Egypt estimates natural gas reserves at 55 tcf

Feb 28, 2002 01:00 AM

The Egyptian Minister of Petroleum, Sameh Fahmi, estimates total confirmed gas reserves in Egypt at 55 tcf, in addition to non-confirmed gas reserves of 65 tcf. Addressing a gas conference in the Mediterranean area, Fahni said that the local natural gas distribution network expanded to 4,000 km.
It supplied 17.8 mm tons of natural gas last year, which constituted 45 % of domestic natural gas consumption.

Source: Al-Bawaba
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