Across the Technological Horizon: R&D Solutions for Egypt’s Downstream Sector
Tuesday, 9th February 2016
Global technological breakthroughs in nano-applications are accelerating in the post-production or downstream sector of the oil industry. Egypt desperately needs to utilize these advances to solve many of its outlying economic problems related to the petroleum industry. The question is whether the scientific and industrial infrastructure of the country is suited for riding this technological wave that encompasses everything from petrochemicals to refining to midstream and even upstream.
REPAVING THE WAY FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH: INVESTMENT CLIMATE IN EGYPT
Thursday, 2nd July 2015
In Egypt’s Economic Development Conference, President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi gave a strong message to the international community: Egypt is back on track, stable and ready to receive investors. After four years of political turmoil, the government is making a vehement effort to redeem Egypt’s image on the international stage by introducing energy and fiscal reforms. In recent months, the president has toured European countries, finalizing investment deals and rallied billions in aid from Gulf States. As the country stabilizes and the economy recuperates, the government is moving to create a safe and attractive investment climate for private and foreign investors.