October 2020, Vol. 247, No. 10


Boost Comes for Egypt’s Crude Pipeline Market

By Shem Oirere, P&GJ Africa Correspondent Egypt is in the race to achieve its ambitious yet much needed revamped crude oil and natural gas pipeline network. With the construction of new lines or upgrading and expanding existing ones, the country is prioritizing midstream infrastructure in the drive toward transforming itself into a regional energy hub, which will be capable of meeting increasing demand for hydrocarbon products in both Africa and Europe.  A crew of pipeline workers at a staging area in Egypt. New oil and gas discoveries by international oil companies (IOCs) in the country and modernization and expansion of specializ

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