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2019 Egypt Petroleum Ports Development Business Briefing

Opportunity to Meet with Energy Decision-Makers from Egypt

Wednesday, July 10, 2019
8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Houston, Texas

On a visit to the United States, energy decision-makers from Egypt will meet with leading U.S. petroleum port operators and oil and gas suppliers in support of the Egyptian government’s plans to modernize the country’s oil and gas sector. The itinerary will introduce delegates to advanced U.S. technologies, services, and best practices related to petroleum port development as Egypt works to establish itself as a regional energy hub. The visit, hosted by the U.S. Trade and Development Agency, will allow U.S. companies to meet with and showcase their solutions to the delegation, as well as learn about upcoming project opportunities valued at more than $8 billion.

Attend the Business Briefing To:
* Gain market intelligence and learn about upcoming opportunities
* Form new business partnerships and meet with key decision-makers
* Learn about Egypt’s petroleum ports infrastructure development strategy

Delegates Represent:
* Ministry of Petroleum & Mineral Resources
* Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation
* Egyptian Petrochemicals Holding Company
* Major Egyptian port operators


With access to significant oil and gas reserves and surrounded by 2000 kilometers of coastline, along with 19 petroleum ports, Egypt is strategically positioned to become a regional energy hub. To realize this potential, the Egyptian government, through the Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, recently launched a modernization strategy that aims at boosting annual output by increasing the capacity of its major refineries, as well as developing and expanding the country’s petroleum ports. The plans involve expanding piers, deepening ports and significantly expanding storage capacity along the coast.

Similar to the Suez-Mediterranean pipeline, which is responsible for transporting 120 million tons of crude from the Gulf to the rest of the world, Egypt is focused on the transit of natural gas and petroleum products for export by connecting its existing 9,500 km of pipelines to its ports. As an industry leader, U.S. companies have cutting-edge solutions that can support the Egyptian government’s ambitious $8 billion investment strategy to revitalize its oil and gas sector.

Registration Fee: $75
Registration includes Networking Breakfast, Buffet Lunch,
Briefing Book and Opportunity to Schedule 1:1 Meetings with Delegates.

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