Egypt’s oil and gas demand on the rise.
by Gordon Ballard, IOGP Executive Director
In 2018, Egypt’s energy demand reached an all-time high with 94.5 million tons of oil equivalent, twice the demand of 20 years ago. Egypt has relied on oil as a fuel since pharonic times – as revealed in ancient hieroglyphics and wall paintings – so it is perhaps not surprising that more than 90% of the countries’ primary energy demand was met by oil and gas in recent years.
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