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Putting the ‘E’ & ‘P’ Back into Egypt

16.05.2017

With an investment-friendly administration in place, growing domestic demand, a staunch tradition of innovation, and huge discoveries in recent years, Egypt’s E&P sector is once again punching above its weight on the global stage. “Egypt has maintained outstanding and long-lasting relationships …

 

Egyptian Enterprise in a Low-Cost Environment

27.03.2017

Egyptian oil and gas companies, as well as international outfits with operations in Egypt, have managed to come to terms with the problems of political instability and public debt; largely through expanding into new areas and adding value for clients. “The [Egyptian] …

 

What Trump Means for Oil & Gas

07.03.2017

The election of Donald Trump as US president sent shockwaves through a number of industries, not least oil and gas. Trump’s appointment of former ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson as secretary of state, as well as his executive orders to revive …

 

Manning the Egyptian Energy Sector with Power

28.02.2017

The Egyptian Ministry of Manpower recently launched the Graduate Technician Training Program in collaboration with oilfield service giant Schlumberger to prepare the next generation of technicians to capitalize on Egypt’s abundant natural resources. “Egypt… is not only blessed with seemingly …

 

EGYPS 2017: Now is the Time for Egypt

22.02.2017

The first annual Egypt Petroleum Show (EGYPS) saw energy industry bigwigs flock to Cairo to hear a resounding message of confidence in Egypt’s ability to capitalize on its hydrocarbon resources, given positive recent reforms and the interest of the international …

 

Italy In Egypt: It’s A Gas

07.02.2017

Enormous recent oil and gas discoveries in North Africa have seen a number of IOCs jostling for position, with three separate players from across the Mediterranean in Italy at the forefront: electricity and natural gas company Edison who have plays …

 

Game On for Natural Gas

03.02.2017

Global gas demand is projected to grow by at least 1.6 per cent year on year over the next 25 years, which will be more than enough to propel gas’s share of the world energy markets to over 25 per …

 

Russia’s Arctic Frontiers

01.02.2017

Already the largest national contributor of gas to European markets, Russia stands to increase its global gas export footprint through the development of a huge LNG project in its Arctic region capable of serving both Asia and Europe. “Despite being …

 

Gazprom’s European Agenda

31.01.2017

Against the crisp backdrop of Vienna under snowfall, the message resonated loud and clear: Russia considers itself as the primary guarantor of West European gas security and the time has come for European political circles to face up to the …

 

Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week: A Sense of Continuity

19.01.2017

The 2017 Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week was held from the 12th to the 21st of January, focusing on renewable and green energy, and the innovative technology needed to produce it. A number of participant highlighted the enduring importance of oil …

 

Bolivian Hydrocarbons: White Knight to the Rescue?

05.10.2016

Long dismissed as an economic minnow and laggard, Bolivia, hitherto much more notable for its harsh Andean climate and tortuous geography than for its clout in regional energy affairs, appears to have outsmarted its mighty neighbours and maneuvered itself into …

 

Argentina: From Red Tape to Red Carpet

27.09.2016

Argentina’s new administration has held its first Business and Investment Forum in an effort to entice foreign direct investment (FDI) into the country. The event was leveraged to showcase the new direction of the government, voice commitment to prolonged fiscal …

 

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