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Egyptian Cabinet approves $200mln in new petroleum agreements

The agreements include a commitment for natural gas and crude oil exploration and production in the North Bur Fuad Marine area of the Mediterranean Sea. This involves Egypt, EGAS, and IEOC Production B.V The Egyptian Cabinet, led by Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly, provisionally approved five petroleum commitment agreements during its first meeting on Tuesday. These agreements, expected to generate roughly $200m in investments, involve the Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS), the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC), and a consortium of international and domestic companies. The agreements include a commitment for natural gas and crude oil exploration and production in the North Bur Fuad Marine area of the Mediterranean Sea. This involves Egypt, EGAS, and IEOC Production B.V. Another agreement focuses on the exploration and production of natural gas and crude oil in the South Nour Marine area of the Mediterranean Sea. Here, the parties are Egypt, EGAS, and VIEOC Production B.V. A third agreement targets the exploration and production of natural gas and crude oil in the North Khatatba land area of the Nile Delta. This one involves Egypt, EGAS, and LTD “ZN BV”. Additionally, the agreements include an amendment to a commitment agreement for the exploration, development, and production of petroleum in the Horus Development Area of the Western Desert. This amendment, stipulated by Law No. 105 of 2014, involves Egypt, EGPC, Tharwa Petroleum Company, and the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation. The final agreement concerns the exploration, development, and production of petroleum in the South Dabaa Development Area (3-SD) of the Western Desert. Here, the parties are Egypt, EGPC, and HBS International Egypt Limited. Egypt

Shell, BP, Total, Mitsui take stakes in UAE ADNOCs LNG project

ADNOC has also signed several new long-term LNG sales commitments International oil companies BP, Mitsui & Co., Shell and TotalEnergies have been awarded 10% equity stakes each in the Ruwais LNG project with Abu Dhabi National Oil Company’s (ADNOC) retaining a 60% majority stake, the UAEs state energy giant said. The Ruwais LNG project, currently under development in Abu Dhabi, will double ADNOC’s UAE LNG production capacity to around 15 tonnes per annum (mtpa). Separately, ADNOC has signed several new long-term LNG sales commitments with international partners, including for the delivery of 1 mtpa with Shell and 0.6mtpa with Mitusi & Co., taking the committed Ruwais LNG production capacity to 70%, ADNOC said in a statement. ADNOC has awarded an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract to a Technip-led joint venture and will soon start construction in Al Ruwais Industrial City. LNG deliveries are expected to start in 2028. United Arab Emirates

Eni to drill 2 wells in Egypts Zohr field in 2025

The Zohr field, the largest gas field in the Mediterranean, contributes approximately 35% of Egypts current natural gas production Italian energy giant Eni, the largest foreign investor in Egypts energy sector, is planning to drill two new wells in the Zohr field in the second half (H2) of 2025, with investment estimated at $160 million, an unnamed government official told Asharq Business. The Zohr field, the largest gas field in the Mediterranean, contributes approximately 35% of Egypts current natural gas production, which averages around 5 billion cubic feet per day. Eni is currently in the evaluation phase of research and development for the Shorouk concession area, which includes the Zohr field, the source said. The company is conducting geological studies to prepare for the resumption of drilling operations in the field and the surrounding area. Over the past six months, the Zohr field has produced an average of 2 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day, along with about 3,700 barrels per day of condensates. The Zohr field was discovered in 2015 and started production in 2018. Egypt

Sharjah expands natural gas access in Dibba Al Hisn

This comprehensive initiative involves establishing a storage facility for natural gas, distributing it through an 84-km pipeline across four phases The Sharjah Electricity, Water and Gas Authority (Sewa) is actively implementing its gas supply project in the residential areas across Dibba Al-Hisn city. This comprehensive initiative involves establishing a storage facility for natural gas, distributing it through an 84-km pipeline across four phases, and installing internal connections for residential homes. With an estimated cost of AED 31 million, the project aims to benefit around 17,000 residents, reported Wam. Engineer Ibrahim Al Balghouni, Director of the Natural Gas Department, said nearly 10% of the power connections have been completed, with initial phases set to serve specific neighbourhoods by year-end, adhering to a carefully planned schedule. The Sewa maintains rigorous standards for network installations, ensuring competitive pricing and prioritising community welfare through sustainable infrastructure development, he added. United Arab Emirates

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