Report summaryEgypt holds the third largest liquids reserves in North Africa and has three main hydrocarbon-producing regions. The Western Desert became the key oil producing region during 2000s and helped offset the decline in production from the Gulf of Suez area, which was developed during 1960s. The third region, the Nile Delta basin includes the Mediterranean shelf and deepwater developments, but is more prone to gas discoveries.
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