Egypt’s gas transformation

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30 April 2013

Egypt’s gas transformation

Report summary

In November 2012, Egypt launched a tender to import LNG. The country needs imports to meet a supply shortfall, brought about by soaring domestic demand and production which is unlikely to increase significantly through the remainder of the decade. There has been a sharp drop in deep water exploration and development activity since the 2011 revolution and Egypt's fiscal situation is being undermined by inefficient subsidies in the domestic economy.

Table of contents

  • Executive Summary
  • Egypt issues tenders for LNG imports
  • Strapped for gas and cash
  • Grand designs for gas begin to unravel
  • Future production looks flat
  • Demand continues to grow
  • The need for gas imports
    • What else can Egypt do to help?

Tables and charts

This report includes 6 images and tables including:

  • Egypt's gas export projects
  • Discovered gas reserves and reserves per exploration well, 1990-2012
  • Egypt’s gas transformation: Image 2
  • Egypt's supply-demand balance, 1990-2012
  • Egypt's gas exports, 2007-2012
  • Egypt's gas infrastructure and 2012 EGAS awards

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