Egypt’s energy future between reality and fantasies
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Egypt’s energy future between reality and fantasies

Egypt is the second largest producer of natural gas in Africa after Algeria, yet Egypt’s power generation infrastructure is dependent on natural gas. More than 75% of the…

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Joe Biden: A Cyprus peace deal is ‘within reach’
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Joe Biden: A Cyprus peace deal is ‘within reach’

“The discovery of natural gas in Cyprus, Israel and Egypt, and the potential for discoveries in Greece and Lebanon can bring economic prosperity in the aforementioned countries, but…

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Interview with Mohamed Yassein, Business Development Partner, EastMed Ltd.
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Interview with Mohamed Yassein, Business Development Partner, EastMed Ltd.

Mohamed Yassein, Business Development Partner for EastMed Ltd, discusses with Lebanon Gas News the company’s upcoming conference in Rome and the gas developments in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea.…

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Italy wants role for ENI in Lebanese offshore gas fields
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Italy wants role for ENI in Lebanese offshore gas fields

Foreign Minister Angelino Alfano said during a visit to the Lebanese capital on last Thursday that Italy is hoping ENI will have a role in the exploitation of…

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Cyprus rejects Ankara’s EEZ claims
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Cyprus rejects Ankara’s EEZ claims

Cyprus said it was well within its rights to carry out exploration in a particular offshore area, rejecting Turkish claims as unfounded and beyond any reasonable geographical limits.…

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BP starts production from West Nile Delta eight months ahead of schedule, production 20% above plan
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BP starts production from West Nile Delta eight months ahead of schedule, production 20% above plan

BP announced that it has started gas production from the first two fields, Taurus and Libra, of the West Nile Delta development in Egypt. The project was delivered…

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Few Participants in Israel’s new gas exploration tenders
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Few Participants in Israel’s new gas exploration tenders

Burdensome regulation, limited export opportunities and geopolitical isolation mean there is scant interest in the licenses on offer. The Ministry of National Infrastructure, Energy, and Water Resources’ tender…

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Turkey to rely more on its own energy sources
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Turkey to rely more on its own energy sources

Energy supply security concerns led Turkey to revise its policy by reducing the share of imported gas and increasing the share of domestically- produced energy resources in the…

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