Oil & Gas Activities Overview

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EGYPT

Oil & Gas Activities Overview




Investment Opportunities

EGPC

NOT AN OFFICIAL UNCTAD RECORD


Agreements and Exploration

¾
Production

¾
Why to Invest in Egypt



Dynamic Agreements



Infrastructure



Natural Gas



Service Companies



Refining & Processing



Presentation Outline

Objectives


Maximize Oil and Gas Production and Enhance Reserves
Development.


Increase Exploration Activities for Oil and Gas Potentialities.


Dynamic Oil & Gas Agreements to Attract Investors.


Optimize the Utilization of the Existing Infrastructure.


Satisfy Local Demands from Oil and Gas Products.


Upgrade Oil Refineries’ Efficiency to Maximize High Quality
Petroleum Products.


Apply the Latest Technologies in the Oil and Gas Industries.


Encourage Investments In Natural Gas Activities


Develop LNG Projects Individually Or With National And
International Partners.




ِ
Apply the International HSE High Standard Measures.

Agreements and Exploration

EXPLORATION

20
%

DEVELOPMENT

2.3
%

2003 BID ROUNDS

1
%

AGREEMENTS

UNDER PROCESSING

11.8%

REMAINING

49.9
%


EXPLORATION =
199521.41

KM
2


DEVELOPMENT =
22534.55
KM
2


Distribution of Surface

Area In Egypt

( Approx.
1
,
000
,
000
KM
2
)

BASEMENT

15
%

8

2

2

14

2

2

2

2

14

2

1

14

3

8

8

8

8

8

29

9

16

8

8

8

8

8

6

6

2

1

17

8

2

2

2

29

18

3

14

2

2

2

1

1

6

6

12

21

6

8

CENTURION

SHELL

IEOC

ALLIANCE

MERLON

IPR

APACHE

bp

BG

INA
-
NAFTE

GPC

HBSI

1

2

3

5

6

7

10

9

8

14

16

17

18

RWE Dea

RESTRICTED AREAS

OPEN AREAS

RED

SEA

MEDITERRANEAN SEA

WESTERN

DESERT

28
°

00


26
°

00


24
°

00


22
°

00


32
°

00


34
°

00


26
°

00
'

28
°

00
'

30
°

00
'

32
°

00
'

34
°

00
'

SINAI

14


TOSHKY

DEPRESSION

8

8

7

7

5

5

EGPC

(March,
2004
)

17

17

28

27

8

8

(
25
)

2

1

6

6

10

6

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

6

6

18

8

8

19

13

8

8

8

8

8

8

6

6

8

1

4

4

22

1

6

6

6

6

6

30

6

6

1

24

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

8

1

1

26



13

1

8

8

26

25

6

6

32

12

22

18

6

6

1

31

6

18

29
°

00


28
°

00


34
°

00


N

SINAI

EASTERN


DESERT

EASTERN


DESERT

GULF

OF

SUEZ

6

1

1

1

1

19

15

DEVON

DUBLIN

SIPETROL

22

21

11

LAW UNDER ISSUING

UNDER NEGOTIATION

LAW UNDER PROCESSING

33
°

00


27

28

GHARIB

23

33

LUKOIL

KRITI

VEGAS

ALEXOIL

BURREN

QUADRA

EDISON

L.K

29

EGPC

OCEAN

MARATHON

EPEDECO

FORUM

15

13

4

12

DOVER

19

GREYSTONE

TRIDENT

24

25

20

CABRE

PICO

26

PETZEID

30

GEISUM

MASAWA

31

32

DEVELOPMENT LEASE

26

8

8

13

13

23

23

13

33

1

8

18

AGR. & EXPL. March,
2004

14

7

1

1

1

1

2

2

(
38
)

(
16
)

1

21

5

1

(
37
)

(
9
)

8

8

8

3

1

1

2

14

11

1

1

14

8

14

8

8

1

1

1

1

1

8

8

1

16

9

(
4
)

(
3
)

(
6
)

(
5
)

(
7
)

(
8
)

(
1
)

3

6

6

1

20

34

35

36

37

38

34

(
1
)

(
35
)

(
8
)

(
2
)

2

(
36
)

AGREEMENTS

UNDER PROCESSING

( THARWA )

2

2

(EG) BID ROUND BLOCKS



ONSHORE Closed In JAN.


18
,
2004


OFFSHORE Closing Date FEB.
15
,
2004

30
°

00


18

Egypt Concession Map

Concession Agreements


Total Exploration & Prod. Current Agreements
102


Exploration Agreements





42


Development Leases
178

ƒ
Exploration Companies





31

ƒ
Production Companies (J.V.)




22

ƒ
Nationalities







21

ƒ
Exploration Area


199 500
Sq.km

Operating Companies and Partners In EGYPT

DRUCKER ( CANADA )

KUFPEC ( KUWAIT )

ODYSSEY ( CANADA )


UNION TEXAS

GHP



OPERATORS (Exploration)

PARTNERS (Investors)

APACHE

IPR

DEVON

MARATHON

INTERNATIONAL FINANCE

CORPORATION ( IFC )

UNION PACIFIC

AMERICAN (
11
)

(
7
)

(
4
)

EUROPEAN (
14
)

(
9
)

(
5
)

b.p (U.K)

RWE
-
Dea (GERMANY )

AGIP ( ITALY )

DUBLIN


( IRELAND )

KRITI (GREECE )

GREYSTONE ( SWITZERLAND )

B.G ( U.K )

SHELL ( NETHERLAND )

INA
-
NAFTE ( CROATIA )

EDISON ( ITALY)

LUKAGIP ( ITALY)

SHELL AUSTRIA ( AUSTRIA)

GAS DE FRANCE ( FRANCE )

BURLINGTON ( U.K )

OTHERS (
13
)

(
6
)

(
7
)

EPEDECO ( JAPAN )

HBSI ( TUNISIA )

LUKOIL (RUSIA )

S.K CORP. ( KOREA )

PETRONAS ( MALIZIA )

PHOENIX REDUX ( CANADA )

ENERGY AFRICA ( S. AFRICA )

EGYPTIAN (
10
)

GEISUM

GPC

GHARIB

FORUM

PETZEID

PICO INT.

TRIDENT

MASAWA

(
8
)

MEGA

ALLIANCE

MERLON

OCEAN

TOTAL PARTNERS (
18
)

TOTAL OPERATING COMPANIES (
30
)

(
2
)

CENTURION ( CANADA )

DOVER ( CANADA )

SIPETROL ( CHILI )

NATIONALITIES (
21
)

SAPESCO

Petroleum Agreements

1991
-

2003

3
11
2
4
4
1
4
3
15
9
2
2
13
10
10
3
1
3
10
1
4
1
13
2
1
4
0
5
10
15
20
25
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
New

Modified

Gas pricing Modification

11

Expected

IDFU FIELD

Latest Important Discoveries
In G.O.S



Discovered in November
2001



32.5
MM bbl Added Reserves



Fully Developed Within Less than One Year

( Fast Track Schedule )

SAKARAH DISCOVERY



Discovered one Year after IDFU Discovery



80
MM bbl Added Reserves ( largest Discovery


since
1989
)

Idfu

Sakarah

East R.Badran

South October

North Ramadan

North Shadwan

Eastern

Desert

Sinai

(
1
)

(
2
)

(
3
)

(
4
)

33

29

28

34

Gulf

suaz



Qasr Jurassic discovery is the most significant gas Discovery

achieved in Western Desert Since
10
years

( Very thick pay zone >
600
Ft & wide areal extension)

Proven Reserves :


2.1
TCF (Gas)


32
MMB (Condensate)

Beside :


2.9
MMB (Oil)

QASR

Latest Important Discoveries In W.D

Exploration Activities

1993
-

2003





Drilled

Wells

Discoveries

23
31
43
51
71
66
34
59
73
71
79
7
29
37
14
25
36
34
21
22
33
38
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
Wells
Nile Delta & Med. Recent Successes

0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
0
%
10
%
20
%
30
%
40
%
50
%
60
%
70
%
80
%
90
%
100
%
Dry
Discovery
Total expl
.
Success Ratio
No. of Wells

Success Ratio

A

N

31
°

33
°

35
°

29
°

27
°

25
°

33
°

34
°

32
°

31
°

30
°

Restricted


area

Restricted


area

MED SEA

QASR
-

2

KHALDA / OZORIS DEVELOP.

(KHALDA OFFSET)

34.5
MMSCFGPD

1320
BCPD

LOWER SAFA ( JURASSIC )

NOV.,
2003

NIDICO


1
“ UPDIP”

PETROBEL / W. ABU MADI DEVELOP.

16.7
MMSCFGPD

27
BCPD

ABU MADI (LEVEL #
2
) (MIOCENE)

JULY,
2003

S. DABAA
7


1

S. DABAA / S. DABAA DEVELOP.

5.2
MMSCFGPD

160
BCPD

ABU ROASH ( G )

JULY.,
2003

NOURAS
-

3

PETROBEL / P. FOUAD MARINE DEVELOP.

12.3
MMSCFGPD

K. EL SHEIKH ( PLIOCENE )

OCT.,
2003

RUBY
-

2

BP / W. MED. DEEP WATER

25.5
MMSCFGPD

K. EL SHEIKH ( PLIOCENE )

OCT.,
2003

WESTREN


DESERT

SINAI

Kg
45
-

1
-

1

SHELL / N. E. MED. SEA

29.5
M GAS (NOT TESTED)

K. EL SHEIKH ( PLIOCENE )

NOV.,
2003

ATOUN
-
1

KHALDA / KHALDA OFFEST.

46.14
MMSCFGPD

411.5
BCPD

ALAM EL BUEIB (
3
G &
3
E)

JULY,
2003

La
52
-
1

SHELL / N. E. MED. SEA

30
M GAS (NOT TESTED)

ABU MADI ( MIOCENE )

JAN.,
2004

S. BATRA
-

2

MERLEON / EL MANSOURA

17.5
MMSCFGPD

ABU MADI #
2
( MIOCENE )

JAN.,
2004

FALAK
-
4
“ST”

AGIBA / MELEIHA DEVELOP.

0.67
MMSCFGPD

57
BCPD

KHATATBA

JAN.,
2004

IMHOTEP
-

1

KHALDA /
(KHALDA OFFSET)

5.3
MMSCFGPD
193
BCPD

LOWER SAFA ( JURASSIC )

MAR.,
2004

Gas Discoveries

(July ,
2003
-

28
March,
2004
)

Mediterranean Sea

WESTERN

DESERT

EASTERN

DESERT

OIL FIELDS

GAS FIELDS

EGYPT
OIL

&
GAS

FIELDS

SINAI

SETTI

HAPY

EL TEMSAH

WAKAR&KERSH

PORT FOUAD

TAO

THEKAH

KAMOSE

MANGO

SETH

QANTARRA

E. DELTA

KHILALA

SIMIAN

SAFFRON

SCARAB

ROSETTA

N. BALTIM

BALTIM

ABU MADI

EL WASTANI

NW. QARA

W. ABU MADI

DISUQ

N. ABU QIR

W. ABU QIR

ABU QIR

KANAYES

RAS KANAYES

TAREK

HOURS

N. ALAMEIN

ALAMEIN

E. RAZZAK

AGHAR

RAZZAK

YADMA

OBAYIED

EMRY

FALAK

TUT

W. TUT

UM BARKA

Salam

S. UMBARKA

KHALDA

HAYAT

DORR

AMAN

M. NE

MELEIHA

LOUTS

M. SE

KARNA

BARDY

ZAHRA

YASSER

SAFIR

S. DABAA

SITRA


1
&
3

SITRA


5

BED
-
2

BED
-
3

BED
-
15

NE. ABU GHARADIG

ABU GHARADIG

N. ABU GHARADIG

WD
-
33

WD
-
33
/
1

GPC

ABU SENNAN

BED
-
1

BED
-
4

WD
-
19

QARUN

W. QARUN

BENI SUEF

DARAG

SUDR

MATARMA

ASL

WARDA

RAHMI

AMER

BAKR

W. GHARIB

RAS GHARIB

EL AYUN

UM EL YUSR

KAREEM

KHEIR

SHUKHEIR

GS
365
-
373

AMAL

SIDKI

E. ZEIT

GAZWARINA

ZEIT BAY

RAS EL ESH

RAS EL BAHAR

GEMSA

GEMSA
-
SE

GEISUM

E. MALLAHA

RABEH

WADI SAHL

HURGHADA

FELEFEL

HAREED

TAWILA

ASHRAFI

BAHAR
-
NE

HILAL

SHOAB ALI

GH
376

GARA M.

WALI

YOUNS

NESSIEM

MORGAN

BADRI

RAMADAN

JULY

GS
-
300

BELAYIM L.

BELAYIM M.

FEIRAN

SIDRI

ABU RUDEIS

OCTOBER

RAS
BADRAN

N. OCTOBER

CAIRO

ISMAILIA

TANTA

ALEX.

MATRUH.

EL HAMRA.

BURULLUS

QASR

EDFU

SAQARA

DEC.
03

TENNIN

SAURUS
-
1

E. BALTIM

ABU MADI

AKHEN

PORT FOUAD

SERPENT

S. SQUOIA

N. IDKU

K
-
1
X

HJ
-
1

L
-
1
X

EL BAHIG

EL MAX
-
1

ROBY
-
1

S.E.PORT FOUAD


From
0.5
To
1
TCF (
15
)

SETH

N. BALTIM

FAYROUZ

SETI

SIGAN

RENGA

SOLAR
-

1

THEKAH

KAMOSE

TAO

ABU QIR

W. ABU QIR

S. BALTIM

EL QARAA

QANTARA

ABU MONKAR KABER

WASTANI EAST

EAST DELTA
-
S

KHALALA

DESUQ

TUNA

KARAWAN

MYAS

ASFOUR

ABU SEIF

TERSA

NOURAS

DARFEEL

BARACODA

WAKAR / KERSH

S. BILQAS


S. BATRA


MANSOURA S
-
1


MANSOURIYA
-
1

EL WASTANI

N. ROSETTA

KAROUS

ASSAD

FAHD

SHERBEEN

GELGEL

ZARAF
-
1

NIDCO

BARBONI

SEMAN

OCTOPUS


From
0.1
to
0.5
TCF (
47
)


AKIK

SCARAB

SEMIAN

SAPPHIRE

ABU SIR
-

1

TEMSAH

HAPY

DENES

ROSETTA

EL KING

SIENNA

SAFFRON


(
8
)


From
1
To
2
TCF



ABU QIR


(
4
)


More Than
2
TCF



Egypt’s Basins

View From Depth To Basement

200
km

YET
-
TO
-
FIND



Western Desert:

11
-
30
TCF

Gulf of Suez

1.5
-
3
BBOE

Nile/Med

65
-
110
+ TCF

Red Sea

Upper Egypt Mz

Western Desert

Nile/Med

Gulf of Suez

فx >K EK¥
ُ
ف
x @7K¥ ف Y f ¥

ِ
EASTERN

DESERT

N
Proposed
2004
Bid Round
-
1

N.W. OCTOBER

S.E. WARDA

S.OCTOBER

EZZ EL ORBAN

OFFSHORE

N. RAMADAN

S. MARIUT

E. OBAYED

N. BAHREIN

S. W. RAZZAK

N. QARUN

PORTS & SHIPPING PARK AREAS

NATURAL PROTECTORATE AREAS

GULF

OF

SUEZ

EASTERN

DESERT

EASTERN

DESERT

WESTERN

DESERT

SINAI

SINAI

RED

SEA

MEDITERRANEAN SEA

34
°

00


32
°

00


30
°

00


28
°

00


26
°

00


24
°

00


22
°

00


26
°

00


28
°

00


30
°

00


32
°

00


34
°

00


34
°

00


28
°

00


29
°

00


EGPC

TOSHKY

DEPRESSION

Closing Date : Sep.
30
,
2004

(
1
)

(
2
)

(
4
)

(
3
)

(
5
)

(
8
)

(
9
)

(
12
)

(
13
)

(
11
)

2004
Bid Round

1

(
13

BLOCKS)

N. EL DIYUR

(A&B)

(
10
)

W. DARAG

ONSHORE

(
7
)

