Clients Introduction

Our customers are from the energy sector of Oil &Gas companies or join venture Oil &Gas companies such as:

                       I.            Petrobel Oil Co.

                       II.          Gupco Oil Co.

                       III.         Fanar Oil Co.

                        IV.        Gemsha Petroleum Co.

                        V.          SUCO Oil Co.

            VI.         Abu Qir Petroleum Company

           -The contracts are usually medium term contracts and are paid in both US Dollars and Egyptian pound (60% USD- 40% EGP)

           - A quality department has been formed for this purpose which deals exclusively with quality activities, always looking for improvement



    In 1978 Belayim Petroleum Company PETROBEL has been established in accordance with the investment law No. 16 of 1978. PETROBEL is one of the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation companies jointly owned by ENI.

    PETROBEL main activities are exploration, and development of oil & gas fields and the production of oil, gas and condensates. BETROBEL produces 210.000 barrel/day of oil and condensates, 1150 million cubic feet/day of Gases, 650 ton/day of LPG.


    GUPCO (The Gulf of Suez Petroleum Company) is a joint venture owned in equal shares by BP and EGPC (The Egyptian General Petroleum Company).

    GUPCO is responsible for Oil and Gas production in the Gulf of Suez, the Western Desert and the Nile Delta.

    The Gas operation map of GUPCO includes Hapi field and “Akhen field” which is located 50 km from the Mediterranean shore and 5 km from the rig Hapi. The production capacity of the 2 wells of “Akhen field” (WA-1 and WA-2) is 80 million cubic feet of gas daily and 5200 barrels of condensates. GUPCO owns “Idfu field” in the Gulf of Suez with a production capacity of 20 to 25 thousand barrels of oil daily with an expected reserves of 30 million barrels of oil. Saqqara was a very important discovery for GUPCO in 2003.


    The Petroleum, Oil and Gas Corporation of South Africa (Pty) Limited (PetroSA) owns, operates and manages South Africa's commercial assets in the petroleum industry. PetroSA functions as a commercial non-listed entity under the South African law.

    The core business activity of PetroSA is: the exploration and production of oil and natural gas; the participation in and acquisition of local, as well as international upstream petroleum ventures; the production of synthetic fuels, procured from offshore gas at the world’s largest commercial Gas-to-Liquids (GTL) plant; the marketing and trading of oil and petrochemicals; and the storage of crude oil on behalf of the Strategic Fuel Fund.

    was established on January 15, 1978 and is currently working under Egyptian Investment Law 8 for 1997, with a paid capital of 150 million US Dollars. The Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC) is the principal shareholder owning 97% of the total shares of Enppi. Enppi provides full-integrated engineering, procurement, construction supervision and project management services for the petroleum, petrochemicals, power and other related industries.