Sponsoring EGYPS 2021 will provide you with the ideal platform to showcase your brand, products and services to the largest Oil & Gas audience in the North Africa and the Mediterranean enabling you to:

  • Network with decision makers

  • Gain exposure to EPCs, OEMs, IOCs and NOCs

  • Source new suppliers, agents and business partners

  • Generate sales leads and do business

  • Market your brand in front of global industry leaders and experts including EPCs, OEMs, IOCs and NOCs, 450 international exhibitors and over 30,000 attendees

  • Demonstrate your business strength, innovation and expertise

  • Support closed-door networking opportunities with the industries leaders

  • Provide a platform to share your ideas, concepts and solutions

  • Position your brand as a key industry player

  • Raise awareness, create a preference and drive attendees to your stand

Enhance your corporate image that ultimately influences customer attitudes

Heighten your company’s visibility and profile before, during and after the event

Assist with driving sales as potential clients seek out your company

Differentiate your company and standout within the competition



Egypt has 7 refinery upgrading projects ongoing with a total investment of $8.6 billion.


28 new blocks for oil and gas exploration to international companies through six bid rounds over the past four years. Exploration area is 10,000 km2, and minimum investments are $326 million.


Egypt announced 55 discoveries in 2019, of which 40 were crude oil discoveries and 15 were natural gas discoveries.


$22 billion invested in the downstream, refining and petrochemicals domains.

Reforms:Leadership Achievements - Sector Level

True to Egypt’s pioneering legacy, as the originator of the East Mediterranean Gas Forum, January 2020 saw the founding members initialise the EMGF statute. This further cemented Egypt’s leadership position in building a coalition of interdependent societies, establishing a partnership with the European Union, and forging a more prosperous and consciously sustainable energy future for the Eastern Mediterranean region

Storage Capacity: The following projects were completed during 2019

SUMED established diesel storage facilities and handling imported petroleum products with a total capacity of 105,000 m3 in Ain Sokhna port, with a total cost of the two-stage project of about $415 million.

Sonker’s bulk-liquids terminal in Ain Sokhna with a total capacity of 250,000 m3, in addition to the establishment of two lines to transport butane and a line to transport diesel, with a total cost of $450 million.

Gas Reserves:

Egypt’s astonishing gas renaissance, estimating there is 61tn ft³ of gas reserves in existing fields with another 45tn ft³ waiting to be found.