Egypt Sample Clauses

Egypt s Islamists,” 42.
Egypt. Egypt has continually operated in both domestic and export markets. Unexpected growth in the domestic gas market post-2000 as well as falling domestic gas production forced the country to re- evaluate its gas priorities. By 2012, natural gas had assumed a majority share (~50%) in the nation’s primary energy mix, as compared to only 35% at the turn of the century. Falling domestic production implied that in the long run demand would far outstrip domestic supply, forcing the government to reduce exports and lower the subsidy on gas delivery to the industrial sector. Egypt began imports of LNG in early 2015 after it commissioned two FSRUs at Port of Sokhna. However, the discovery and fast-track development of the Zohr offshore gas field after 2015 has set Egypt on the path to reducing imports. Policymakers are increasingly looking to transform Egypt into an energy hub in the region, owing in part to the already existing maritime trade routes and pipeline infrastructure in the country[49]. The focus is on upstream value chain development. By September 2018, the state gas company, EGAS, had reported self-sufficiency in natural gas. The government is also looking to boost foreign investment in the country’s energy sector; Egypt has secured investment commitments to the tune of $400 million from the US-IFDC for insurance of the gas security in the region by rehabilitation of a subsea trunk line from Israel[50]. EGAS also retains one FSRU (BW Singapore) as a strategic measure to secure gas supply in case production deficiencies arise, while the other has been released from contract since 2018 to cut expenses after the country stopped importing LNG[51]. The country is also expanding its gas distribution and transmission network to increase access to the industrial sector. Alami [18] shows that nearly 63 percent of electricity generation is from domestic natural gas, making it the biggest consumer of Egypt’s NG.
Egypt. These country specific provisions apply if you are located in Egypt or if the DSA will be enforced in Egypt. In such case: The following sentences shall be inserted after the first sentence of Section 5.2: To the extent that any applicable Laws do not recognize Siemens, its business partners, and/or its licensors as the owner of all intellectual property rights in the Platform, you hereby assign to Siemens, its business partners, and/or its licensors the intellectual property rights in the Platform and Services (including all present and future copyrights, copyright revivals, and extensions). Such assignment shall take effect upon the creation of each such right. In the event the DSA, including without limitation this Section 5.2, do not operate to assign all intellectual property rights in the Platform and Services fully and effectively to Siemens, its business partners, and/or licensors, you hereby irrevocably grant to and/or agree to procure for Siemens, its business partners, and/or licensors’ benefit an irrevocable, exclusive, perpetual, assignable, freely sub-licensable, worldwide, royalty-free license to use and to such rights in the Platform and Services from the date of the creation of such rights. Section 8.4 of this document shall be replaced as follows: Scope of Limitations and Exclusions. The limitations and exclusions in Sections 6.2, 13.4, and this Section 8 shall not apply: (i) in cases of willful misconduct and gross negligence; (ii) in cases of bodily injuries or death caused by our negligence;
Egypt. ARTICLE 86. Hungary declares that she recognises the Protectorate proclaimed over Egypt by Great Britain on December 18, 1914, and that she renounces, so far as she is concerned, the régime of the capitulations in Egypt
Egypt. Box 12 [Correspondence with Renée Friedman and other participants, 1996-1997. "Report to the Supreme Council of Antiquities on the 1996 Field Season of the Hierakonpolis Expedition" "Report to the Supreme Council of Antiquities on the 1997 Field Season of the Hierakonpolis Expedition"] Box 12 [Correspondence with Roxie Walker and other participants, 1988-1989. Pictures of group on site] Box 12 [Field Journal 1997 Season Hierakonpolis, Egypt] Box 12 [Journal, Visa application, Trip expenses. "Proposal for the establishment of the Institute for Bioanthropological Sciences." Correspondence with Mrs. Roxie Walker, 1988] Box 12 [Travel information and finances, 1996, 1997] Box 12 [USC Research and Productive Scholarship (RPS) application for Egypt field work, 1996]
Egypt. J. Soil Sci.Vol.56, No.1, pp.169-186 (2016) Effect of Biochar, Compost Tea and Magnetic Iron Ore Application on some Soil Properties and Pro ductivity of Some Field Crops under Saline Soils Conditions at North Nile Delta Megahed Mohamed Amer Agriculture Research Center, Sakha Agricultural Research Station, Soil Water and Environment Research Institute (SWERI),Giza, Egypt. T WO field experiments were conducted at Sakha Agric. Res. Station Farm, North Delta, during two seasons, summer of 2015 and winter of 2016 to study the effect of biochar, compost tea and magnetite iron ore application on some soil properties and its productivity under saline soil conditions. The experiments were designed as randomized complete blocks with three replicates. It is found that, salinity and sodicity of the soil were highly significant decreased due to different treatments after the harvesting of plants. Cation exchange capacity and soil porosity were highly significant increased due to individual application of biochar, compost tea, or magnetic iron ore and recorded the highest values by combination of treatments. While, bulk density was decreased soil infiltration rate and hydraulic conductivity were highly significant increased and recorded the highest value by combination of treatments after harvesting of plants. Soil nutrients availability, yield, water use efficiency and NPK uptake by crops were highly significant increased with individual treatments and recorded the highest values using combination of them. Total income, net income, economical efficiency and net income from water unit were highly significant increased by individual application of all treatments and recorded the highest values by combination of them. It could be concluded that 400 L fed-1 of compost tea, 2.0 Mg fed-1 as biochar amendments and 150 kg fed-1 as magnetic iron ore application can be economically used for production of wheat and maize. The remediation of salt-affected soil in North Delta using previous soil amendments should be applied further, as an effective way of enhancing food crops productivity and improving some soil properties. Keywords: Biochar, Compost tea, Magnetic iron ore, Net income, Saline soil, Soil properties, Wheat & maize yield. Wheat (Triticm aestivum L.) and maize (Zea mays L.) are considered the most two important cereal crops in Egypt. The amount needed is greater than that locally produced. Therefore, increasing its productivity as well as cultivated area is highly rec...
Egypt. The 49 mt of dried fruits under verification from 2011 was not admitted into the country and was destroyed under WFP procedures. It has therefore been recorded as a pre-delivery loss.
Egypt. Thani Stratex Resources (Hutite & Anbat-Shakoosh)