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Dana Gas to drill in what says could be Egypt's next mega gas field

12 Feb 2019

CAIRO Dana Gas will begin drilling this year in an area it says could become Egypt's next giant Mediterranean gas field, after seismic data pointed to reserves as large as 20 trillion cubic feet.

Dana Gas to drill in what says could be Egypt's next mega gas field

12 Feb 2019

CAIRO, Feb 12 Dana Gas will begin drilling this year in an area it says could become Egypt's next giant Mediterranean gas field, after seismic data pointed to reserves as large as 20 trillion cubic feet.

Egypt to see gas boost from BP fields, Zohr as Cairo returns to export market

11 Feb 2019

CAIRO Egypt's gas output will get a boost this year as the country's huge Zohr field nears peak production and with $1.8 billion in investment from BP, officials said on Monday, as Egypt returns to export markets and positions itself as a regional hub.

UPDATE 2-Egypt to see gas boost from BP fields, Zohr as Cairo returns to export market

11 Feb 2019

CAIRO, Feb 11 Egypt's gas output will get a boost this year as the country's huge Zohr field nears peak production and with $1.8 billion in investment from BP, officials said on Monday, as Egypt returns to export markets and positions itself as a regional hub.

UPDATE 3-Traders say Egypt delays wheat payment guarantees, ministry dismisses criticism

06 Dec 2018

* Cairo prioritises spending on bread subsidies (Adds Supply Ministry statement)

Sisi's hot potato: Egyptians hit back after remarks on austerity

07 Nov 2018

CAIRO/DUBAI Egypt's President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi spoke daily at the World Youth Forum in the resort of Sharm al-Sheikh this week, touching on topics from Syria's reconstruction to religious tolerance - but it was a remark about potatoes that most stirred the pot.

Militants kill seven Christians returning from baptism in Egypt

03 Nov 2018

CAIRO Gunmen killed at least seven Christians who were returning from baptising a child at a Coptic monastery in Egypt on Friday, officials said - the most serious attack on the minority in more than a year.

Egypt's central bank expected to keep key rates unchanged: Reuters poll

27 Jun 2018

CAIRO Egypt's central bank is expected to keep its key interest rates unchanged at its next monetary policy meeting, a Reuters poll showed on Wednesday, following sharp increases in fuel and electricity prices that are expected to edge inflation upwards.

Forking out: Egyptians angered by new austerity after Eid feast

20 Jun 2018

CAIRO Many Egyptians hoped to ignore their economic hardship as they celebrated the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan. Instead, they were told they will have to tighten their belts even more.

In survival mode, Egypt's last permitted Islamists back Sisi

28 Mar 2018

ALEXANDRIA, Egypt Egypt's last permitted Islamist party is backing former military chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi for a second presidential term, a quirk of electoral politics that reflects the precarious state of the country's Islamists.

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