The National Oil Corporation (NOC) and Shell Oil Company have discussed the possibility of resuming the latter’s activities in Libya.
NOC Chairman, Mustafa Sanalla, met on Monday at the Corporation’s headquarters in Tripoli, with a delegation from Shell, NOC said in a statement on its official Facebook page.
The meeting discussed the possibility of Shell’s contribution to the development of fields in Libya, as well as increasing its activity in marketing and developing refineries.
Sanalla welcomed the opening of cooperation again with the company, through communicating with the competent departments of NOC.
He explained that the situation has become better now in Libya with the presence of a national unity government and the conditions are ripe for the company’s resumption of activity, especially since the company has great experience in this field.
Shell officials expressed their happiness with this visit and the meeting with the Chairman and members of the Board of Directors in a sign of the resumption of the company’s activity in Libya, stressing that Libya is a promising market and one of the most important countries that the company is looking to open the door to partnership with through the National Oil Corporation.