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Cost Benefit Analysis on major energy sector infrastructure projects in Egypt

The scope of the project is to conduct a thorough cost benefit analysis on each major energy efficiency retrofit project on a natural gas upstream platform, a natural gas processing plant, a petrochemicals plant and a refinery respectively. For each of the four structures, significant investments on the machinery of the plants takes place in order each site to reduce its energy intensity and emissions footprint. The consultant is provided with the baseline information prior to any interventions as well as the expected reduction in energy consumption post interventions in order to estimate the potential positive externalities. The estimation is made via a development of a bespoke model by the consultant where environmental and social benefits are estimated and their value is monetized. 

Development of MIS model for operational and financial monitoring of the alternative fuels business of an international cement company (Titan Cement Company)

A major international cement company commissioned VIS to develop an MIS model to support operational decisions on the use of alternative fuels (biomass, DSS, SRF, Tires etc.) in cement production in Egypt, based on operational and financial parameters.

Electricity utilities financial management and governance (PwC/World Bank)

VIS supported PwC Egypt, on governance, organisational improvement and institutional capacity building tasks, in this major World Bank funded project in Egypt, involving financial management and governance advisory services to the Egyptian Electricity Company EEHC and all its subsidiaries.