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The three companies signed a deal to buy a 39% shares in pipeline owner Eastern Mediterranean Gas Co., according to a statement released by Delek Drilling on Thursday
The two countries signed electrical connection protocol, sources say
The agreement will positively affect the development of the Cypriot Aphrodite field while fulfilling Egypt’s gas needs, says El-Molla
The ministry, EGAS were ordered to compensate two Israeli companies USD 1.7bn
HSBC allocated EGP 260m from latest SMEs fund
No causalities reported due to Sinai explosion
Tuesday witnessed a number of explosions throughout Egypt
Egypt’s gas exports to Jordan dropped dramatically in 2014 due to militant attacks
The goal was for the Iraqi gas line to supply Jordan with its fuel needs and provide for a portion of Egypt’s needs as well, or to transform gas to its liquid form in one of the factories operating in Egypt, which would then be exported.
Militants bomb pipeline in Sinai for second time in a week, 23rd time since 2011 revolution
Pipeline bombed for the 22nd time since Mubarak’s ouster
Relations between the neighbours hit a low following the kidnapping by Pakistani Sunni extremists of five Iranian border guards from Iran’s Sistan-Baluchestan province in February.
The bombing marks the fifth time the Sinai pipeline has been attacked since the 3 July ouster of former president Mohamed Morsi, and the 19th such attack since Hosni Mubarak was deposed in February 2011.
The bombing is the 20th time the pipeline has been attacked since the 2011 ouster of Hosni Mubarak
Gas pumped from the immense new Shah Deniz II field will travel across Azerbaijan and Georgia and across Turkey through a new Trans-Anatolian Pipeline, which is set to be a key part of the Southern Gas Corridor from the Caspian Sea to Turkey and the EU.
Army spokesperson emphasises war on terrorism, blames Muslim Brotherhood for Tuesday’s assassinations
Pipeline explosion in central Sinai condemned by prime minister
Suspected militants have bombed a natural gas pipeline Tuesday
Infrastructure has regularly been targeted in Syria since the March 2011 start of the country’s conflict.
Confirms agreement between Iraq State Oil Company and Egypt for pipeline
Ankara had initially refused to engage in official contacts with Iraqi Kurds, fearing that the establishment of an independent Kurdish state there could embolden its own Kurds
Bombing comes amid week of continued chaos
A pipeline in the Sinai has been bombed for the fifteenth time since the 2011 Revolution
The Oil Pipeline Between Turkey and Iraq Was Threatened, As Fire-Fighters Exchanged Fires Near The Kirkuk-Ceyhan Pipeline on Saturday – July 21.