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.
The Arabian Gulf Oil Company (AGOCO) called on the Petroleum Facilities Guard to provide more support and protection for its…
Arabian Gulf Oil Company official, Abu Bakr bin Amer, held a meeting with representatives of the SLB Schlumberger North Africa,…
The Arabian Gulf Oil Company (AGOCO) announced the completion of the operation of the “G318” well in the fifth station of the Nafoura oil field, located between Jallo and Ajkhara in the southeastern Libya, and put it on production.
The Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC) on Monday attributed decline in oil production to technical issues related to electricity in the Masala and Sarir oilfields.
The Libyan Arabian Gulf Oil Company (AGOCO) confirmed that a leak at one of the Sarir Tobruk oilfield pipelines led to a loss of 220 thousand barrels per day.
Fadlallah Issa Hatita, the CEO of the Arabian Gulf Oil Company (AGOCO), has said that the company is going through a critical financial situation, which could result in halt of oil production, according to a statement released on the company’s official Facebook page.