Egypt Gas Company is prepared to supply the fuel requirements of the airport at the New Administrative Capitol once it begins operations, the Head of Egypt Gas, Mohamed Shabaan, told Akhbar El Yom Newspaper.

Egypt Gas will bear the sole responsibility for meeting the airport’s demand for fuel, Shabaan noted.

The volume supplied will depend upon the needs of the airport and its flight volume, Shabaan said. Depending upon demand, other suppliers could assume some of the responsibility of meeting the airport’s fuel needs, he added.

The company is also ready to establish gasoline stations in the New Administrative Capitol, he said, but noted that, as it is a pre-planned city, planners would determine the number and location of gasoline stations. Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC) will then assign these stations to individual companies.

Along with other suppliers, such as Exxon Mobil, BP, Total, and Emarat Misr Company, the company already supplies Cairo International Airport.

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