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THE FUTURE OF EGYPT’S DOWNSTREAM INDUSTRY
Egypt is currently the largest oil producer in Africa outside of OPEC and the second largest natural gas producer after Algeria. Egypt, having already taken on a major role in international energy markets is now seeking to get its downstream industry back on track.
Egypt has great potential when it comes to refining and petrochemicals. It is an important transit route, offering great potential to become a hub for petroleum products. Nonetheless, since the Arab spring uprising of 2011 that saw the overthrowing of President Hosni Mubarak, great tolls have been taken on the domestic oil, gas and petrochemical industries.Download Now
Prospects and Realities for North Africa’s Downstream Development
This report collates insights from experts within in the region’s oil and gas industry to enable you to assess the risk vs. reward potential of investing in North Africa’s downstream industry.
The World Refining Association is committed to creating high quality, strategic and technical conferences across the globe. We also recognise your need for pioneering industry content throughout the year. It’s for this reason that World Refining Association has produced this report, to enable knowledge sharing and learning on a topic as important to the industry as this.
2015 Global Economics & The Downstream Industry
During the past 12 months, prices in the $3-trillion-plus global downstream market have fallen 40% reaching the lowest level since June 2009, when global markets were recovering from the 2008 collapse of Lehman Brothers. Prices slid 14% month-over-month in January and have fallen a further 3% into February and March; continuing a six-month slide triggered by falling crude oil and Naphtha prices. By assembling insights from key refining and petrochemical companies globally, we have created an in-depth report to enable you to benchmark, analyse trends, learn from challenges being encountered in different regions and identify a strategy that can be implemented into your own business.
THIS REPORT WILL HELP YOU UNDERSTAND:
• The top challenges facing global downstream producers
• How the drop in crude oil prices is affecting companies investment strategies
• Which country will have the largest impact on supply and demand dynamics over the next two years
Отчет по интеграции
Всемирная ассоциация по нефтепереработке рада представить Вашему вниманию отчет по интеграции, который поможет Вам сориентироваться в тенденциях индустрии, узнать о проблемах, с которыми сталкиваются операторы на сегодняшний день, и определить стратегию на будущее.
В отчете Вы найдете эксклюзивное интервью с Кенаном Явузом, генеральным директором, ГНКАР Турция, где он рассказывает об основных преимуществах интеграции и ключевых технологиях для достижения успеха.
Отчет также включает в себя:
• Бизнес кейс компании Total
• Обзор последних глобальных интеграционных проектов
• Результаты нашего исследования глобальной интеграции
• Эксклюзивные интервью с компаниями : UOP, СНГ и ORPIC
• Рекомендации для компаний, планирующих интеграционные проекты
Significance of operational excellence on securing the future of downstream operations
Since June 2014 when world crude oil prices began their inexorable
slide towards $50 per barrel both international oil companies (IOCs) and
national oil companies (NOCs) have been in engaged in a desperate battle
to keep their heads above water.
Furthermore, in an attempt to save their bottom line, many have redirected their focus towards downstream.
However, this – at best – has provided only a temporary respite. Indeed, the latest indications are that a number of factors in the second half of this
year point to tougher times ahead for the refined products sector. These
include a rash of announced new downstream projects in the Middle East
and a downturn in the Chinese economy that was capped by a surprise
devaluation of the Chinese Renminbi currency in August.
The Egypt Downstream Summit & Exhibition Advisory Board Meeting
The World Refining Association gathered 26 stakeholders in Egypt’s refining and petrochemical industry for the Inaugural Egypt Downstream Summit & Exhibition Advisory Board meeting.
The objective of the advisory board meeting was to discuss the key challenges, themes and opportunities that will make up the agenda for the inaugural Egypt Downstream Summit taking place in February next year.Download Now
Global Report on Refining and Petrochemical Integration
By collating insights from pioneering companies in this area,
we have created a report to enable you to benchmark, analyse
trends, learn from issues encountered to date, evaluate the
decisions behind operations and identify a strategy that can be
implemented into your own business.
The future for Egypt’s oil and gas industry
Egypt is currently the largest oil producer in Africa outside of OPEC and the second largest gas producer, after Algeria. This report collates insights from key stakeholders in country’s oil and gas industry to enable you to assess the risk vs.reward potential of investing in Egypt.
This report includes:
- An expert insight on the next steps that need to be taken by Egypt to increase production.
- A roundtable discussion on the potential of Egypt to become a regional gas hub
- An interview with Waleed Abukishk, Shell Egypt on the current challenges and opportunities of operating in the region.