The Libyan Union of Oil Workers issued a statement Saturday rejecting the request of the Chief of the Audit Bureau, Khaled Shakshak, for the National Oil Corporation (NOC) to transfer oil revenues to the government of Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh, describing Shakshak as a usurper of the position of the Bureau chief.
The chairman of the Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC), Mustafa Sanalla, received on Wednesday the chairman of the Administrative Supervisory Authority, Suleiman al-Shanti, in the presence of the Acting Minister of Finance, Mohammed Al-Shoobi, according to NOC.
Libyan Oil Minister, Mohamed Aoun, discussed with delegation representing French company Total Energy a number of topics that concern the company’s activity in Libya and its future projects in the fields of oil and gas production and alternative energy.
Libya’s state National Oil Corporation (NOC) discussed with Total Energies yesterday ways to develop cooperation and to implement a package…
Osama Hammad, Minister of Finance and Planning in the Libyan new government said Sunday that the draft general budget for the current year will be ready for the next two days.
The Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC) has announced that on Thursday the valves located in the Al-Riyayna area on the “Al-Sharara -Zawiya” line were opened, after being locked by outlaw groups, and the pumping was started at 1:00 a.m in the dawn.
The Libyan Oil Ministry has called on the relevant parties to intervene and consider the demands of the people who closed the crude pumping valves of the El Sharara and El Feel oilfields lines in the southwest of the country.
The Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC) has revealed that closure of crude pumping valves from the El Sharara and El Feel fields is causing a loss of 330 thousand barrels per day and a daily loss exceeding 160 million Libyan dinars (over $30 million).
Sources have revealed the details of the meeting between U.S. Ambassador to Libya, Richard Norland, and Governor of Central Bank of Libya (CBL), Siddiq al-Kabir.
Libyan Oil Ministry issues a statement objecting to the National Oil Corporation’s suspension of exports due to “bad weather”: