ENPPIEngineering for the Petroleum and Process Industries
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The next season, in 2012, Al-Ahly won again, this time against ENPPI.
Police used tear gas to disperse members of the Ultras White Knights in front of Cairo's Air Defence Stadium a few hours before Zamalek played ENPPI.
ENPPI of Egypt brought a revival by Gor Mahia of Kenya to an abrupt halt this weekend as they triumphed 3-0 in a CAF Confederation Cup tie.
Olfat Ezzat, chairman assistant for HR & ENPPI Academy, and David Kraft, Middle East and Africa sales director for Emerson Process Management signed the MoU in the presence of senior representatives from both companies.
He originally came to Sunderland on trial in the summer of 2009 but, while Bruce was keen to sign him, ENPPI were reluctant to let him go at that stage and the loan move was postponed for 12 months.
Stoycho Mladenov, a former head coach of the Bulgarian national football team, and current head coach of ENPPI Cairo, and his assistant Anatoli Nankov (both are former players of CSKA Sofia), have been barricaded in a Cairo apartment complex for the past few days as Egypt saw not just protests against the Mubarak regime but also armed gangs of looters in its major cities.
ENPPI and Petrojet are engineering and construction firms in which EGPC has the majority share, although they have a private-sector status.
ENPPI (Engineering for the Petroleum & Process Industries) is the Egyptian engineering & procurement company handling the project.
In addition, the joint venture partners utilized the services of Soluziona (Union Fenosa's own services group), and employed the dedicated resources of Egyptian companies ENPPI for engineering, and Petrojet and Orascom as main subcontractors.
In May 2011, the EPC contract (including commissioning) for the construction of the butadiene plant and the ethylene cracker was awarded to the consortium of Toyo Engineering Corporation and ENPPI.
Until March, he was chairman of ENPPI, promoted to the new post by Petroleum Minister Ghorab.
The defender is a longstanding target of Sunderland boss Steve Bruce, and reports in Egypt - where Al-Muhammadi plays for ENPPI - say that Sunderland have struck a deal for the 22-year-old.