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Libyan Oil Production “Highest in 5 Years”

By John Lee. Libyan oil output recovered sharply last year, according to a report from Platts. It quotes National Oil Corporation (NOC) chairman Mustafa Sanalla as telling a Chatham House event on Tuesday: “We achieved our highest production and revenue levels for the past five years … with $24.4 billion transferred to the Libyan Central […]

Russian Presence in Libya a New Challenge for the West

By John Lee. A new article published by the London-based policy institute Chatham House (the Royal Institute of International Affairs) suggests that the real driving forces behind Russian involvement in Libya are a mixture of ambition, opportunism and anti-Western sentiment. Commercially, while the overall scale of Russia’s losses in Libya is unknown, author Nikolay Kozhanov describes them […]

NOC Ends Foreign Investment Moratorium

The chairman of Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC), Mustafa Sanalla, has announced plans to allow foreign oil companies to invest again in Libyan oil production: “We intend in the coming months to lift our self-imposed moratorium since 2011 on foreign investment in new projects to achieve the best national interest for the Libyan oil sector […]

Panel Discussion: Can Libya Step Back from the Abyss?

Panel Discussion: Can Libya Step Back from the Abyss? Chatham House, London 16th March, 2016, 18:00-19:00 Participants Mary Fitzgerald, Journalist Claudia Gazzini, Senior Analyst, Libya, International Crisis Group Wolfram Lacher, Middle East and Africa Associate, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik Chair: Elham Saudi, Associate Fellow, International Law Programme and Middle East and North Africa Programme, Chatham […]