Egypt Gasco plans to invest EGP9bn to improve local gas grid -Report
Mainly state-owned Egyptian Natural Gas Co., or Gasco , plans to invest 9 billion Egyptian pounds ($1.49 billion) to improve the efficiency of the country's gas network and to implement new projects on the grid, Cairo-based Al Masry Al Youm daily reports Saturday citing an executive.
Gasco spent EGP10.5 billion on the gas grid in the last decade, Khaled Abd Elbadie, the company's chairman said, according to the paper.
The daily cites Abd Elbadie as saying that his company has launched the second phase of its gas complex in the Western Sahara which aims to boost the daily capacity of the complex to 900 million cubic feet, from 600 million cubic feet. He added that the overall investment in the project's two phases totals about $400 million.
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