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Journalists Form Press Freedom Group

Journalists Form Press Freedom Group

Libya Herald reports that Libyan journalists who have fled to Tunisia have set up a group to highlight violations media professionals in Libya and provide them some protection. With the support of the local UNESCO office in Tunis, the new and as yet unnamed body will also have the wider aim of supporting press freedom […]

Mellitah Tender for Verification & Certification

Mellitah Tender for Verification & Certification

The Mellitah Oil & Gas Company 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 .: 783 Verification & Certification of Lifting Equipment Scope of Work : Mellitah Oil & Gas B.V. (Libyan Branch) […]

Tender: Pre-fab Accommodation at Abu-Attifel

Tender: Pre-fab Accommodation at Abu-Attifel

The Mellitah Oil & Gas Company 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.: 785 Provision and Installation of Prefabricated Accmmodation Rooms At Abu-Attifel Field (A -100) Scope of Work : 1. Carrying-out […]

New Deputy Chairman for NOC

New Deputy Chairman for NOC

The internationally-recognised government of Abdullah Al-Thinni has named Mohamed Al-Arabi as deputy chief for the National Oil Corporation (NOC). The move comes one month after appointing Al-Mabrook Buseif as the organisation’s chairman, while merging the Ministry of Oil and Gas and the NOC into a single body, reports Libya Herald. Al-Thinni said last week that […]

Journalists Form Press Freedom Group

Journalists Form Press Freedom Group

17 December 2014

Libya Herald reports that Libyan journalists who have fled to Tunisia have set up a group to highlight violations media professionals in Libya and provide them some protection. With the support of the local UNESCO office in Tunis, the new and as yet unnamed body will also have the wider aim of supporting press freedom […]

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Mellitah Tender for Verification & Certification

Mellitah Tender for Verification & Certification

17 December 2014

The Mellitah Oil & Gas Company 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 .: 783 Verification & Certification of Lifting Equipment Scope of Work : Mellitah Oil & Gas B.V. (Libyan Branch) […]

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Tender: Pre-fab Accommodation at Abu-Attifel

Tender: Pre-fab Accommodation at Abu-Attifel

17 December 2014

The Mellitah Oil & Gas Company 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.: 785 Provision and Installation of Prefabricated Accmmodation Rooms At Abu-Attifel Field (A -100) Scope of Work : 1. Carrying-out […]

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New Deputy Chairman for NOC

New Deputy Chairman for NOC

16 December 2014

The internationally-recognised government of Abdullah Al-Thinni has named Mohamed Al-Arabi as deputy chief for the National Oil Corporation (NOC). The move comes one month after appointing Al-Mabrook Buseif as the organisation’s chairman, while merging the Ministry of Oil and Gas and the NOC into a single body, reports Libya Herald. Al-Thinni said last week that […]

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Malta “Monitoring Developments in Libya Closely”

Malta “Monitoring Developments in Libya Closely”

16 December 2014

At a meeting in Brussels, Malta’s Foreign Minister, George W. Vella (pictured), has said that Malta is closely following developments in Libya. At the request of Malta, Italy and Spain, EU Ministers discussed the situation in Libya and the ongoing efforts of the United Nations Special Representative to Libya, Bernardino Leon, to move the sides […]

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US Group Hired by “Arms Dealers” to Locate Billions

US Group Hired by “Arms Dealers” to Locate Billions

16 December 2014

American lobbying firm The Ben Barnes Group has been retained by a Libyan organisation to help locate assets hidden by former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. The company is headed by Ben Barnes (pictured), the former Speaker of Speaker of the Texas House of Representatives. According to documents recently filed under the United States’ Foreign Agents […]

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Video: Clashes Force Oil Port Closure

Video: Clashes Force Oil Port Closure

16 December 2014

From Al Jazeera. Any opinions expressed are those of the authors, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Libya Business News. Libya’s eastern Es Sider oil export port has stopped working due to clashes nearby, according to an oil official:

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EU Bans Libyan Airlines

EU Bans Libyan Airlines

16 December 2014

The European Commission has banned all airlines from Libya from operating in European airspace. Violeta Bulc (pictured), EU Commissioner for Transport said: “Recent events in Libya have led to a situation whereby the Civil Aviation Authority is no longer able to fulfil its international obligations with regard to the safety of the Libyan aviation sector. […]

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ICRC: Tens of thousands Affected by Fighting

ICRC: Tens of thousands Affected by Fighting

16 December 2014

Prolonged conflicts in Benghazi and the west of Libya have displaced tens of thousands of people inside the country. The ICRC has distributed emergency medical supplies to more than 20 hospitals and assistance to more than 22,000 displaced people since mid-July, either directly or through the Libyan Red Crescent and other local partners. Heavy fighting […]

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UNSMIL Calls for End to Military Escalation

UNSMIL Calls for End to Military Escalation

16 December 2014

UNSMIL Calls for End to Military Escalation, Stresses Dialogue Efforts Continue Despite Violence The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) condemns the sharp military escalation in Libya. The Mission is in contact with both sides to the conflict and is calling for an immediate cessation of military operations to give the Libyan political dialogue […]

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Force Majeure at 2 Oil Ports

16 December 2014

The National Oil Corporation (NOC) has declared force majeure at the ports of Es Sider and Ras Lanuf and will halt output at some oil fields because of fighting. According to a report from Bloomberg, the NOC didn’t identify the fields to be halted, but said it is taking steps to protect wells, pumps and […]

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Ras Jedir Open, under Control of Libya Dawn

16 December 2014

The Ras Jedir border crossing between Libya and Tunisia was today under full control of Libya Dawn on Sunday, according to Libya Herald. The crossing is reported to be operating normally, but quiet (Source: Libya Herald)

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