Independent Oil & Gas Advisor
Eng. Amira El-Mazni is a hydrogen enthusiast, key expert on the EU-funded project: “Support the Technical and Financial Sustainability of the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency” participating in the update of Egypt’s Integrated Sustainable Energy Strategy 2040; a leader with multi-cultural upbringing, proposals & projects, business development & international cooperation experience as well as gas market regulation; active in the energy transition and energy market reform; a certified Corporate Director (IFC) and one of Egypt’s Top 50 most Influential Women. She is former Vice Chairman for Gas Regulatory Affairs in the Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company, EGAS. Her responsibilities included planning and follow-up the development of the legal & regulatory framework needed for establishing the Gas Regulatory Authority in Egypt. She led the Oil & Gas Hub Strategy team.
During her work in EGAS she managed the joint working groups for EU-funded Energy Sector Policy Support Program and represented the Petroleum Sector in the Technical Steering Committee of the beneficiaries.
Prior to joining EGAS in 2005, she worked for Engineering for the Petroleum and Process Industries (ENPPI). She earned her BSc. in Chemical Engineering from Cairo University in 1981. She’s a Certified Quality Auditor and holds a Diploma in Human Recourses Management.