The EIA reports that natural gas production in Egypt has been in decline, falling from a 2009 peak of 5.8 billion ft3/d to 3.9 ft3/d in 2016 (based on estimates in BP’s Statistical Review of World Energy). The startup of a number of natural gas development projects located offshore in the eastern Mediterranean Sea near Egypt’s northern coast has significantly altered the outlook for the region’s natural gas markets.
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