Port of Beirut Explosion
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Port of Beirut Explosion

On August 4, a major fire broke out in a Port of Beirut warehouse and spread to 2,750 tons of stored ammonium nitrate. In the past, many incidents…

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Petroleum Sector Receives Investments of EGP 60.6 B in FY 2020/21
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Petroleum Sector Receives Investments of EGP 60.6 B in FY 2020/21

The Minister of Planning and Economic Development (MPED), Hala Al Saeed, said that EGP 60.6 billion of investments were allocated to upgrade the petroleum and mineral resources sector…

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Cyprus: Oil & gas companies have assured plans on track
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Cyprus: Oil & gas companies have assured plans on track

Oil and gas companies have assured the government they remain committed to their projects in Cyprus’ exclusive economic zone and will stick to schedules revised due to the…

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Zohr’s Daily Production Exceeds 3 bcf
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Zohr’s Daily Production Exceeds 3 bcf

Zohr field’s production capacity now exceeds 3 billion cubic feet per day (bcf/d), representing 40% of Egypt’s total natural gas production, Tarek El Molla, Minister of Petroleum and…

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El Molla: Egypt to Achieve Self-Sufficiency of Petroleum Products by 2023
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El Molla: Egypt to Achieve Self-Sufficiency of Petroleum Products by 2023

The Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, announced that Egypt will achieve self-sufficiency of petroleum products especially octane by 2023, according to the official Facebook page of the ministry.…

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Trouble Maker Turkey
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Trouble Maker Turkey

Eastern Mediterranean Turns Into Source of Gas and Conflicts A new, potentially explosive geopolitical dimension is being added to the puzzle that is the Middle East: A push…

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Israel is Diving Into the Troubled Eastern Mediterranean
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Israel is Diving Into the Troubled Eastern Mediterranean

An ambitious new natural-gas pipeline project puts it into direct conflict with Turkey. The Israeli cabinet approved a pipeline deal to move gas offshore via Cyprus to Greece and Europe.…

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Egyptian PM inaugurates $100m marine crude oil pipeline at El Hamra port
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Egyptian PM inaugurates $100m marine crude oil pipeline at El Hamra port

The Egyptian Prime Minister, Mostafa Madbouly, inaugurated the eight-kilometre El-Hamra-Shamandoura crude oil pipeline at a cost of $100 million. The marine pipeline, a key for developing the capabilities…

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هل من لغز في البلوك رقم 4؟
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هل من لغز في البلوك رقم 4؟

كثر الكلام في الآونة الأخيرة عن انكشاف المطامع الدولية بغاز لبنان، والذي تجلّى بتحرّك المجتمع الدولي وتعاطفه مع لبنان، ابّان انفجار مرفأ بيروت، ووضع هذا التحرّك في خانة…

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East Med – stepping back in time?
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East Med – stepping back in time?

The world, led by Europe, is moving away from fossil fuels and even though transition to clean energy may take a long time, with the increasing penetration of…

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