Egypt’s imports of Israeli gas fell by 26%

Starting this month, Egypt’s imports of Israeli liquefied natural gas fell by 26% to currently reach approximately 850 million cubic feet, according to a government official who spoke to Al-Sharq, on condition of anonymity.

Egypt relies on Israeli gas to meet part of its domestic demand, with the surplus being exported in the form of liquefied gas to Europe mainly during the winter months only, through liquefaction plants in Idku and Damietta with a production capacity of 2.1 billion cubic feet per day.

The government official attributed the decline in imports to the rise in temperatures and the increase in domestic consumption in Israel, noting that the quantities of gas imported from Israel to Egypt are currently estimated at about 850 million cubic feet per day, compared to 1.15 billion per day on average during last May.

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