Tag Archives | Petroleum Facilities Guard (PFG)

Renewed Support for Joint Military Commission and Ceasefire

UNSMIL and Security Working Group for Libya reiterate full support to the Joint Military Commission and the full implementation of the ceasefire agreement The co-chairs of the Security Working Group (SWG) for  Libya, represented by the African Union, France, Italy, Turkey, and the United Kingdom and the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) held […]

PFG stops Attackers storming NOC HQ

By John Lee. Libya's National Oil Corporation (NOC) has said that its headquarters in Tripoli came under attack on Monday afternoon. The NOC praised the actions of the Petroleum Facilities Guards (PFG), which successfully prevented the armed group from gaining access to the building. (Source: NOC)

Meeting between NOC and PFG

ASRSG Stephanie Williams attends the first meeting between NOC and the PFG commanders of eastern and western regions, hosted by Breiga's Sirte Oil Company Acting Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Libya Stephanie Williams attended a meeting on Tuesday hosted by Sirte Oil Company in Marsa Brega, bringing together the Chairman of the National Oil […]

US Welcomes Reopening of Libyan Energy Sector

U.S. Embassy Libya's statement on the apparent Libyan agreement to reopen the energy sector As responsible Libyan parties come together in UN-facilitated peaceful dialogue, the U.S. Embassy is encouraged by an apparent sovereign Libyan agreement to enable the National Oil Corporation (NOC) to resume its vital and apolitical work. In an exchange of letters between […]

NOC Lifts Force Majeure at Al Sharara Field

By John Lee. The National Oil Corporation (NOC) has announced that it has reached what it describes as an 'honor agreement', under which the Petroleum Facilities Guards (PFGs) "abides by ending the entire obstacles that face Al Sharara Field in a way that guarantees there will be no security breaches and in a way that […]

NOC Condemns PFG incursion at Sharara

From the National Oil Corporation: Libya's National Oil Corporation (NOC) expresses its strong dissatisfaction with the continued militarization of its fields after the commander of the southern region, Al-Mabrouk Sahban, entered the Sharara oilfield, which belongs to Akakus Oil Operations Company, by force, on Saturday August 29, 2020. Al-Mabrouk Sahban was accompanied by 20 members […]

Mercenaries "a Threat" to Libyan Oil

Libya's National Oil Corporation (NOC) has said it is deeply concerned about the continuing militarization of its oil facilities and the heavy presence of foreign mercenaries at various oil fields and ports in the east and south of the country. In a statement, the company said: The number of mercenaries at the Ras Lanuf petrochemical […]

NOC: Deterioration of Security Situation in Gulf of Sirte

Libya's National Oil Corporation (NOC) is deeply concerned at the serious deterioration in the security situation in areas surrounding oil facilities in the Gulf of Sirte. Violent Clashes took place over the past 48 hours in the Brega region, only hundreds of meters away from oil tanks, between armed groups called Al-Saiqa and the Petroleum […]