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The Energy Year Egypt 2022

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“We are witnessing giant international companies such as ExxonMobil and Chevron investing in Egypt for the first time in the upstream domain.”

Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources H.E. Eng. Tarek El Molla

The Energy Year Egypt 2022 spotlights dynamic developments in the Egyptian energy market, from the launch of transparent, global access to technical data via the Egypt Upstream Gateway digital platform to the rise of the renewables market, with emphasis on solar and green hydrogen. Insights from key players such as Eni, bp and Apache feature in this year’s report.

“The Nile Delta Basin is a world-class gas basin with a lot of growth potential.”

Karim Alaa, bp’s regional president for North Africa

As Egypt aims to position itself as a regional energy hub, The Energy Year Egypt 2022 offers details and insight on policy developments and related business opportunities. The report also highlights the country’s panorama of downstream mega-projects, efforts to revamp oil and gas production, developments in the power sector, new models of public-private partnership and initiatives for reducing carbon emissions.

This sixth edition of The Energy Year’s Egypt series provides insight to potential investors on the latest developments and opportunities in one of the region’s key markets for oil, gas and renewables.

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In this report

  • Tarek El Molla: Egypt’s upstream vision

    Tarek EL MOLLA

    Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources

    Egypt

    We are witnessing giant international companies such as ExxonMobil and Chevron investing in Egypt for the first time in the upstream domain.
  • In Egypt, bp sees a gas future in the Nile Delta Karim ALAA Regional President for North Africa bp In Egypt, bp sees a gas future in the Nile Delta

    Karim ALAA

    Regional President for North Africa

    bp

    The Nile Delta Basin is a world-class gas basin with a lot of growth potential.
  • In Egypt, a new reach for CNG delivery

    Khaled ABUBAKR

    Executive Chairman

    TAQA ARABIA

    Gas is becoming a stimulus for economic development and security.
  • Mohamed FAROUK CEO ADES INTERNATIONAL HOLDING Expedited production in Egypt

    Mohamed FAROUK

    CEO

    ADES INTERNATIONAL HOLDING

    The Ministry of Petroleum’s focus is to encourage companies to find new ways to expedite production.
  • Sherif-BAYOUMY Schlumberger Egypt A digital edge in Egypt’s upstream

    Sherif BAYOUMY

    Egypt - Sudan - East Mediterranean Managing Director

    SCHLUMBERGER

    Egypt has a lot of untapped potential exploration acreages in the Western Desert and offshore in the Mediterranean, Red Sea and Gulf of Suez.
  • Lekela Egytp Faisal EISSA Egypt’s wind power potential

    Faisal EISSA

    General Manager

    LEKELA EGYPT

    The issue of excess energy is totally independent from Egypt’s renewable energy plan.
  • Building on exploration success in Egypt

    Thomas MAHER

    President and COO

    APEX INTERNATIONAL ENERGY

    We are designing our greenfield facilities with the goal of minimising emissions, protecting and conserving freshwater, and disposing of produced saltwater safely to protect the environment.
  • Ahmed EL ARABY CEO EGYPTIAN MUD ENGINEERING AND CHEMICALS COMPANY Expertise in complex environments

    Ahmed EL ARABY

    CEO

    EGYPTIAN MUD ENGINEERING AND CHEMICALS COMPANY

    The country has to ensure that the investors attracted are well-informed and help it move in a strategic direction.
  • Girgis ABD EL SHAHID Managing Partner SHAHID LAW FIRM Egypt’s changing energy landscape

    Girgis ABD EL SHAHID

    Managing Partner

    SHAHID LAW FIRM

    We have a great combination as a very old firm with new and international blood.

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