36
°

00


W. SIDKI

AGR. & EXPL. March,
2004

(
6
)


Bid Round
2004
(
13
Blocks, Area
22030
km
2
) Closing Date Sep.
30

Production

Production Overview



Production Companies



30




Production Fields




150




Production Wells



1650




Offshore Platforms




215




Offshore and Onshore Rigs
58




Crude Oil & Condensates


735
MBBL/D

ƒ

Natural Gas



3.2
B CF / Day

Average Daily Production

Western Desert
28%
Eastern Desert
& Sinai

18%
Gulf of Suez
49%
Mediterranean
Sea & Delta
5%
Crude Oil & Condensate Production
by Areas

Sustainable Production
2002
/
2003

BBL / DAY

Actual Oil & Cond.


Actual Oil

0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
1982
90
/
91
98
/
99
99
/
00
00
/
01
01
/
02
02
/
03
31
/
12
/
03
Proven Gas Reserves

TCF

Year

6.2

62

(
1982


2003
)

62

Proven Crude Oil and Gas
Reserves

Investment in Egypt

Why Egypt ?


Credibility and Political Stability.


Resources Availability.

ƒ
Incentives and Support Through Government Policies.

ƒ
Growing Egyptian Market Demands.

ƒ
Proximity to International Markets.

ƒ
Reliable Infrastructure and Banking System.

ƒ
Gained Experience With International Investors.

ƒ
Skilled and Well Trained Manpower.


MAIN ADVANTAGES OF EGYPT
AGREEMENTS

AGREEMENTS ISSUED BY LAW

EXPORT CONTRACTOR
S
HARE OF CRUDE OIL
WITHOUT FEES

CONTRACTOR IS FULLY EXEMPTED FROM TAXES

ALL IMPORTED EQUIPMENTS AND MATERIAL ARE
CUSTOM’S EXEMPTED

*

*

*

*


MAIN ADVANTAGES OF EGYPT
AGREEMENTS


REMOVE FACTORS THAT CONSTITUTE RISKS


TO CONTRACTORS

DYNAMIC TERMS AND CONDITIONS TO
SUPPORT BALANCED CONTRACT

*

*

Infrastructure

o

o

o

o



`

29

27

28

30

31

28

29

30

31

32

33

34

27

26

25

Western Desert

E.G.P.C

26


HURGADA

BELAYIM

EL ZAAFARANA

EL HAFAYER

SULTAN

(GARABAA)

ABU MADI

TALKHA

ZAGAZIG

EL FAIYUM

BENI SUIF

EL MINYA

ASSIUT

REFINERY CO

MISR PETROLEUM Co.

ASSIUT

CEMENT CO.

EL KORIMAT

EL TBEEN

HI
-
KESTB

EL HAMRA PORT

8


12


16


12


16


42


18


4


12


10


TANTA

Mediterranean Sea

Alamein

Umbarka

Matruh

Bed
-
3

Abu Gharadig

Abu Sannan

Sinai

Kanayis

QARUN

(
GPC)

Meleiha

DAHSHOR

WAKAR

Port Fouad

PORT SAID

RAS BAKR

RAS GHARIB

SOHAG

EL SOKHNA

RAS EL BEHAR

6


Salam

18

-

20


EYUN

MOSA

STATION ASSIUT

ELECTRIC POWER

BENI SUIF

BENI SUIF Co.

CEMENT CO.

QUWEISNA

EL ARESH

ELECT. STATION

SADAT

ABU

GUPCO

(PS
-
2
)

(PS
-
3
)

PS
-
104

GUPCO

WADI FIRAN

12


12


EL SHIKH
ZOWAID

24


30


20


16


24


SUEZ

12

\
16


10


24


18


QATTAMEYA

SIDI

Alex. Petroleum Co.

16


12


12


ABU QIR

EL MAX

Petrogas Co.

