Egypt's gas merry-go-round

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14 December 2016

Egypt's gas merry-go-round

Report summary

What do Egypt's ever-changing gas dynamics mean for companies involved? Why have BP and Eni increased their already sizeable positions in Egyptian domestic gas projects? What could a restart of LNG exports mean for Egypt's LNG offtakers Shell, Engie, BP and Union Fenosa Gas and for how long could exports be sustained? What opportunities will the impending liberalisation of Egypt's gas sector present for traders seeking to access this burgeoning market? And will industrial investors have the confidence in gas availability to build new gas-fired facilities? Take a trip on the Egyptian merry-go-round by getting in touch with us at for more details.

Table of contents

  • Egypt's second gas boom is being driven by mammoth new developments...
  • ... and gas demand response will be steady across domestic sectors
  • LNG imports remain essential to balance the market in the near term...
  • ... but the seasonal dynamics will eventually become more pronounced
  • Take a trip on the Egyptian merry-go-round

Tables and charts

This report includes 2 images and tables including:

  • Egyptian monthly gas supply-demand balance (mmcfd)
  • Net gas balance (Mt of LNG equivalent)

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