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Eni, Tharwa to dig Noor Field within 1 week

Thu, Sep. 20, 2018
CAIRO – 20 September 2018: Italian Company Eni and Egyptian Tharwa Company will start digging the first exploratory well in Noor Field in Northern Sinai within a week, an official at the Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS) told Reuters.

In August, Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Tarek el-Molla signed an oil agreement with Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (Egas), Tharwa Petroleum Company and Italian Company Eni in Noor marine area in the Mediterranean Sea to drill two wells with a total investment of $105 million.

Egypt has recently signed several oil agreements for the exploration of oil and gas in several areas, including the Mediterranean, Western desert, Nile Delta and the Gulf of Suez.

The number of signed petroleum agreements reached 88 new agreements since 2014 and the authority is working on signing 13 new agreements.

In fiscal year 2018/2019, the targeted investments in petroleum sector are estimated at LE 145.6 billion ($8.12 billion), marking 15.5 percent of the total investments of the year.
Natural gas investments represent 91 percent of petroleum investments which amount to LE 132.8 billion.

Egypt aims to invest LE 145.6B in petroleum sector during 2018/19

CAIRO - 29 August 2018: In fiscal year 2018/2019, the targeted investments in petroleum sector are estimated at LE 145.6 billion ($8.12 billion), marking 15.5 percent of the total investments of the year. Natural gas investments represent 91 percent of petroleum investments which amount to LE 132.8 billion.




Egypt’s production of natural gas increased in December 2017 to reach 3.4 million tons, up from 2.7 million tons in December 2016.

Egypt’s gas production currently stands at 5.5 billion cubic feet a day, after adding some 1.6 million cubic feet as a result of starting production from the recent projects.

The country's total natural gas consumption is about 6 billion cubic feet per day, of which roughly 65 percent goes to the electricity sector.
 
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