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For the seventh year in a row Shell and British Council Egypt hail the Intilaaqah 2012 Winning Graduates
Shell Egypt and British Council Egypt honoured the graduates of the ‘Shell Intilaaqah Egypt’ programme for 2012 yesterday, Sunday 23 June 2013. The Seventh Annual Awards ceremony in a row was held at Intercontinental City Stars, El Saraya Ballroom.
Shell today announces that it has reached an agreement with Total for the sale of its Retail and Commercial Fuels activities in Egypt, Shell Marketing Egypt (SME).
Shell and Alexandria University signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) under which Shell will support students from the faculty of Engineering to join universities from Egypt and from the region in building ultra fuel-efficient vehicles and participate in the global Shell Eco-marathon challenge.
Shell Egypt N.V. Provides Scholarships to Petroleum Engineering Students at The American University in Cairo
Shell Egypt N.V has successfully signed an endowment agreement with The American University in Cairo (AUC) to provide scholarships to academically gifted students in the Department of Petroleum and Energy Engineering.
Today, Shell and Ain Shams University signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) under which Shell will support students from the faculty of Engineering to join Cairo University and other universities from the region in building ultra fuel-efficient vehicles and participate in the global Shell Eco-marathon challenge.
In cooperation with the British Council, Shell Egypt held the annual awards ceremony to honor the graduates of Intilaaqah Egypt Programme for 2011, under the auspices of H.E. the UK Ambassador to Egypt at the British Embassy in Cairo on Wednesday May 9th. It is worth nothing that it is for the 3rd consecutive year that the event is hosted by the British Embassy.
Shell and its Joint Venture Partners have taken the Final Investment Decision on the Alam El Shawish West (AESW) gas development project, signaling the start of further development of the “Assil/Karam” gas fields. Shell Egypt & Badr El Din Petroleum Company (BAPETCO) operates the project, with a 40% stake, with partners Vegas 35% & GDF Suez 25%.