Upper Egypt Gas Pipeline
From Global Energy Monitor
|This article is part of the Global Fossil Infrastructure Tracker, a project of Global Energy Monitor.|
Upper Egypt Gas Pipeline is an existing natural gas pipeline, running from Dahshour to Aswan, Egypt.
The pipeline runs from Dahshour, Giza governorate, to Aswan, Aswan governorate, Egypt.
- Phase 1: Dahshour to Koriamat, 88 km, 36"
- Phase 2: Koriamat to Beni Suef, 28 km, 30"
- Phase 3: Beni Suef to Abu Qirqas, 150 km, 32"
- Phase 4: Abu Qirqas to Asyut, 150 km, 32"
- Phase 5: Asyut to Girga, 122 km, 32"
- Phase 6: Girga to Aswan, 392 km, 30"
- Operator: Nile Valley Gas Company
- Parent Company: Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS)
- Current capacity: 1,160.24 million cubic feet per day
- Length: 930 kilometers
- Status: Operating
- Start Year: 2009
Articles and resources
- South Valley Gas Pipeline, Egypt Ministry of Petroleum website, accessed July 2018.
- President Mubarak Inaugurates the Upper Egypt Gas Pipeline in Aswan, Egypt Ministry of Petroleum press release, 30 Dec. 2010.
- Upper Egypt Gas Pipeline Complete, Pipelines International, 1 Dec. 2009.
- President Mubarak Inaugurates the Upper Egypt Gas Pipeline in Aswan, Egypt Ministry of Petroleum], Dec. 30, 2010