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Egyptian LNG is Egypt’s largest liquefied natural gas joint venture comprising of both local shareholders, such as the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (“EGPC”), Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (“EGAS”) and foreign shareholders, such as Shell Group plc, PETRONAS and Engie (Gaz de Suez), all of which are prominent international players in the industry. Collectively, with their continued dedication and support, they have pooled resources to launch this integrated world-class LNG processing plant achieving one of the lowest-cost facilities worldwide.

Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC)

EGPC is the government-owned mother of all Egyptian oil companies. It is a 50% partner in every oil production concession and jointly manages as enormous portfolio of hydrocarbons resources comprising oil, gas and condensates.

Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS)

EGAS is the key vehicle through which the Egyptian Government promotes and drives the natural gas industry in Egypt. EGAS was established in August 2001 to unify Egypt’s extensive gas industry in recognition of its growing economic importance. EGAS is the entity through which the government participates in natural gas activities covering the full supply chain from exploration to distribution.

Royal Dutch - Shell (RDS)

Shell companies in Egypt are wholly owned by the Royal Dutch Shell plc. Actively contributing to the development of Egypt's natural resources and its people since 1911, Shell Egypt business today spans upstream oil and gas exploration & production, with operations located in the Western Desert and the Mediterranean Sea. Shell is also now a leading player with investments spanning the value chain including LNG, through our Egyptian LNG (ELNG) joint-venture, and the lubricants business through Shell Lubricants Egypt (SLE).

Petronas

PETRONAS is Malaysia’s national petroleum corporation and is wholly owned by the government. Since its incorporation, PETRONAS has grown to be an integrated international oil and gas company with business interests in more than 30 countries. The Group is engaged in a wide spectrum of petroleum activities ranging from exploration and production to oil refining, marketing and distribution of petroleum products, trading, gas processing and liquefaction, gas transmission, marketing of LNG, in addition to petrochemicals.
PETRONAS is considered as one of the biggest LNG producers worldwide with wide local and international experience in the field of LNG.

ENGIE

As one of the leading European gas groups, Engie (Gas de Suez) has established a position in the full range of natural gas sectors and associated energy services throughout the world. The company has activity in exploration-production, natural gas trading, transmission, storage, distribution and energy management.
Engie is also a leader in Liquefied Natural Gas technology, storage and distribution. The company has a strong position in Europe and operates throughout the world, promoting a policy of alliances and partnerships at all levels of the gas industry.