Egypt’s gas output is at a record 6.6bn cfd with Zohr ramp-up a year ahead of schedule. Mediterranean output is at a 5-year high and 57% of Egypt’s total.
In April 2015 Egypt received its first ever LNG cargo, as it sought to deal with crippling power cuts to both domestic and industrial users. Fast forward three years and Cairo is now talking about exporting gas again with output having hit an all-time high of 6.6bn cfd, the Ministry of Petroleum confirmed to MEES on...
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