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Egypt's gas supply deficit

Egypt's gas supply deficit

Report summary

Egypt's upstream sector has been struggling to maintain gas production in the face of political instability. Output has dropped due to a lack of investment in new gas developments. Spending has been discouraged by escalating costs and the prospect of poor returns due to low domestic gas prices. Future gas will be more costly and challenging to develop. Liberalisation of the gas market is expected to get underway in 2015 and could help promote the development of more costly fields.

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  • Oil production stable, gas production drops
    • Egyptian gas production by area and oil and condensate production (2005-2020)
  • Spending up but motivated by oil production
    • Upstream capex (2010-2020)
  • Gas production is unlikely to recover fully
  • Deepwater Nile Delta and gas liberalisation offer some hope
    • Selected undeveloped reserves

In this report there are 3 tables or charts, including:

  • Oil production stable, gas production drops
    • Egypt's gas supply deficit: Image 1
  • Spending up but motivated by oil production
    • Egypt's gas supply deficit: Image 2
  • Gas production is unlikely to recover fully
  • Deepwater Nile Delta and gas liberalisation offer some hope
    • Egypt's gas supply deficit: Image 3
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