The Italian multinational energy company Eni and the Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC) discussed the exploratory programs planned for 2024.
Three of the biggest foreign energy companies operating in Libya have lifted force majeure and resumed exploration in the country’s oilfields, the National Oil Corporation (NOC) announced today.
Italian oil company Eni signed a memorandum of understanding on Wedesnday with Libya with the aim of “studying and identifying opportunities to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and develop sustainable energy in the country, in line with Eni’s strategy and with the Libyan government’s objectives to accelerate decarbonisation and energy transition processes,” according to a press release by Eni.
Gas production at Mellitah Industrial Complex will temporary be put on hold due to plans of renovations for the facility, announced the National Oil Corporation (NOC) on Sunday.
Libyan Parliament Member, Asmahan Beloun, said the energy deal that Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh’s government signed with the Italian Eni company would fail due to poor infrastructure and national opposition.
The Ministry of Oil and Gas of the Government of National Unity (GNU) claimed on Sunday that the 8-billion-dollar deal between Italy’s Eni and Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) should worth than what the latter announced.
Gilles Kepel, President Emmanuel Macron’s special envoy to the Middle East and the Mediterranean, said that small differences with Italy…
The Libyan outgoing Prime Minister, Abdel Hamid Dbeibeh, confirmed Wednesday that signing the gas agreement with the Italian energy company Eni came after lengthy negotiations in which Libya’s interest was supreme in all rounds.
Libyan Oil Ministry confirmed Sunday that signing agreement between the National Oil Corporation (NOC) and Italian Eni violates legal legislation stipulated in the Oil Law and the law establishing the Corporation.
Chairman of the Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC), Farhat Bengdara, met Saturday with the CEO of the Italian energy company, Eni, Claudio Descalzi, to sign an agreement to develop two gas fields off the western coast of Libya.