Shell Egypt recently signed a partnership agreement with Nile Petroleum, identifying the latter as the primary distributor of Shell marine lubricants in Egypt, to serve ships passing through the Suez Canal.
Alaa Al-Gharbawi, managing director of Shell Egypt, emphasised the need to work with both national Egyptian petroleum and gas companies and international oil conglomerates in order to spur development, revive Egypt’s economy and provide fuel to ships passing through the Suez Canal and other ports throughout Egypt.
Ahmed Al-Tuni, president of the board of directors for Nile Petroleum, who signed the partnership agreement with Shell Egypt, said that the agreement constitutes a huge success for an Egyptian company, as it enables the provision and distribution marine oils to ships pEgypt)
More : assing through Egypt’s ports. Many consider this a testament to the extent to which foreign companies trust Nile Petroleum and its ability to work efficiently in Egyptian markets. (Daily news Egypt)