Scottish Company Continues with Power Project

In its Half-Yearly Report, temporary power firm Aggreko has said it is "clearly cognisant of the security situation ... in ... countries such as Libya, across both our Local and Power Project businesses and [we] continue to monitor developments closely."

The company began to deploy a 120 MW contract in Libya in April.

The Scottish-based company said it made pre-tax profits of £132 million in the first six months of the year, a fall of 9 percent, but said underlying growth was strong. It said its results were adversely affected by the impact of "currency translation".

(Source: Aggreko)

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