Established by EKH in 2010, NatEnergy is the fully owned holding company of the following five companies: NatGas, Fayum Gas, Nubaria, Kahraba and Gas Chill. NatEnergy’s fully integrated gas operations cover a wide spectrum of activities, including the implementation of gas transmissions, distribution, gas application projects, power generation and district cooling.

Covering c.1.7 million customers in Egypt — and through its diverse activities — NatEnergy has an expert, nuanced understanding of the natural gas industry, helping it strategically invest in profitable business segments and provide professional support, financing and business management to its subsidiaries.

NatEnergy also has strong strategic partnerships with global players such as Shell, Gail India and Petroleum Gas Co. (PETROGAS). 

The National Gas Company (NatGas) provides services including the construction, operation and maintenance of  natural gas pipelines as well as transmission and distribution networks to household, commercial and industrial customers. NatGas is the main contributor to NatEnergy’s operations, while the company has been awarded nine concessions, representing the widest geographic coverage among all private sector gas distribution companies in Egypt.

Al Nubaria for Natural Gas Company (Nubaria) transports natural gas from the major supply areas and sources to markets. The company was established to take on the role of building a steel pipeline to supply natural gas to West Nubaria power station, one of the largest power generation projects in Egypt, producing 2,250 MW (triple the capacity of the Aswan High Dam). Nubaria currently provides roughly 9.6 million m3 per day, transported 43 km from Tanta along a 24-inch, 70 bar, high-pressure steel pipeline maintained and operated by the company. Nubaria operates PRS and steel pipelines using the supervisory control and dataacquisition (SCADA) system, allowing full control over every aspect of the process.

Fayum Gas operates three concessions in Fayum governorate, where it is responsible for the construction, maintenance and operation of the natural gas distribution network for the entire governorate. The company has significant growth potential on the back of the Egyptian government’s plan to connect more households customers to the national grid.


The National Electricity Technology Company (Kahraba) builds, owns, operates and maintains power generation stations, substations and distribution networks, providing energy solutions to a diverse mix of industrial and commercial clients in Egypt. The company’s services are all encompassing, supporting the full cycle of power generation facilities and delivering intelligent technical solutions that offer cost savings and added value. Kahraba has undertaken a number of large-scale projects, including the American University in Cairo campus in New Cairo and the gas-powered 105 MW central power plant in the Borg Al-Arab district in Alexandria in addition to another 20 MW to be commissioned during Q4 2022.

Kahraba was established in 2003 as a greenfield investment, licensed by the Egyptian Electricity Regulatory Authority to generate and sell electricity to third parties. Kahraba is also the only private sector company to be licensed and linked to the Egyptian power distribution network.

Gas Chill is an Egyptian company established in late 2006 to provide inventive world-class cooling and heating solutions using groundbreaking Japanese and European technology. The firm specializes in district cooling systems for industrial and commercial clients, and is the sole provider of Kawasaki Thermal Engineering (KTE) in Egypt and the Middle East, with a view to expanding regionally in the future producing c.370 thousand refrigerted tons. Gas Chill has authorized capital of EGP 300 million and paid-in capital of EGP 19 million.

Gas Chill’s core objective is to provide the most revolutionary, environmentally friendly energy supply techniques offering innovative energy solutions, products and services, while supporting its clients and helping them gain a competitive edge in their markets by tailoring its solutions to meet their current and future requirements.

Gas Chill applies the “one-stop” concept in its operations: pre-sales, installation and testing, project management, fully integrated solutions and a distinctive after-sales service. This concept has been at the heart of Gas Chill projects. Gas Chill has, in a short time, attracted reputable and opinion-leader clients through build-own-operate (BOO) or build-operate-transfer (BOT) agreements, among which are: Cairo Festival City, Arkan Mall, Americana New Cairo Mall, Americana Sheikh Zayed Mall, General Authority for Investment, Neurospine Hospital and Concord Mall in New Cairo.