Egypt’s gas revival has seen output rise to 5.5bn cfd, its highest level since 2013. However, there is strong domestic competition for supply, with three flagship gas-fired power projects leading the charge.

Egypt’s gas output has averaged 5.5bn cfd since December when Eni’s 24tcf Zohr field came online, up 40% from the 12-year low of 3.9bn cfd plumbed just 18 months earlier. Output is set to hit 6bn cfd by mid-2018 as Zohr and BP’s West Nile Delta project ramp up...