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‘Global interest in Libya Oil & Gas’ – NOC Chairman

Global Summits Organiser, IRN, recently held the 4th New Libya Oil & Gas Forum at the Tower Hotel in London on 19-21st October 2015. Hosted with the exclusive support of the National Oil Corporation (NOC Libya), the high-level meeting attracted more than 200 international oil and gas companies as well as a high level Libyan […]

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Harouge Tender for Gas Turbine Maintenance

Harouge Oil Operations has issued an invitation to participate in tender No (20/2013), for companies that have the required legal and valid licence documents to perform C-Type 40000 hours maintenance overhaul and inspection for one gas turbine and its generator unit Siemens SGT-500, formerly ABB GT-35. SCOPE OF WORK: Perform the 40.000 hours inspection of […]

Siemens Wins $136m GECOL Contract

Siemens has been awarded a series of contracts in Libya with a combined value of €100 million ($136 million)for the inspection, service, upgrade and maintenance of two existing power plants, ensuring reliable and efficient power supplies to the cities of Khoms and Ruwais. The contract, that has been awarded by the General Electricity Company of […]

Siemens Bags $75m Libya Contract

The General Electricity Company of Libya (GECOL), the state-owned company responsible for the production and distribution of electrical power, has signed a contract with the German company Siemens to supply and install spare parts at the Ruwais (Ruways) power station. The Information Office of GECOL said that the deal, which involves four gas-powered units, was […]

Siemens Wins GECOL Contract

The General Electricity Company of Libya (GECOL), the state-owned company responsible for the production and distribution of electrical power, recently signed a contract with Siemens to supply and install spare parts at the Khoms steam power station. The Information Office of GECOL said that the deal was worth just over 5 million Libyan dinars. Siemens […]

Siemens donates to Libya hospital, restores plant

Siemens has donated critically-needed medical equipment to Libya and completed a fast-track programme to restore full capacity at Misrata power plant. This underlines the company’s ongoing commitment to supporting the Libyan people and the country’s reconstruction, a statement from Siemens said. “We believe in being a good corporate partner and a responsible corporate citizen. We give […]