Abu Qir


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A·bu Qir

also A·bu·kir  (ä′bo͞o-kîr′, ăb′o͞o-)
A village of northern Egypt in the Nile River delta on the Bay of Abu Qir. Adm. Horatio Nelson's victory over a French fleet off Abu Qir in 1798 restored British prestige in the Mediterranean and ended French hopes of establishing a stronghold in the Middle East.
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Abu Qir Fertilizers and Chemical Industries company reported a 30% growth in net profit in fiscal year (FY) 2018/19 as a result of sales growth, the company revealed on Sunday.
Pan Marine and Peterson together are providing the first integrated supply base management in Abu Qir to their end client Dana Gas Egypt.
Edison E&P's Egyptian portfolio is full-cycle, consisting of production at the 100% owned and operated Abu Qir field, development at the 100% owned and operated NEA field and exploration optionality that most notably includes three wells that are expected to spud before year end 2019.
A team from the Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company (GPIC) visited Abu Qir Fertilizers Company in Alexandria, Egypt on the sidelines of its participation in the Egyptian-Bahraini Business Forum.
On completion of port visit, PNS SAIF conducted Passage Exercise (PASSEX) off Alexandria with Egyptian Navy Ship ABU QIR (941).
Ahmed Kouchouk, Deputy Finance Minister, told reporters that the companies are Alexandria Mineral Oils Company, Eastern Tobacco, Alexandria Container as well as Cargo Handling, Abu Qir Fertilisers and Heliopolis Housing, reported local daily, Daily News Egypt .
This followed completion of the Abu Qir complex, the biggest of four nitrogenous fertiliser production zones - the other three being in Suez, Talkha and Kima (near Aswan).
MANAMA: Arab Fertilisers Association (AFA) chairman and Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company president Dr Abdulrahman Jawahery visited the Abu Qir Fertilisers and Chemical Industries Company in Alexandria during a visit to Egypt.
These include a pair of deals with China's AVIC International Holding Co worth $500m which will see the company build trains in Egypt, and an MoU to build a railway line with electric trains running from Alexandria to Abu Qir with Italian firm Trenitalia.
The deal will see the Chinese company manufacture trains in Egypt, as well as fund, build and operate an electric train project connecting the coastal city of Alexandria to the Mediterranean town of Abu Qir. The ministry has also signed an MoU to build a railway line for transporting goods between Ain Sokhna and Helwan city south of capital Cairo, with investments worth USD 490 million.
Abu Qir bay is considered one of the most important Egyptian bays overlooking the coast of the Mediterranean.