ALGIERS- The filling rate of dams nationwide reached 66%, 4.5 billion cubic metres, said Thursday in Algiers Minister of Water Resources Hocine Necib.
CHLEF– A special and hazardous waste treatment plant has been inaugurated Thursday by Minister of Environment and Renewable Energy Fatma Zohra Zerouati in the industrial park of Oued Sly, in the province of Chlef (300-km west of Algiers).
ALGIERS- The National Agency of Waste (AND) and the public company Sopte, subsidiary of the group Divindus, signed Wednesday, in Algiers, a partnership agreement with a Canadian consortium (Sherbrooke OEM Ltd) for the execution of a pilot project on the integrated management of household and similar waste with low greenhouse gas emissions.
ORAN- Algeria's security and stability are key elements in the development of partnerships in the sector of hydrocarbons, said Wednesday in Oran (432-km west of Algiers) the CEO of the national hydrocarbons group SONATRACH, Abdelmoumen Ould Kaddour.
ALGIERS – The 13th Algerian-Saudi Joint Committee wrapped up with the signing, on Wednesday in Riyadh, of three agreements in investment, normalization and in the field of the international relations, said the Industry and Mines Ministry in a communiqué.
WASHINGTON- Algeria's overall fiscal deficit expected to gradually decline as of 2019 and stabilize in 2022, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said in its Fiscal Monitor report, released Wednesday in Washington.
ORAN (Algeria)- National group Sonatrach and the Algerian Space Agency (ASAL) signed Tuesday a master agreement on the sidelines of the 11th Scientific and Technical Days in Oran.
ORAN- Malian Minister of Mines and Oil Tiémoko Sangaré underlined Tuesday, in Oran, that national hydrocarbon company Sonatrach was invited to resume oil and gas exploration works in his country.
ORAN (Algeria) – Chief Executive Officer of SONATRACH Abdelmoumen Ould Kaddour said Tuesday in Oran that the authorities have given the Group permissions to refine the Algerian crude oil abroad.
WASHINGTON – The International Monetary Fund (IMF) raised its Algeria’s economic growth forecasts for 2017 and 2018. This progress can be achieved as result of reduction of the current account deficit.