The Ministry of Petroleum stated on its Facebook page on Saturday that Egypt has started building a gas pipeline in the Western Desert with an expected production of 15 million cubic feet per day.
This came during the minister’s inspection tour of the Gulf of Suez and Ras Ghareb regions.
During the tour, the head of the General Petroleum Corporation, Nabil Abdel Sadiq, said that “the company’s current production is about 74,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day.”
The ministry added that Abdel-Sadek also reviewed “the company’s ongoing projects to increase and support its production of crude oil and natural gas, the most important of which is the project to convert the Al-Hamad plant into an integrated and environmentally compatible treatment plant to process 50 thousand barrels per day … as well as the project to establish early production facilities and extend marine lines to the fields of southeast Al-Hamad.” HH2 and GG2 in the Gulf of Suez region.
The article: Petroleum: Extension of a gas pipeline in the Western Desert, with an expected production of 15 million cubic feet, was written in Al Borsa newspaper.