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A connection will be made between the Congolese and Egyptian dam, says undersecretary of electricity ministry
EGAS seeks to encourage foreign partners to produce gas from Egyptian fields, company official said.
Government drafts document obliging Toshka development companies to finish within 3 years or face land withdrawal
OPEC’s latest loan brings the total amount of fund provided by the international organisation to Egypt to $450m
The project will include the creation of a transmission line to transfer gas between the two countries at peak times for each country at a maximum of 3,000 MW.
Israeli military concludes that Israeli soldier suspected to have been captured in Gaza is dead
UN body says a new humanitarian pause is “urgently needed”
Fuel station deficit worth 6m cubic metres of gas and equivalent daily
IDA is looking to categorise factories by energy consumption in order to approve industry projects that do not need large amounts of electricity
Energy expert Mohamed El-Sobky says if natural gas supplies to power stations do not increase, power outages will continue
Plant’s capacity would stand at 2 MW
Misr Al Qawia criticises decision, Al-Nour Party calls for transparency and improved methodology, while Socialist Popular Alliance proposes alternate
Measures to boost economy include reforming taxes and wages, adjusting prices and cutting fuel and electricity subsidies
Amnesty International said last week that Egypt is witnessing a “catastrophic” decline in human rights. Indeed, human rights conditions in Egypt are currently a disaster, but the “catastrophe” Egyptians are witnessing these days is all-encompassing. On Friday, the government announced an increase in fuel prices – a step every government has struggled to take and …
Government increased petroleum product prices Saturday after cutting subsidies
Ministry of Finance plans to submit bill to amend wage system for cabinet
The increase allocated to the ministry amounts to approximately EGP 14bn and will not be sufficient to pay the value of fuel after amending the price to $3 per million BTUs compared to the previous $1.85
70% of Egypt’s gas production pumped to power stations through Ramadan, senior official says
“The state will provide financial allocations to import gas for electricity through any possible means,” says Ismail
Swiss electrical hopes to raise sales in Egyptian market by 10% to EGP 2bn by the end of 2014
Abdel Nour to handle SMEs while Al-Araby takes on administrative development
A large part of foreign contracting for importing liquefied natural gas has been completed.
Budget witnesses major changes in health, education, electricity and petroleum products subsidies.
EGAS president says shipments will meet electricity demand for two and a half months
Egypt looking to secure gas supply during the coming years to keep its power plants running
Prime minister denies reports that Suez would be transferred to the authority of Cairo governorate
The government will rely on loans and grants from Gulf countries to fund the deficit, says head of the Egyptian Electric Utility and Consumer Protection Regulatory Agency
EGAS to no longer pump gas to EDCO factory
Ministers call on Egyptians to reduce electricity consumption during peak hours
Industry minister says that starting next June, new air conditioning system will be adopted with the aim of rationing electricity consumption