Egypt approves $200 mln in energy projects with foreign and national companies

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Egypt’s cabinet said on Tuesday it has approved five crude oil and gas project agreements with foreign and national energy companies with expected investments of around $200 million.

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The agreements include gas and crude oil exploration projects in the Mediterranean, Nile delta and Western desert, it added.

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