Libyan rebels jubilantly celebrated their victory over Muammar Al-Qaddafi after finally seizing control of Al-Azizia compound in Tripoli, ending a horrid civil war that lasted over six months and a despotic regime that persisted over four decades. The future of Libya now seems promising, resting in the hands of its National Transitional Council (NTC), which acted as the political 'face' of the revolution, and currently serves as Libya's interim government.

  • IBM celebrates A decade of technological excellence and innovation

    IBM has founded its reputation over its long journey as the lead in the world of IT solutions and services worldwide. IBM Egypt has been an integral partner to the Egyptian Society and has led the technological development path in the country. Seizing the occasion of celebrating 100-year anniversary, Eng. Amr Talaat, General Country Manager, IBM Egypt shares with Egypt Oil & Gas his vision and IBM future plan.

  • Monthly News

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