Sources in the oil sector said oil prices in Shell Oil and Mobil were far too exaggerated, incompatible with the potential of the Egyptian market, and in the presence of another product competition, there is a trend towards other companies' products to avoid the exploitation of Shella and Mobil.
In the "Seventh Day," the sources added that the high oil prices of Shell Oil and Mobil were significantly overdrawn due to high propaganda campaigns, where both companies spend large amounts on the product's publicity and are then supplied to consumers.
The sources emphasized that the high cost of advertising at Shell Oil and Mobil at the same time was borne by the consumer, and the prices of petroleum products for national companies were low for these companies.
The sources emphasized that the national oil products for the three companies that monitor the oil sector carry the same product quality and the same standards and performance levels at low prices compared to the Shell Oil and Mobil products.
The source said the 4 gallon gallon pound rise in the £ 80 pound, explaining that oil companies operating in Egypt receive oil from AMOC and Ameria Oil Refining.