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The Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources is the Egyptian authority that supervises exploration, production, marketing and distribution of oil, gas and other natural resources. The current Minister is Mohamed Ghorab.
The petroleum sector in Egypt consists of 6 state-owned entities. These are: Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC), Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company(EGAS), Egyptian Petrochemicals Holding Company (ECHEM), Ganoub El Wadi Petroleum Holding Company (GANOPE), and Egyptian General Authority for Mineral Resources.
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- Ministry website
- The Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC)
- The Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company
- The Egyptian Petrochemicals Holding Company
- Ganoub El-Wadi Petroleum Holding Company
- Egyptian General Authority for Mineral Resources
Cabinet of Essam SharafOfficeNameTermOfficeNameTerm Vice Prime Minister Yehia El-Gamal (resigned) Ali El-Selmy (incumbent) 2011 Ministry of Interior Mansour el-Essawy 2011 Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation Ayman Farid Abu-Hadid 2011 Ministry of Justice Mohamed Abdel Aziz Ibrahim El-Gendy 2011 Minister of State for Antiquities Affairs Zahi Hawass† 2011-March 2011 Ministry of State for Local Development Mohsen El-Nomani Mohamed Hafez† 2006 Ministry of Civil Aviation Ibrahim Manna 2011 Ministry of Manpower and Migration Ahmed Hassan El-Boraei Ahmed Al-Boraei† 2005 Ministry of Communications and Information Technology Magued Osman 2011 Ministry of State for Military Production Sayed Meshaal 2011 Ministry of Culture Emad Badr El-Din Mahmoud Abu Ghazy 2011 Ministry of Petroleum and Metallurgical Wealth Mohamed Abdalla Mohamed Abdel Menim Ghorab† 1999 Ministry of Education and Higher Education Ahmed Gamal Eddin Moussa 2011 Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation Faiza Abu Naga 2011 Ministry of Electricity and Energy Hassan Younes 2011 Ministry of Religious Endowment (Awkaf) Abd Alla Al-Husseni Ahmed Helal 2011 Ministry of State for the Environment Affairs Maged George† 2004 Ministry of Scientific Research, Science and Technology Amr Ezzat Salama 2011 Ministry of Finance Samir Radwan 2011 Ministry of Social Solidarity and Justice Gouda Abdel Khalek† 2005 Ministry of Foreign Affairs Mohamed Kamel Amr 2011 Ministry of Tourism Mounir Fakhry Abdel Nour 2011 Ministry of Health and Population Ashraf Hatem 2011 Ministry of Trade and Industry Samir El-Sayiad 2011 Ministry of Housing, Utilities and Urban Development Mohamed Fathy El-Baradei 2011 Ministry of Transportation Atef Abdel Hamid Moustafa 2011 () Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation Hussien Ehsan Al-Atfy 2011 Governor - Central Bank of Egypt Farouk Abd El Baky El Okdah 2011 Minister without portfolio; GID Chief Murad Muwafi 2011 Chairman of the Suez Canal Authority Ahmed Ali Fadel† 1996 Permanent Representative to the United Nations Maged A. Abdelaziz 2011†Remained from previous administration. Below solid line: Granted Cabinet-level rank although not automatically part of the Cabinet.
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