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1. Egyptian Natural Gas Industry Development By Dr. Hamed Korkor Chairman Assistant Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company EGAS United Nations – Economic Commission for Europe Working Party on Gas 17th annual Meeting Geneva, Switzerland January 23-24, 2007

2. Early Gas Discoveries:Early Gas Discoveries: 19671967 First Gas Production:First Gas Production:19751975 Egyptian Natural Gas Industry History

3. Natural Gas Share of HydrocarbonsNatural Gas Share of Hydrocarbons Energy Production (2005/2006)Energy Production (2005/2006) Natural Gas 54%Oil 46 % Total = 71 Million Tons

4. . 0 100 km UMBARKA KHALDAKHALDA QANTARA ELQANTARAELQANTARA EL MANSOURA MERLONMERLON MANZALA CENTURIONCENTURIONEL WASTANI N BARDAWIL IEOCIEOC RAS ELBARR bpbp. W. MEDITERRANEAN bp BALTIM NE MED GASMED GAS DENISESETH HA'PY AKIK TUNA TEMSAH PETROTTEMSAHPETROTTEMSAHTAO SET I- PLIO 28°00E 32°00E 32°00N 26°00E 34°00E30°00E BALTIM N GIZA CAIRO ALEXANDRIA N. ALAMEIN NALPETCONALPETCO N.E. MED DEEPWATER SHELLSHELL TAREK KHALDAKHALDA KHALDA OFFSET APACHEAPACHE KHALDA/ KHALDA WEST / SALLAM KHALDAKHALDA OBAIYED BAPETCOBAPETCO MELIHA AGIBAAGIBA MATRUH APACHEAPACHE KHALDA KHALDAKHALDA SIDI KRIER WEST MEDITERRANEAN APACHEAPACHE EL HAMRA RASKANAYES APACHEAPACHE RAS EL HEKMA APACHEAPACHE W.MED APACHEAPACHE N.ABU QIR A /QIR/A QIR W EGPCEGPC Restricted Area N.ALEX bpbp N.ALEX bp ABU MADI EGPCEGPC ABU MADI W NIDOCONIDOCO EL QARAA NIDOCONIDOCO BALTIM E MED GAS EDDM IEOCIEOC RESTRICTED NW DEMIATTA SHELLSHELL CENTURION MERLON / EL QANTARA APACHE / KHALDA Bp/ GUPCO BG / RASHPETCO EGPC GEOGE IEOC / PETROBEL / AGIBA SHELL / BAPETCO OPEN AREA BALTIM S MED GASMED GAS KHEPRI/SETHOS KHALDAKHALDA MATRUH ON/OFFSHORE SHELLSHELL WDDM BG KAROUS KALABSHA KHALDAKHALDA ROSETTA BG N.IDKU GEOGE BALTIM E P. FOUAD PETROBELPETROBEL MEDITERRANEANMEDITERRANEAN SEASEA AREA KAMOSE IEOC UpStreamActivities(Agreements)

5. Western Desert 11% Gulf of Suez 8% Delta 3% Mediterranean 78% UpStreamActivities(Reserves) 48 52 58 62 65 67 68.2 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 99/00 00/01 01/02 02/03 03/04 04/05 June 2006 TCF Natural Gas Proven Reserves Development

6. Natural Gas Industry Main Indicators (November 2006) •• Gas ProductionGas Production 5.6 BCF/D5.6 BCF/D •• Gas SalesGas Sales 5.1 BCF/D5.1 BCF/D •• LPG ProductionLPG Production 2.6 K Ton/D2.6 K Ton/D •• Propane ProductionPropane Production 0.6 K Ton/D0.6 K Ton/D •• CC22/C/C33 mixmix ProductionProduction 1.4 K Ton/D1.4 K Ton/D •• Condensates ProductionCondensates Production 105 KBBL/D105 KBBL/D

