Optimizing Egypt’s Fuel Distribution Scheme
Tuesday, 9th February 2016
Drivers of cars, taxis, micro buses, and trucks know the drill by heart. Line up in front of a petrol station, wait for hours, fill up your tank, and drive away. Fuel shortage crises in Egypt erupted on countless occasions in the last few years. The government seems in denial that these crises are genuine; reflecting on deficiencies in the country’s downstream sector. Yet, it has started implementing a new fuel distribution system. The government awaits its new smart cards scheme to do the trick, and generate a massive improvement in fuel supplies to end customers.
CHANGE; BUT FOR BETTER? What Egypt’s Shift in Energy Policy Means for the Future
Tuesday, 3rd February 2015
A famous Japanese proverb states, “The bamboo that bends is stronger than the oak that resists.” If there is any entity that has taken this advice to heart, surely it is the Egyptian energy sector.