Egypt: The Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS) has cut the amount of gas it supplies to cement plants due to natural decreases in well productivity. Egyptian gas production dropped to 133Mm3/day from 166Mm3/day in May 2014, according to Mohammed Hassan, Assistant Deputy Chairman of EGAS. Subsequently EGAS has cut the volume of has it supplies to cement plants from 11.6Mm3/day by 7.08Mm3/day, a drop of 61%.
EGAS to cut cement plant gas consumption by 7.08Mm3/day
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