7. Hapy LTS Design Capacity : 340 MMscf/D Sales Gas : 320 MMscf/D Cond. : 1200 bbl / D East Baltim Gas to Abu Madi Facilities Rosette LTS Design Capacity : 300 MMscf/D Sales Gas : 275 MMscf/D Cond. : 1200 bbl / D Abu Madi & N. Abu Madi LTS Design Capacity : 360 MMscf/D LPG Design Capacity : 540 MMscf/D Sales Gas : 540 MMscf/D Cond. : 8500 bbl / D LPG : 400 Ton /D Amyria LPG Design Capacity : 300 MMscf/D Sales Gas : 275 MMscf/D Cond. : 800 bbl / D LPG : 350 Ton /D Salam LTS Design Capacity : 200 MMscf/D Sales Gas : 180 MMscf/D Cond. : 9000 bbl / D LTS Obayied LTS Design Capacity : 420 MMscf/D Sales Gas : 400 MMscf/D Cond. : 40000 bbl / D Bed 2 , 3 LTS Design Capacity : 315 MMscf/D Sales Gas : 300 MMscf/D Cond. : 7000 bbl / D Abu Ghradik LTS Design Capacity : 160 MMscf/D Sales Gas : 140 MMscf/D Cond. : 1800 bbl / D Abu Sannan LTS Design Capacity : 85 MMscf/D Sales Gas : 75 MMscf/D Cond. : 400 bbl / D Dahshour LPG Design Capacity : 138 MMscf/D Sales Gas : 125 MMscf/D LPG : 300 Ton /D Trans Gulf LPG Design Capacity : 130 MMscf/D Sales Gas : 70 MMscf/D Cond. : 3400 bbl / D LPG : 900 Ton /D Ras Shoukier LPG Design Capacity : 220 MMscf/D Sales Gas : 170 MMscf/D Cond. : 5000 bbl / D LPG : 1000 Ton /D Zeit Bay LPG Design Capacity : 90 MMscf/D Sales Gas : 20 MMscf/D Cond. : 3400 bbl / D LPG : 500 Ton /D Abu Rudies LPG Design Capacity : 50 MMscf/D Sales Gas : 40 MMscf/D Cond. : 3400 bbl / D LPG : 400 Ton /D Abu Madi EL QARA Alexandria Abu Qir Sedi kreir Ameriya TarekEL - Obayied Salam South Om Barka Abu Sannan Abu El Ghradik Bed-2,3 Ayoun Moussa Dahshour Tebbin Cairo Suez ZafranaKoraymat Ras Bakr Ras Shoukier Asiout ELMenia NGL Unit Design Capacity : 550 MMscf / D Sales Gas : 470 MMscf / D Ethane / Propane : 1400 Ton / D Propane : 600 Ton / D LPG : 850 Ton / D Cond. : 700 bbl / D Port Fouad / Darfeel / Temsah LTS Design Capacity : 600 MMscf/D Sales Gas : 580 MMscf/D Cond. : 22000 bbl / D LT S L P G LT S & L P G N G L L N G Abu Qir Design Capacity : 240 MMscf/D Sales Gas : 220 MMscf/D Cond. : 3500 bbl / D LPG : 200 Ton /D LTS Design Capacity : 300 MMscf/D N. Abu Madi Port Said Port Fouad LPG Damietta LNG (Idku) Feed :500 MMscf / D LNG : 9155 Ton / D 2 TrainsDesign Capacity : 100 MMscf/D Sales Gas : 85 MMscf/D Cond. : 5000 bbl / D Tarek LTS MED. NGL (UGDC) Feed : 1100 MMscf/D Propane : 790 Ton / D LPG : 930 BBL / D Cond. : 2800 BB / D LNG (Damietta) Feed : 750 MMscf / D LNG : 14232Ton / D LNG (Damietta) Feed : 750 MMscf / D LNG : 14232Ton / D

