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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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NOC Chairman Meets with IOCs

During the 4th New Libya Oil & Gas Forum 2015, organised by IRN, which held in recently in London, NOC Chairman Mr. Mustafa Sanalla held a series of meetings with the heads and managers of the international oil companies BP, TOTAL, Wintershall, Repsol, RWE, Marathon, Statoil, Conoco Phillips, Solar, Schlumberger, and KBC. The heads of […]

NOC “Opens Books” to Oil Firms

Reuters reports that the National Oil Corporation (NOC) has opened its books to international oil firms to reassure them that payments for exported oil were not being used to fuel hostilities between rival factions. Among the companies that the NOC met last month were ConocoPhillips, Occidental Petroleum, Total, OMV, Eni and Statoil. The Tripoli-based company […]

Ponticelli to Pull Out of Libya

French pipeline company Ponticelli to pull out of Libya because of insecurity, according to a report from UPI. Libya Herald says the company pulled out the last of its 43 employees working at the Mabrouk field in the Sirte Basin at the end of March. It has been a subcontractor for Mabruk Oil, the joint […]

Repsol Discusses Exploration Plans in Libya

Platts reports that the chairman of Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) and held a meeting with a senior delegation from Spain’s Repsol to discuss the company’s exploration and production plans in Libya. Repsol’s equity share of oil output from its Libyan concessions amounted to 14.07 million barrels of crude oil in 2012, and it accounts […]

New Libya contracts ‘in Statoil sights’

Statoil is positioning itself for possible upcoming contract awards in Libya after reopening its local office in the war-torn North African country last month, according to a report. The Norwegian state oil company is now looking to bring back online production to pre-war levels in Libya, where it is a partner in the onshore Mabruk […]