The EBRD considered providing a reserve-based loan of up to USD 100 million to Kuwait Energy International Limited ("KEI" or "the Company"), a subsidiary of Kuwait Energy PLC, an oil and gas exploration and production company with its regional operational hub in Kuwait, to finance its operations at the Abu Sennan, Area A, Burg El Arab and East Ras Qattara fields in Egypt. The Project would support the development of KEI's Egyptian operations including measures and investments in associated petroleum gas flaring prevention and recovery.
Roger Phillips, Chief Financial Officer
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