Tagged With Egypt
Dana Gas - 'We went in with our eyes open'
24 May 2017
Dana Gas has struggled to get paid for its work. Yet its chief executive still thinks gas in the Middle East will thrive
Cyprus dreams again
24 May 2017
Developers working offshore the island think they may be about to unlock vast new reserves. Taking them to a depressed market will be much harder
The Mideast's gas paradox
3 April 2017
It is home to the world's biggest exporter—and also some of its fastest-growing consumers. Yet intra-regional trade remains thin
Arab summit: Turning a blind eye
30 March 2017
Arab leaders meeting in Jordan failed to address the critical economic challenges facing the region
Cairo tries to calm riled Riyadh
27 January 2017
A delayed and much-needed $23bn oil-products package from Saudi Arabia to Cairo is part of a complex political narrative with few signs of an easy fix
Hiatus mode
6 December 2016
The East Mediterranean needs buyers for its gas – not easy when prices are expected to stay low
Tumult/Reform in the Middle East
1 December 2016
Weak oil prices hung over the region in 2016, a year of more war but also some efforts at renewal
Cairo crunch
11 November 2016
Fast-rising fuel demand is a problem for a country relying increasingly on products imports
Egyptian gas’s second coming
3 October 2016
Zohr is speeding ahead quickly. Does it herald a new era for the region’s energy?
Egypt's petroleum minister: a man with a plan
8 June 2016
Tarek el-Molla believes his country will be a major oil hub, and self-sufficient in natural gas
Missing the boat
4 April 2016
From Cyprus to the Niger Delta, developers hope to add lucrative new LNG capacity. The timing is bad
BG farms into Cyprus block for $165m
23 November 2015
UK producer BG has farmed into a 35% interest in Block 12 offshore Cyprus with US producer Noble for $165m cash
Eni's Zohr field discovery speeds Egypt's gas revival
23 September 2015
The find of the Zohr field offshore Egypt has sharpened keen interest in the gas potential of the east Mediterranean
Eni to fast-track Egyptian gas field discovery
1 September 2015
Italian major Eni believes it has found a lean gas field off Egypt with 30 trillion cf of gas in place
Egyptian government hopes to attract foreign investment
8 April 2015
The government is reforming the business climate to attract foreign investment — and it has gas and oil projects at the top of its wish-list
BP goes ahead with Egypt gas development
11 March 2015
The development will increase the country's gas production by a quarter
Egypt gives IOCs hope despite major challenges
6 August 2014
Despite the major operational challenges they face, international oil and gas companies (IOCs) with interests in Egypt have some cause for comfort
Egypt needs to reform to ensure post-revolution investment
17 March 2014
Egyptian policy-makers face significant challenges - not least stabilising the country's energy sector and encouraging much-needed inward investment
North Africa packs Silurian heat
28 January 2014
The region has plenty of unconventional oil to exploit. Politics is the only real obstacle
North Africa Silurian hot shale has potential
24 January 2014
The region has plenty of unconventional oil to exploit. Politics is the only real obstacle
Cairo looks to increase upstream efforts and ease IOC pain
30 September 2013
With foreign oil companies owed about $6 billion, Egypt's interim, military-backed government must make tough choices as it looks to keep production and investment flowing
Sectarian Gulf book discusses long-term problems for region
16 September 2013
Gulf autocrats weathered the Arab uprisings. But in spreading sectarianism to do so they created longer-term problems for the oil world’s most important region, Toby Matthiesen argues in his new book
Egypt turmoil pushes Brent to four-month high
21 August 2013
Brent oil prices reached four-month highs in mid-August as civil unrest in Egypt fuelled supply disruption concerns
Egypt troubles weigh on BG Group financial results
29 July 2013
The results for quarter two of 2013 were mixed, with BG's half year operating profit 38% higher than 2012
The Middle East is restless due to political troubles
8 July 2013
The upheavals that began in late 2010 have not yet played out, leaving the world's most important oil-producing region on edge
Egyptian production struggling with domestic demand
8 July 2013
Energy production is not keeping up with soaring domestic demand, damaging the economy in the country that launched the Arab uprisings