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30 Jan 23
Libya: Eni launches a major gas development project in Libya
Eni and the National Oil Corporation of Libya (NOC) have agreed on the development of 'Structures A&E', a strategic project aimed at increasing gas production to supply the Libyan domestic market as well as to ensure export to Europe. The combined gas production from the two structures will start in 2026 and reach a plateau of 750 million standard gas cubic feet per day.
15 Nov 22
Libya: TotalEnergies and ConocoPhillips increase interest in the Waha concessions in deal with Hess
TotalEnergies has completed the joint acquisition with ConocoPhillips of the 8.16% interest held by Hess in the Waha concessions, in Libya. The acquisition reflects TotalEnergies’ commitment to support Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) in its efforts to restore and increase the country’s oil production, together with reducing gas flaring to increase supply to power plants for additional electricity supply.
23 Nov 21
Libya: TotalEnergies strengthens its presence and implements its multi-energy strategy
During the Libya Energy & Economy Summit, TotalEnergies signed with the Libyan authorities various agreements for the sustainable development of the country’s natural resources.
18 Oct 21
Libya: TATNEFT to resume exploration in Libya
TATNEFT has resumed exploration in the Libya in the face of the normalization of the situation in the Country with the support of the National Oil Corporation of Libya (NOC). Currently, the Company is starting to complete the work on the wells of one of the contract blocks, where drilling has been suspended due to force majeure.
03 Sep 21
Libya: Petrofac secures Libya EPCC contract
Petrofac has secured a contract valued at over US$100 million with Zallaf Libya Oil & Gas Exploration and Production Company, to deliver their Erawin Field Development Project Phase 1 Early Production Facilities.

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