Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) announced yesterday that in the first of its kind for Libya, a ‘‘turnkey contract’’ to drill three wells has been signed between the NOC’s National Well Drilling Company (NWD) and US-based Schlumberger.
Tripoli – Libya’s oil production showed signs of further recovery, according to figures released by the National Oil Corporation (NOC)…
The Supreme Financial Committee convened its second meeting on Wednesday at the National Oil Corporation headquarters in Tripoli, chaired by…
The Arabian Gulf Oil Company (AGOCO), a subsidiary of Libya’s National Oil Corporation, has stopped two leaks in the flow line linking the block station and the main pumping station in the Al-Bayda oil field, and another leak in the main line linking the Masala-Al-Sarir fields.
EgyptAir is preparing to launch new flights from Cairo to Misrata International Airport in western Libya starting next September.
The Presidential Council held today the first meeting of the High Financial Oversight Committee in Sirte to determine the aspects of public spending and prepare the financial provisions.
The production of crude oil in Libya in June 2023 was 35.486 million barrels, while that of petroleum products was 515 thousand tons, announced Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) in a press release.
The Arabian Gulf Oil Company (AGOCO), a subsidiary of Libya’s National Oil Corporation, announced that the Canadian firm has resumed work in the Nafoura oil field.
Production at Libya’s Sharara and El Feel oilfields has resumed, days after being shut due to protests.
The United Kingdom has invited Libyan leaders to find a compromise for a fair distribution of public resources, expressing appreciation for the invitation of the Presidential Council to national institutions to discuss this matter.