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Weekly Security Update by SNE Special Projects 3 September 2015 LIA Feud Referred to London Court UNESCO Tender for Security Equipment Environmental Impact Assessment for Azzawiya Oil Refining
 
Weekly Security Update by SNE Special Projects 3 September 2015

Weekly Security Update by SNE Special Projects 3 September 2015

SNE continues to keep our permanent expat country management team on the ground in Tripoli supporting our clients international and local personnel as well as critical infrastructure. We are also currently involved in working with many of our clients on their re-entry planning, security risk management surveys and political sector analysis. To discuss these services […]

LIA Feud Referred to London Court

By Padraig O’Hannelly. The battle for control of Libya’s $67-billion sovereign wealth fund took a new twist on Wednesday, with one of the sides initiating proceedings in the Commercial Court in London to settle the question as to who has the ultimate authority to appoint the Board of Directors to manage the fund’s UK-based assets. The […]

UNESCO Tender for Security Equipment

UNESCO Tender for Security Equipment

The United Nations Educational, Science and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has invited qualified companies to submit sealed tenders as follows: Procurement to UNESCO Libya Project Office, currently located in Tunis (Tunisia), of anti-intrusion and security sets for indoor use in museums and warehouses located in multiple sites in Libya, and the conduction of one demonstration and […]

Environmental Impact Assessment for Azzawiya Oil Refining

Environmental Impact Assessment for Azzawiya Oil Refining

Azzawiya Oil Refining Company Inc. (ARC), and nearby companies tend to perform an environmental impact assessment (EIA )for refinery and vicinity areas Brief of Scope of Works: Bidder shall visit  The site, survey and collect drawing and information(geographic, social …etc, for refinery & vicinity areas, Brega, Akakos and Golf Companies). The assessment of impact are […]

Weekly Security Update by SNE Special Projects 3 September 2015

Weekly Security Update by SNE Special Projects 3 September 2015

03 September 2015

SNE continues to keep our permanent expat country management team on the ground in Tripoli supporting our clients international and local personnel as well as critical infrastructure. We are also currently involved in working with many of our clients on their re-entry planning, security risk management surveys and political sector analysis. To discuss these services […]

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LIA Feud Referred to London Court

02 September 2015

By Padraig O’Hannelly. The battle for control of Libya’s $67-billion sovereign wealth fund took a new twist on Wednesday, with one of the sides initiating proceedings in the Commercial Court in London to settle the question as to who has the ultimate authority to appoint the Board of Directors to manage the fund’s UK-based assets. The […]

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UNESCO Tender for Security Equipment

UNESCO Tender for Security Equipment

02 September 2015

The United Nations Educational, Science and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has invited qualified companies to submit sealed tenders as follows: Procurement to UNESCO Libya Project Office, currently located in Tunis (Tunisia), of anti-intrusion and security sets for indoor use in museums and warehouses located in multiple sites in Libya, and the conduction of one demonstration and […]

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Environmental Impact Assessment for Azzawiya Oil Refining

Environmental Impact Assessment for Azzawiya Oil Refining

02 September 2015

Azzawiya Oil Refining Company Inc. (ARC), and nearby companies tend to perform an environmental impact assessment (EIA )for refinery and vicinity areas Brief of Scope of Works: Bidder shall visit  The site, survey and collect drawing and information(geographic, social …etc, for refinery & vicinity areas, Brega, Akakos and Golf Companies). The assessment of impact are […]

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Cranes and Forklifts Required at Mellitah

Cranes and Forklifts Required at Mellitah

02 September 2015

The Mellitah Oil & Gas Company (Gas Division) intends to issue the tender below and wishes to invite for pre-qualification interested, experienced and reputable companies specialized in providing similar services for inclusion in the bidders list: TENDER NO. (ITT/009/MAIN/15) Provision of heavy Equipment such as cranes, forklifts and other relevant industrial equipment with Operator At […]

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Waste Disposal Contracts at Wafa and Mellitah

Waste Disposal Contracts at Wafa and Mellitah

02 September 2015

The Mellitah Oil & Gas Company (Gas Division) intends to issue the tender below and wishes to invite for pre-qualification interested, experienced and reputable companies specialized in providing similar services for inclusion in the bidders list: TENDER NO. (ITT/008/HSEQ/15) Domestic  & Hazardous Industrial Waste Treatment And Disposal For both : Wafa Field and Mellitah Complex […]

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Job: Promoting Libyan Women as Agents of Peace

Job: Promoting Libyan Women as Agents of Peace

01 September 2015

Closing date: Saturday, 19 September 2015 National Project Officer – Promoting the Role of Libyan Women as Agents of Peace Advertised on behalf of : UN Women Location : Tripoli, LIBYA Application Deadline : 19-Sep-15 Type of Contract : Individual Contract Post Level : National Consultant Languages Required : Arabic English Starting Date : (date […]

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Egypt’s El-Abd Halts Work on Libyan Projects

Egypt’s El-Abd Halts Work on Libyan Projects

01 September 2015

El-Abd, an Egyptian ontracting company, has stopped work on housing projects in Libya, valued at $102 million. Said Fattouh, Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors and Managing Director of Technical Affairs at El-Abd, told Amwal Al Ghad that the reason was the ongoing security tensions in the country. The company has carried out many housing projects […]

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Libyan Dinar Continues to Fall

Libyan Dinar Continues to Fall

01 September 2015

According to a report from Libya Herald, the Libyan dinar has fallen dramatically on the black market. On the Tripoli market, one Libyan dinar was recently trading at 34 US cents ($1=LD 2.95), less than half of an official dollar-dinar rate of LD 1 = 73 US cents. The drop follows the clampdown on foreign […]

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Tripoli Courts Oil Majors

Tripoli Courts Oil Majors

01 September 2015

The Tripoli-based National Oil Corporation (NOC) held a series of meetings with a group of global refineries in the Mediterranean area and with a major oil companies last week in London. The first meeting was with BP, followed by meetings with more than 20 partners, customers, Libyan crude refiners and fuel suppliers. According to a […]

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Turkey Cancels Visa-free Travel for Libyans

Turkey Cancels Visa-free Travel for Libyans

01 September 2015

Turkey has reportedly cancelled visa-free travel for Libyan nationals. According to a report from Anadolu Agency, an agreement between the countries signed in 2009 meant that Turkey was one of the few countries Libyans could travel to without a visa. A spokesman for the Turkish Foreign Ministry said that from 24th September Libyans would need […]

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Libya-Tunisia Flights Resume

Libya-Tunisia Flights Resume

01 September 2015

Direct flights between western Libya and Tunisia have reportedly resumed following a year-long suspension. According to ch-aviation, Ghadames Air Transport and Libyan Airlines have re-started flights between Tripoli Mitiga and Tunis. Tunisia allowed the resumption of flights to the whole of of the country following investigation of the country’s security and safety systems. (Source: ch-aviation)

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