Wadi EL Qamar

KRER

HOUSH

EISSA

ZAWIET

GAZAL

12


6


8


6


20


MOSTO
R
OD

8


12


8


Elec. Power Station

EL FARZ

GHAMRA

Shobra EL Khima

West Cairo

Elec. Power Station

BANHA

Elec. Power Station

Shark EL Tafrea

& Indust. Area

12

\
16


12


Elec. Power Station

SHAWA

6


20


28


6


12


Bed
-
2

RAML

FARAS

AMAL

8


12


12


CO
-
OP

RAS


SHUKHIER


PS
-
1

GPC

Razzak

BURG EL
-
ARAB

ZARIF

AGHAR

WEST QARUN

RAS DIB

(
78
)

WPT

WPA

WPD

WPC

WPB

HILAL

SIDKI

R
-
USH

MORGAN

SUDR

ASL

16
”,
23
km

6
”,
23
km

14
”,
23
km

6
”,
12
km

20

,
5.18
Km

8

,
5.18
Km

RFA

RFB

UM

EYUN

EL YUSR

6


10


12
”,
10

Km

Products Pipeline

Branch Control Station

City

Refinery

SYMBOL

Crude Oil Pipelines

Natural Gas Pipelines

Oil Field

Gas Field
1

L.P.G. Pipeline

Condensate Pipeline

Products + Crude Oil Pipelines

Products +L.P.G. Pipelines

Valve Room

RAS GARRA

GASCO Co.

(Petrochemical)

Ard EL Nahda

TEMSAH

HAPY
2
,
4

KAROUS

BALTIM EAST

ZEIT

BAY

SE
1

SE
2

36

,
47
Km

BS
-
1

N
-
9

N
-
11

N
-
10

N
-
6

DEMIETTA

12


(GUPCO)

30


GEMSA

ELGAMIL

BAHRA
-
3

8
”,
14.5
km

ALAMEIN

12


12


(OAPCO)

USH

ALMILAHAH

(MAGAWEISH)

8

,
16
Km

GEISUM

AMER(S)

AMER

8
”,
7.6
km

6
”,
7.6
km

WEPCO Gas
Fields

OCTOBER

18


,
21
Km

20

,
61
Km

18


,
20
Km

OSOCO

42


20.65
Km

N
-
1

AM
-
11

AM
-
21

AM
3
-
18

28

29

30

31

32

33

34

27

26

25

32

29

27

28

30

31

32

DRFEEL

12


16


24


AKHEN

SP
-
1

GAMMA

RAS BUDRAN

ABU ZENIMA

Abu Rudeis

PP
-
3

F
-
10

PP
-
1

D
-
10

18
”,
10

Km

32

,
64
Km

12

,
64
Km

4

, `
18
Km

10

,
18
Km

6

, `
53
Km

14

,
53
Km

10

,
5
Km

6

, `
9.5
Km

12

,
3
Km

8

, `
6.5
Km

12

, `
6.5
Km

12

,
7
Km

Khepri/Sethos

Tie
-
Inn

16


Y
-

AREA

Bed
-
1
/
15

X
-

AREA

T
-

AREA

SWS

6
”,
10
km

14
”,
12
km

SUCO

24


16


BAKR(S)

Tarek

Obayied

Down stream Crude + Condensate Pipeline

Products Pipeline

L.P.G. Pipeline

Up stream Crude Oil Pipelines

Up stream Natural Gas Pipelines

LENGTH

1478
Km

2024
Km

1446
Km

2393
Km

2932
Km

10273
Km

TOTAL

Natural Gas, Crude & Products Pipeline Network

31
Dec.
2003

S. Umbarka


Oil & Gas Pipelines Network

Crude Oil & Products



8000
km

Gas






4200
km

Total






12200
km

Domestic & CNG

3
%

Cement & Ceramic

6
%

Petroleum Sector

10
%

Fertilizers

10
%

Industry

9
%

Power Generation

62
%

Natural Gas Consumption by Sector in
2003

90
% Of Power Generation Stations In Egypt Were Covered By Natural Gas

Natural Gas

Investors in Gas sector

Gas Industry World Class Key Players
Investing in Egypt


BG


bp


Edison


Petronas


Merlon


Shell


Eni
-

Agip


Union Fenosa


Gas De France


Apache

Arab Natural Gas Pipeline








Cont…


2
nd Phase



Following An International Tender The Egyptian
Consortium (EGAS
-
ENPPI
-
PETROJET
-
GASCO)
Awarded The Build
-
own
-
operate Concession To
Establish The Pipeline

(
370
Km,
36
”, Capacity

10
BCMY) From Aqabah To Rehab


Completion Date : Jan
2005

LNG Export

The Egyptian LNG Project, one of
the largest LNG projects in the
world, is being sponsored by
the Egyptian General Petroleum
Corporation (
12
%), the Egyptian
Natural Gas Holding Company
(
12
%), BG International Limited
(
35.5
%), Edison International
S.p.A. (
35.5
%) and Gas de
France (
5
%).

