Tag Archives | Libya

Weekly Security Reveiw

Projections Security in the capital and major cities will remain positive, although there will be an ongoing risk of sporadic clashes involving rival militia groups. The risk is heightened in areas of the north west of the country outside the capital Tripoli. The risk of small-scale attacks by unidentified hostile elements will also remain, and […]

Weekly Security Review

Sabha The Provisional Government sent large numbers of motorised militia units from both Misrata and Zintan, supported by Libyan Air Force ground troops, to quell the ongoing conflict between local militias and ethnic Tebu fighters in the region; however, these have efforts have been largely ineffective. Personnel looking to travel to the region should be […]

WAfrica Crude-Ample supplies depress Nigerian grades

Demand for Nigerian crude improved slightly on Wednesday but traders said differentials were yet to recover because of a large overhang of cargoes for April and May. Glencore sold a cargo of Akpo crude oil to India's BPCL at a small premium to dated Brent, but traders said the rest of the cargoes for the […]

Libya up to 3rd in Germany's Feb oil imports

A recovering Libyan oil sector sent 779,000 tonnes of crude to Germany in February, up from 595,000 tonnes in January and 388,000 tonnes in December, putting it third-highest in Germany's oil imports, economic and foreign trade statistics office BAFA data showed on Wednesday.  The figure was up from 614,000 tonnes in February 2011 when fighting […]

Weekly Security Review

AKE Oil Infrastructure Report AKE has produced the first independent security and risk assessment of Libya’s major oil producing and refining facilities. Designed to provide accurate and actionable information to companies looking to enter or re-enter the oil-rich North African state, the project aimed to assess the threat level in the areas most associated with […]

Weekly Security Review

AKE Oil Infrastructure Report AKE has produced the first independent security and risk assessment of Libya’s major oil producing and refining facilities. Designed to provide accurate and actionable information to companies looking to enter or re-enter the oil-rich North African state, the project aimed to assess the threat level in the areas most associated with […]

Sudan, Chad and Libya establish joint patrols to control common border

Sudan’s Defense minister, Abdel Rahim Hussein said Wednesday that a tripartite force composed of Chad, Libya and Sudan will be formed soon to monitor their common borders. Sudan and Chad established a joint force in January 2010 to monitor their borders within the framework of a normalisation process after long years of proxy war in Darfur and […]

Weekly Security Review

Projections Tripoli will remain calm, although the risk of clashes between rival militia groups in the city will remain. Although it remains unclear to what extent elements formerly loyal to the Gaddafi regime remain, and if they possess the capability to carry out attacks in the country, the risk of attacks by those opposed to […]