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Despite Revolt and New Politics, it’s Business as Usual for Energy Sector in Egypt

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Having been affected in early 2011 by what they call “Force Majeure,” oil companies remain very active on the Egyptian exploration front. With violence erupting in January, most major companies had to scale back their expectations, only to resume normal activities after the departure of Hosni Mubarak.

Two examples of the normalization of activity include the work of German prospector RWE Dea and that of Sea Dragon Energy. Continue here | Click here to subscribe

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