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A veritable who’s who of energy ministers and IOC executives descended on Cairo this week to attend the 2nd annual Egypt Petroleum Show (EGYPS) as Egypt intensifies efforts to attract investment in its hydrocarbons industry. The country has been reeling since the 2011 Arab Spring revolutions which scared off investors. Petroleum Minister Tarek El Molla was keen to highlight the success of Italian firm Eni and the UK’s BP which have together brought on 2.5bn cfd of gas over the last 19 months, 45% of current 5.5bn cfd gas output.
“Between November 2013 and December 2017, the country signed 83 E&P agreements, with minimum investments of $15.5bn, which included massive discoveries that promoted a game change on the Egyptian oil and gas market,” the minister says. (CONTINUED - 2208 WORDS)
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|chart||Egypt's Gas Balance: Key Start-Ups May Give Egypt A Gas Surplus From Late-2018. But With A Threadbare Project Pipeline Post-2019 This May Not Last (Bn Cfd)|
|table||Egypt's Gas Price* ($/mn BTU)|