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Total Announce Pre-Qual for Marine Logistics Base

Within the Framework of the contracted areas 15, 16 & 32 (former C137N) Total E&P Libye intends to release a Call for Tender for the provision of Marine Logistics Base and Support Services in any suitable port at the Western Cost of Libya between Tripoli and Ras-Ejdeer, to support our Offshore Drilling Campaign in 2013-2016. […]

MMSL new service connects Sicily, Malta, Libya ports

Mediterranean Maritime Services, a newly registered company formed between VPJ Limited and Kucuk Shipping Limited, has launched a cargo service operating a weekly roll on-roll off cargo vessel connecting Augusta to Valletta and to Tripoli and Misurata. The route will be serviced by the Fehim Bey, which is based at the Valletta Gateway Terminal. The […]

Just four more days

With only four days left until the elections, everyone is on tenterhooks.  The last elections were held in 1964. The opportunity to vote was something that most citizens never thought they would be granted, but that day has finally come. The elections are to be monitored by the Carter Center, who are sending out observation teams to help with […]

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Business is booming in Misrata

Business is booming on Misrata’s docks, a dramatic change to the desperate days of April and May 2011. Then, under heavy shelling and rocket attack, only humanitarian boats were brave enough to enter the port. Now, millions of dollars of trade is passing through this port every month. Currently, about 1,200 people work on site, […]

Investment and maritime services top agenda in Libya visit

  On the margins of the business delegation to Libya, organised by Malta Enterprise with a specific focus on the maritime and port sectors, Finance Minister Tonio Fenech Minister and Minister for Fair Competition, Small Businesses and Consumers Jason Azzopardi yesterday met Yousef Al Wehishi, Minister of Communications and Transport, Rajab Khalil, the deputy Minister […]

Malta Enterprise to lead first business delegation to new Libya

Malta Enterprise is organising a business delegation to Libya with a specific focus on the ports and maritime services, thus providing companies operating in this sector the opportunity to explore the business and investment opportunities that post-revolution Libya is offering. Led by Ministers Tonio Fenech and Jason Azzopardi, the visit will take place between 16 […]

Liberated Libya finally on the move again

Flying into Tripoli International Airport offers the traveller an aerial view of Libya’s pressing challenges as well as its future potential. First the plane flies over the Mediterranean coastline, scattered with sleepy ports ringed by the hulks of Libyan warships bombed during last year’s Nato campaign. As the aircraft descends, passengers peering below see a […]

French warships in Libya to train navy, demine oil ports

Two French warships arrived at Tripoli’s port on Tuesday carrying navy crewmen who will train the Libyan navy and help demine oil ports, a Libyan defense ministry official said. Foreign states are worried about the Libyan interim government’s capacity to secure its Mediterranean coast, which could be used as a gateway into Europe for arms […]

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