Egypt Ratifies Egyptian-Saudi Nuclear Energy Agreement
Wednesday, 27th July 2016
The House of Representatives Legislative Committee has ratified a number of agreements in different fields, among these agreements, was the the Egyptian-Saudi nuclear energy agreement that was inked in Early-April 2016.
Gasoline Med/NWE Spread Reaches a High on North Africa Demand
Wednesday, 29th April 2015
The gasoline Med/NWE spread -- the differential between the FOB Med gasoline cargo assessment and the FOB Northwest European Eurobob gasoline barges -- reached a five-week high Monday as North African demand helped strengthen Mediterranean gasoline while the NWE physical weakened on the back of marginal arbitrage opportunities.
Lybia’s OPEC Governor missing
Wednesday, 21st January 2015
Libya’s OPEC Governor Samir Kamal was kidnapped last week in the militia-held capital of Tripoli, two officials familiar with the matter said Tuesday, as turmoil continues to ravage the north African country almost four years after the collapse of its central government.
Monday, 19th October 2015
SPE NORTH AFRICA TECHNICAL CONFERENCE A RESOUNDING SUCCESS
From our Print Edition:
With over 600 participants, more than 200 papers (from nearly 100 countries), and 27 technical sessions spread out over its three day duration, the Society of Petroleum Engineers North Africa Technical Conference and Convention (SPE NATC) was an event set to go down in history as a resounding success for the region.
Monday, 16th February 2015
Uncertain Future for Unconventional Oil and Natural Gas in North Africa
When OPEC chief Abdalla el-Badri said last month that the world should produce its low-cost oil before moving to develop higher-cost resources, he pointed to Libya as an example of a country with vast unconventional oil and gas potential.