Tag Archives | Libyan Petroleum Institute

New Oil Tenders

By John Lee. The National Oil Corporation (NOC) has advertised new tenders: Extention of inspection tender, National Oil Corporation (NOC) Managements assistance and technical support for Sabratha Platform, Mellitah Oil & Gas Calibration services of Measuring instruments, Mellitah Oil & Gas Pollution Control and Environmental Analysis Laboratory, Libyan Petroleum Institute Replacement of two desalters and […]

NOC Sponsors Conference on “Air Pollution in the Western Plain”

By John Lee. The First Scientific Conference for Environment and Sustainable Development titled “Air pollution in the Western Plain” was held on 11-12 November 2017 in Al Jamail city.  The Conference was organized by the Steering Committee of Al Jamail Municipality and sponsored by Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) and Mellita Oil & Gas. For […]

Technical Presentation on Oil & Gas Reserves

A technical presentation on the results of the evaluation and assessment of oil and gas reserves in the sedimentary basins in Libya was given recently at National Oil Corporation (NOC) offices in Tripoli. These evaluations and assessments were conducted by the technical team formed under the Board of Directors Resolution no. 22 for the year […]

NOC Chairman attends Presentation on Carbon Fibers

Within a framework of NOC’s promotion of scientific research, a technical presentation on carbon fibers and the possibility of manufacturing them from Libyan crude oil was given on Tuesday 9 February 2016. The presentation was delivered by a number of academics from University of Tripoli, University of Benghazi and the Libyan Petroleum Institute who had […]

Libya Considering First Islamic Loan

Bloomberg reports that Libya is considering issuing bonds to finance big increases in oil refining and chemical production, forecast to cost $60 billion. Mohamed Alloub, chairman of the state-run Libyan Petroleum Institute, told the news agency that Islamic debt is one of the options being considered. Libya may have to pay more than 6 percent […]