As per the new MoU, both sides would use an existing pipeline to transport hydrogen in the future.
Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Tarek al-Mulla met with Chairman of the Palestinian Investment Fund Mohamed Mostafa.
Egypt will begin to export 60 to 65 million cubic feet of gas per day to Lebanon.
In his statements, El-Molla added that Egypt will supply gas in line with the quantity requested by Lebanon as soon as possible.
In statements on Tuesday, Molla said the Egyptian-French ties are extending and well established and have recently witnessed a notable progress.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi said that electricity linkage with Greece and Cyprus is getting Egypt close to linkage with Europe.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi began his visit to Athens Tuesday by a bilateral meeting with Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.
Mulla noted in a panel discussion held by the Egyptian Petroleum Association that Octane 80 is no longer considered a good-quality fuel.
Egyptian Ambassador in Beirut Yasser Elwi met on Thursday with Lebanese Minister of Energy and Water Walid Fayyad as they discussed the latest developments as regards the exportation of Egypt's gas to Lebanon.
The goal is substituting the use of butane-gas cylinders subsidized by the government.
Mait added that since April until present, 500 cars have been delivered to beneficiaries with the state funding them with LE16.2 million.
The minister pointed out to the goal set to transform 450,000 fuel-powered cars to become gas-powered over three years between 2020 and 2023.
Claudio Descalzi, CEO of the energy company Eni, met on Thursday with President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi.
The Greek prime minister affirmed his country's rejection of the Libyan-Turkish MoU signed in December 2019.
In the following, Egypt Today sheds light on joint Egyptian-Jordanian economic projects and activities.
Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Tarek al-Mulla stated that Egypt will not need to import liquid fuel by 2023.
There are no injuries or deaths.
“Cars are required to be assembled in Egypt, with a local component ratio of no less than 45 percent,” the minister pointed.
These laws were published in the Egyptian Gazette in its issue on March 2.
Hungary plans to receive natural gas from Egypt and distribute it across central Europe once the Greek-Bulgarian pipeline is completed, the Hungarian foreign minister said Tuesday.