North Sinai (September 2019)

Successfully increasing gas production from ONS concession to 80 MMSCF/D after Kamose project commissioning. MOG is too close to achieve the plan to ramp up gas production up to 100 MMSCF/D. The plan was to drill four wells back to back from the current Mobilized Offshore Production Unit (MOPU). The first two wells of Camoes […]

North Sinai (April 2019)

The estimated ONS gas initial in place for the Post-Messinian is 821 BCF, with high probability of success and supported by direct hydrocarbon indicators from seismic data. Plan to develop all Pliocene prospects distributed among the Tao & Kamose development leases by drilling another 10 wells to maintain a long period of production plateau around […]


Force majeure has been declared in compliance with all international sanctions. All operations and activities are suspended. COUNTRY ASSETS 30% stake in block 13 and block 15, Syria Partner: Royal Dutch Shell (70% and operator) Type: Exploration Asse


MOG Energy through its subsidiary SSTO has a 5% working interest in a significant oil producing asset in Sudan Block 3&7, where further exploration and development are ongoing. The blocks are operated by DarPetroleum Operating Company (DPOC) – a joint operating company of CNPC China, SINOPEC China, Petronas Malaysia, Nilepet and SSTO Egypt. Blocks 3D, 3E […]


The Offshore North Sinai (ONS) concession lies just offshore on the eastern flank of the Nile Delta and about 65 Km NE of Port Said in the Eastern Nile delta hydrocarbon province of the Mediterranean sea. ONS concession is currently comprised of two separate areas, named Tao and Kamose. The two development leases Tao & […]