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New Oil Tenders

By John Lee. The National Oil Corporation (NOC) has advertised new tenders: Work-over rig (Tibisti field), Harouge Oil Operations (HOO) Work-over rig (Amal field), Harouge Oil Operations (HOO) Catering and Cleaning Services, Mellitah Oil and Gas Satellite stations, Arabian Gulf Oil Company (AGOCO) (Source: NOC)

NGOs Suspend Migrant Rescue off Libya

By John Lee. Doctors Without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières, MSF) has decided to temporarily suspend the search and rescue activity of its ship, Prudence, off the coast of Libya. The MSF medical support team will still assist the rescue capacity of the SOS Méditerranée-run boat Aquarius, which is currently patrolling in international waters. Brice de […]

FAO Partners with Libya to Boost Agricultural Sector

The Government of Libya has signed a USD 3.5 million agreement with the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) to strengthen its technical and functional national capacities in agriculture. The project aims to build capacities and to ensure more efficient and effective governmental agricultural support services to achieve greater synergies and impacts. (Source: FAO)

NOC Chairman holds Meeting with Repsol

Mustafa Sanalla, NOC Chairman, held a meeting with Mr. Luis Polo Navas Director of Libya Business Unit at Repsol on Sunday. The meeting discussed the disturbances that happened last week in which workers at the Control Room of Ez Zawia Tank Farm were attacked. The Chairman familiarized Mr. Navas with the communications that were exchanged […]

GardaWorld Weekly Security Report

GardaWorld, a global leader in comprehensive security and risk management, has made its weekly security report available to Libya Business News readers. Prepared by GardaWorld’s Risk Analysis Team in the country, this essential report includes short- and medium-term outlooks on the security situation, reports and commentary on recent significant events, and a detailed overview of […]

South Korean Construction Firms Consider Return to Libya

By John Lee. South Korean construction companies have visited Tripoli to assess whether they can restart work on three power station projects said to be worth LD 4 billion. According to Libya Herald, Hyundai and Doosan were building the 1400-MW Khaleej Power station at Sirte, which began in 2007; Daewoo was building the power station at […]