8. Baltim Damietta Talkha Shabshir Tanta Oyoun Moussa Sadat City Abu Zaabal 10 of the Ramadan Dahshour Tebbin Suez City Gas City Gas Zafrana City Gas Koraymat Nile Valley Co. 6 October Alexandria Sedi kreir Ameriya Mahmudya Egypt Gas TarekEL - Obyed Salam South Om Barka Matruh Abu Sannan Abu El Ghradik Bed-2,3 Ras Bakr Ras Shoukir EL - Shabab Abu Sultan Asiout Beni Suef ELMenia Cairo Hapy Ameriya Cement Borg Elarab Abu Hommos Abu Madi EL sheikh zowayed Port Fouad Port Said East Port Said P.S P.S Arish Cement Sinai & Ind. Area ElQara ToEasternpipeline Taba Arish 24 ”- 45 km36 ”-194 km 24”-145km 16 ”-165 km 16 ”-22 km 42 ”- 40 km 24 ”-50 km 32 ”-167 km 32 ”- 85 km 24 ”- 215 km 16 ”- 114 km 32 ”- 75 km 16 ”-192 km 18 ”-162 km 16 ”-256 km 24 ”- 25 km 22 ”- 87 km 16 ”-38.5 km 28 ”- 46 km 20 ”- 65 km 32 ”-170 km 30 ”- 28 km 22 ”- 40 km 12 ”- 40 km 28”-118 km 28 ”- 86 km 24 ”- 45 km 32 ”-200 km24 ”-22 km 12 ”-14 km 22 ”- 40 km Existing. P/L Under Cons. P/L Under Study. P/L Gas Fields Off Shore Facilities Distribution Station Power Station Industrial Area Gas Fields On Shore Mediterranean Sea Western Desert Western Desert Sinai Sinai Abu Qir Scarab/ Saffron Rosetta Abu Qir Total Pipelines Network Length = 16156 KMTotal Pipelines Network Length = 16156 KM

9. National Gas Transmission Lines Development (High Pressure) 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 80/81 81/82 82/83 83/84 84/85 85/86 86/87 87/88 88/89 89/90 90/91 91/92 92/93 93/94 94/95 95/96 96/97 97/98 98/99 99/00 00/01 01/02 02/03 04/05 05/06 570 KM 5700 By December 2006: National Grid Length (High Pressure) = 5700 Km Total Length = 16,156 Km By December 2006: National Grid Length (High Pressure) = 5700 Km Total Length = 16,156 Km

10. National Gas Grid Capacity Development 180 36 100 130 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 1996/1997 2001/2002 2006/2007 2016/2017 MMCMD

11. Natural Gas Demand DevelopmentNatural Gas Demand Development MidStreamActivities 0 10000 20000 30000 40000 50000 60000 80/81 81/82 82/83 83/84 84/85 85/86 86/87 87/88 88/89 89/90 90/91 91/92 92/93 93/94 94/95 95/96 96/97 97/98 98/99 99/00 00/01 01/02 02/03 03/04 04/05 05/06 BSCM 2.4 52.4 18.1 3.7 0.7

12. Natural Gas Demand by Sector Share (2005/2006) DownStreamActivities Electricity 39% Vehicles 1% Fertilizers 5% Industry 7% Cement 5% Petroleum 7% Residential 1% Export 35%

13. 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000 80/81 81/82 82/83 83/84 84/85 85/86 86/87 87/88 88/89 89/90 90/91 91/92 92/93 93/94 94/95 95/96 96/97 97/98 98/99 99/2000 2000/01 2001/02 2002/03 2003/04 2004/2005 2005/2006 Ele c tric ity F e rtilize r Indus try C e m e nt P e tro le um R e s . & C o m m . Ve hic le s ( 1980/81 – 2005/2006 )( 1980/81 – 2005/2006 ) 34.1 Average Annual GR = 11.2 %Average Annual GR = 11.2 % Natural Gas Consumption DevelopmentNatural Gas Consumption DevelopmentNatural Gas Consumption Development 2.4 BCM

14. Natural Gas Consumption By SectorNatural Gas Consumption By Sector ShareShare (2005/2006)(2005/2006) Electricity 62%Fertilizer 8% Industry 10% Cement 7% Petroleum 10% Residential 2% Vehicles 1%

