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Country summary: Libya
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Libya - recent news
|17 Dec 19
||Libya: Wintershall Dea signs EPSA agreements with Libya’s NOC
Wintershall Aktiengesellschaft (WIAG) and Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) have signed two Exploration and Production Sharing Agreements (EPSAs) for Areas 91 (former Concession 96) and 107 (former Concession 97) in the onshore Sirte Basin.
|11 Dec 19
||Libya: Total to participate in the Waha concessions in Libya's Sirte Basin
Total and National Oil Corporation (NOC), with the agreement of the Government of Libya, have signed an agreement to implement Total’s participation in the Waha concessions, located in the Sirte Basin in Libya.
|05 Nov 18
||Libya's Bahr Essalam Phase 2 project to complete by end of 2018
Libya's National Oil Corporation (NOC) and Eni have met to discuss ongoing in-country operations, including plans for the seven remaining wells at the offshore Bahr Essalam Phase 2 project - expected to complete by the end of 2018.
|08 Oct 18
||Libya: BP and Eni agree to work to resume exploration in Libya
Libya’s National Oil Corporation, BP and Eni have signed an agreement expected to lead to Eni and BP working together to resume exploration activities on a major exploration and production contract in Libya. The parties agreed to work towards Eni acquiring a 42.5% interest in the BP-operated exploration and production sharing agreement (EPSA) in Libya.
|12 Jul 18
||Libya's National Oil Corporation reopens El Feel oilfield
Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) said on Thursday that it was reopening the El Feel oilfield after resolving a dispute with guards over pay and benefits that shut it down in February.
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