Middle East gas pipeline to export next year
The Egyptian Minister of Petroleum, Sameh Fahmi, declared that the Middle East Gas Pipeline will begin to export next year, reported Al-Hayat. Following a tour of the pipeline construction site, the minister revealed that the company responsible for the Arish-Taba-Aqaba pipeline connecting Jordan, Lebanon and Syria awarded the project to the Petroleum Industries Engineering Company, which belongs to the Egyptian oil sector. — (menareport.com)
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