IDKU LNG Plant

( ELNG )


Saffron
Scarab
PLEM
Onshore Processing Facility
Alexandria
Alexandria
Simian
Egypt
LNG Plant
-
2 Train
Saphire
2003
12 TCF & 1.5 BCFD
2005
2006
Future Development
Abu
Qir
Plant
Abu
Qir
Plant
National Gas Pipeline
Grid System
24”
36”
Rosetta
IDKU LNG Plant








Cont…

Sales and Purchase Agreement for the Second Train is in its final
stages.

Capacity of the Second Train is
3.6
MTPA, is anticipated to be on stream
by mid


2006
.

Second Train


Heads of Terms for Train
-
1
gas sale has been
signed with Gaz De France (GDF) on January
2002
for
20
years .



Inlet Design Capacity
565
MMCFD




LNG Output
3.6
MTPA



Completion Date
3
rd Quarter
2005

First Train

ELNG


Inlet Design Capacity

:

7.56
bcm

ƒ
LNG Output



:

6.7
bcmy



Uonion Fenosa

:

4
bcmy




EGAS




:

2.7
bcmy

Damietta LNG Project

SEGAS

For Export To Mediterranean Sea & Spanish

Markets

Completion Date : End
2004

EGAS / EGPC Negotiating with Union Fenosa to have a share
20
% of the
project

Owner:


UGD ( GASCO
-

BP
-

IEOC





With equal shares )

The Project Consists of:


NGL Recovery Facilities “ Port Said “


Storage and Shipping Plant “ Damietta “

Inlet Design Capacity:

1100
MMSCFD



( Offshore Gas Field North Port Said )


Annual Products:






330
,
000
Tons LPG For Local Market





280
,
000
Tons Propane For Export





1
MMB Condensate For Local Market


500
,
000
Tons Ethan For Petrochemical Feed Stock





Completion Date Mid
2004




Mediterranean NGL Development

Plant

Future Business

Opportunities

(Under Study)


Objective:

Extracting Natural Gas Liquids to
Provide Ethane Required for The
Petrochemical Industry

Location:

Various locations on National Gas
Grid

Capacity:

Under Study

Investments:

US $
250
-

350
million

Natural Gas Liquids Extraction (NGL)

Natural Gas Pipelines Projects

“UEGP” Upper Egypt Gas Pipeline

Objective:

Delivery of Natural Gas to Assiut in
Upper Egypt Via a Pipeline System
Extending for Approx.
250
Km

Location:

Beni Sweif



Assiut


(Upper Egypt)

Capacity:

Under Study in Collaboration with
Ganop and Nile Valley Gas Co.

Investments:

US $
150
-

200
million

Petroleum Service Companies

( Engineering , Procurement, Projects, Drilling , Maintenance …. )



ENPPI



Engineering, Procurement,





Construction, Management

ƒ

PETROJET


Construction, Static Equipment,




Offshore Platforms, Manufacturing

ƒ

PMS



Offshore Platforms and Pipelines




Installation



EDC



Onshore/Offshore Drilling



EMC



Maintenance

ƒ

PETROMENT


Maintenance



PAS



Petroleum Air Services

Refining & Processing

Nasr

6.4
MMTON

Suez


3.5
MMTON

Cairo

7.2
MMTON

Amria


3.7
MMTON




M
i
dor


5
MMTON



Alex

5
MMTON

Asuit

2.5
MMTON

2.5
MM Ton

9.9

MM Ton

8.9

MM Ton

13.7

MM Ton



Tanta

1.7
MMTON



capacity
35
MM Ton


Refineries