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Egypt’s Minster of Petroleum Sharif Isma’il announced a reshuffle of a number of exploration general managers within the country’s oil and gas sector joint venture companies on 3 June.
Hamid Zahran has taken over from Shirin Ghazlan as general manager for exploration at Agiba, a joint venture between Italian-firm Eni and Egypt’s state oil firm EGPC. Ms Ghazlan will take the position of general manager for exploration at Khalda, a joint venture between US-firm Apache and the EGPC (see table).
Almost all of Egypt’s oil and gas production (660,000 b/d and 4.26bn cfd in April) comes via joint ventures that group EGPC and foreign oil firms.
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