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Dbaiba Meets with Eni’s CEO Descalzi to Discuss Areas of Cooperation in Libya

The Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity (GNU), Abdul Hamid Dbaiba met with the CEO of Eni Claudio Descalzi to discuss common areas interest and collaboration energy and in the fields of renewable energy, circular economy, social projects, access to health and to energy, education and professional training. According to the GNU information… Read More

NOC Looks to Strength Economic Cooperation with British Oil Companies

NOC Looks to Strength Economic Cooperation with British Oil Companies | Libya Business News On Thursday this week the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC), Mustafa Sanalla, received the British Ambassador to Libya, Nicholas Hopton, and his delegation. The meeting discussed ways to strengthen economic cooperation between the NOC… Read More

Libyan Government Bids to Overturn €50m Compensation Payment to Cengiz in Paris

Libyan Government Bids to Overturn €50m Compensation Payment to Cengiz in Paris | Libya Business News The news organisation Africa Intelligence reported that French courts will consider, on 16 March, Libya’s legal action to contest the arbitration ruling ordering it to pay out nearly €50m to the Turkish construction firm Cengiz. Both sides are scheduled… Read More

NOC Signs Contract with Saipem for Oil Center for Conservation and Services

Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) signed on Tuesday a consultancy service contract for oil conservation and services center with the Italian company Saipem. Saipem was awarded a Consultancy Service Contract by Libya National Oil Corporation (NOC) for the development of the Benghazi Oil Technical Center (BOTC). According to a press release issued by Saipem, the… Read More

PM-Designate Dbaiba to Restore Oil and Gas Ministry

PM-Designate Dbaiba to Restore Oil and Gas Ministry | Libya Business News The new Libyan unity government of Abdul Hamid  Dbaibah is set to restore an oil and gas portfolio as one of 27 ministries to administer until December elections. A report by news agency Bloomberg said that a representative of western Libya will be… Read More

Ericsson Partners with LPTIC to Equip Libyan Graduates with Digital Skills

Ericsson said it was partnering with the Libyan Post Telecommunication and Information Technology Holding Company (LPTIC) to deploy the “Ericsson Educate” learning program in Libya and build digital skills for Libyan university students. Ericsson’s report revealed that 150 Libyan students will have access to an e-learning portal featuring courses on 5G networks, IoT, data science,… Read More

Libyan Parties Agree on Unified National Budget

Libyan parties agree on a two-month unified National Budget and Work to Address the Banking Crisis This week, two important decisions were taken that will positively affect the economy and create momentum towards unifying the national financial institutions. On 3 February 2021, the Council of Ministers promulgated a two-month interim budget for 2021. This is… Read More

Video: Will Libyan Peace Attempt Succeed?

From Al Jazeera. Any opinions expressed are those of the author(s), and do not necessarily reflect the views of Libya Business News. Libya’s warring sides have agreed to form an interim government until elections in December. It’s the result of a UN-mediated process to bring together two rival governments and resolve 10 years of war…. Read More

NOC looks fwd to Investment from UK Energy Firms

By John Lee. On 4th February the Chairman of the National Oil Corporation (NOC), Mustafa Sanalla, received the United Kingdom Ambassador to Libya, Nicholas Hopton, and his delegation at the NOC headquarters in Tripoli. According to a statement from the NOC, a number of topics were discussed, most notably the need to maintain the independence… Read More

LPDF produces New Interim Govt for Libya

By John Lee. The Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF) has selected “List 3” to form the new interim Presidency Council of Libya. The list includes Abdul Hamid Mohammed Dbeibah (pictured), who will serve as the new interim Prime Minister; eastern-based Mohammad Younes Menfi, who will become the new President; along with Musa al-Koni (South) and… Read More