15. NGV Industry Current SituationNGV Industry Current Situation (End of November 2006)(End of November 2006) •• Operating CompaniesOperating Companies : 6: 6 •• Converted VehiclesConverted Vehicles : 75 Thousand: 75 Thousand •• Fueling StationsFueling Stations OperatingOperating : 110: 110 Under ConstructionUnder Construction : 17: 17 •• Conversion CentersConversion Centers : 54: 54 •• Natural Gas ConsumptionNatural Gas Consumption : 27.4 MMCM/Month: 27.4 MMCM/Month (Nov.)(Nov.) Taxi 72% Others 3% Buses 2% Light Trucks 1% Private 9% Pik-up 7% Mirobuses 3% Fork Lift 3%

16. Natural Gas ExportNatural Gas Export

17. Gas Export Projects – Cont.Gas Export Projects – Cont. To Jordan, Syria & then to Lebanon, Cyprus and Europe To Jordan, Syria & then to Lebanon, Cyprus and Europe Agreement : Signed in Jan. 2001. Export : 1.1 - 3 Billion CM / Y. Investment : US $ 200. Operation : July 2003.11 ““Phase IPhase I ““ To Jordan:To Jordan: (Al(Al ArishArish –– TabaTaba-- AqabahAqabah)) Through Pipelines:Through Pipelines: ArabGasArabGas Pipeline:Pipeline: Total Capacity= 10 BCMTotal Capacity= 10 BCM

18. ““Phase IIPhase II ”” AqabaAqaba––Rehab :Rehab : 36”/393 Km Pipeline System Investments: US $ 270 - 300 million 36”/ 540 Km Pipeline System Investments: US $ 400 - 500 million ““Phase IIIPhase III ”” Jordan/Syria/TurkeyJordan/Syria/Turkey

19. First Project with UnionFirst Project with Union FenosaFenosa (at Damietta):(at Damietta): •• Contract was signed in July 2000.ntract was signed in July 2000. •• One train of a total capacity ofOne train of a total capacity of 7.6 BCM annually (4.8 million7.6 BCM annually (4.8 million tons LNG).tons LNG). Investment: over US $ 1.3 billionInvestment: over US $ 1.3 billion ((EGAS 20% & UF 80%) ••Operation: end of 2004.Operation: end of 2004. Export of the first LNG Cargo: Jan. 20, 2005Export of the first LNG Cargo: Jan. 20, 2005 As LNG: Two ProjectsAs LNG: Two Projects

20. Gas Exports Projects – Cont.Gas Exports ProjectsGas Exports Projects –– Cont.Cont. The Second Project with BG, Petronas, GDF, EGPC & EGAS (at Idku): •• Contract was signed in April 2001.Contract was signed in April 2001. •• Two trains of total capacity 12 BCMTwo trains of total capacity 12 BCM annually (7.2 MM tons).annually (7.2 MM tons). •• Investment:Investment: US $ 1.9 billionUS $ 1.9 billion •• Investment Shares:Investment Shares: EGPC & EGAS 24%, BG, Petronas 35.5% each, GDF 5% •• Operation: midOperation: mid-- 2005.2005. Export of the first LNG Cargo: May 2005 Export of the first LNG cargo from train two: September 2005 Export of the first LNG Cargo: May 2005 Export of the first LNG cargo from train two: September 2005

21. 22ndnd Project inProject in IdkuIdku (Alex.)(Alex.) LNGProjects

22. Egyptian LNG Export To USA To Italy

23. NGL Recovery Development ProjectNGL Recovery Development Project (UGD)(UGD) Objective :Extract Gas Valuable Derivatives Capacity :1100 MMSCFD from Offshore Gas Field North Port Said Operation :End 2004 Ann. Products : 330 thousand tons LPG (local market) 280 thousand tons propane (export) 500 thousand tons ethane (feedstock for Petrochemical industry) 1 million barrel condensates (local refineries)

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