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finally, an environmentally conscious way to produce biofuels

finally, an environmentally conscious way to produce biofuels

finally, an environmentally conscious way to produce food

finally, a reliable way to produce food

finally, a sensible way to produce profit

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Gebel El Zeit  Located west of Gebel El Zeit, in between the Red Sea cities of Hurghada and Ras Ghareb, the Red Sea Project will commence with an initial phase of 20,000 hectares, and eventually encompass 50,000 hectares; land which would otherwise sit idle given its dry nature, existing nearby Oil & Gas facilities and the Gebel El Zeit mountain chain which obstructs views to the Red Sea.

Rivers from the Sea  The project area will include one hundred sixty kilometers of seawater rivers and a myriad of smaller irrigation, supply and drainage canals, production operations (aquaculture, agriculture, wetlands and salt-works), processing operations (liquid and solid biofuels, seafood, animal feed, protein meal, building materials and salt) and infrastructure (administrative, accommodation, medical, vocational training, R&D, storage and power generation).




Greening the desert of the Red Sea…something never before contemplated