Monday, 12th January 2015
When Natural Gas Is Not Enough: Diversifying Egypt’s Energy Mix
Egypt’s smothering summer months are old news, at least until May creeps back into our calendars. Yet the country’s worst energy crisis in decades continues to make the headlines. The second half of 2014 experienced plaguing power outages across the city, struggles to repay rising government debt, lagging foreign investment and a race to match natural gas production with domestic energy demand – all while juggling presidential elections, fuel subsidy reforms and a vulnerable industrial sector.