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Released:  30/07/20142014-07-30
Word count:  1086

APR Energy plc (LSE: APR) (the "Group"), a global leader in fast-track power solutions, announces its Interim Management Statement to 29 July 2014, including its three-month trading period, which ended on 30 June 2014.

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APR Energy

• Strong financial and operational performance with Q2 revenue of US$134m, up 203% compared to the equivalent period last year
• Contract renewals of 253MW during quarter, including first 100MW tranche of Uruguay mobile gas turbine contract, aligning renewal dates with the remaining 200MW
• Successful commissioning of mobile gas turbine power plants in Angola and the South Pacific, and the natural gas power module power plant in Myanmar
• Utilisation remains high at 70% across the fleet as at 30 June 2014, reflecting fleet expansion of 37% to 2,194MW compared to same period in 2013
• Net debt as at 30 June 2014 of $518 million, reflecting a leverage ratio comfortably within financial covenants
• Post period, awarded extension of the Libyan 450MW contract, through first quarter 2015, on similar terms to the original contract
John Campion, Chief Executive Officer, said: “The Group has continued to perform well, delivering strong financial and operational results for the quarter. Renewals have been a major focus for us and continue to be a highly critical and strategic part of our business. With a sustained renewal rate in excess of 80%, our efforts are paying off and reflect the inherent longevity of our service. This can clearly be seen in the extension of the full 450MW contract in Libya, as well as in the extension of the first 100MW tranche of the Uruguay contract. These reflect the strong long-term relationships we have built with these customers and their preference for mobile gas turbines to deliver large-scale, semi-permanent power.”
Trading
Year to date, APR Energy has signed 142MW of new contracts, together with contract extensions of 1,063MW, representing a contract renewal rate exceeding 80%. This includes the renewal of the first 100MW tranche of the 300MW Uruguay mobile gas turbine contract. Extended until late 2014, the tranche is now aligned with the renewal dates of the remaining 200MW of the contract. Other renewals during the quarter include contracts in Indonesia and Senegal. Post period, the Ministry of Electricity and GECOL have awarded APR Energy an addendum to the 450MW Libyan contract, comprising both the 250MW mobile gas turbine project and the 200MW diesel power module project, extending through first quarter 2015.
At the end of the quarter, the Group commenced demobilisation of its 95MW mobile gas turbine contract in Bangladesh, freeing the units for placement into higher-value contracts.
As at 30 June 2014, total fleet capacity increased 6% to 2,194MW (31 March 2014: 2,074MW), providing the Group with capacity needed to position itself for new large-scale opportunities.
Group revenue for the quarter ending 30 June 2014 was $134 million, up 203% over the equivalent period last year (Q2 2013: $44 million).
Operations
The Group successfully commissioned three power plants during the quarter. APR Energy’s 82MW gas power module plant in Myanmar commenced operations in May, while the new 40MW mobile gas turbine plant in Angola and the 60MW mobile turbine plant in the South Pacific both commenced operations during June.
Average utilisation across the first half remained strong at 77%, with quarter end utilisation of 70%. This reflects the timing of the demobilisation of the Bangladesh contract, fleet expansion during the period and the termination of the original Australian contract with Forge, which is now being negotiated directly with the Australian utility.
Financial position
The Company reduced its gross debt by $23 million over the quarter (excluding capitalised finance costs), ending Q2 2014 at $570 million (31 March 2014: $593 million). Cash on the balance sheet as of 30 June 2014 was $52 million (31 March 2014: $78 million), resulting in net debt of $518 million (31 March 2014: $515 million), comfortably within financial covenants.
The Group’s refinancing strategy is well advanced, with active discussions ongoing with its existing relationship banks. The Group expects to execute this financing during the third quarter.
Outlook
The extension of the full 450MW Libyan contract through the first quarter 2015, together with the first 100MW tranche in Uruguay, positions us well to meeting our objectives for the year. Our expanded fleet provides us with a solid foundation to grow and will enable us to capture new large-scale power project opportunities in the pipeline. The Group’s partnership with GE continues to mature, and will further enhance our ability to execute our turbine strategy in our chosen markets.
We continue to see attractive opportunities in each of our key markets, particularly for mobile gas turbines. Our pipeline remains strong, and we are actively focused on securing a number of longer-term, larger-scale power projects in the Americas, Africa and Asia Pacific. The fundamental need for power in many of our key markets remains very high and continues to grow more acute with limited generation alternatives available. The strong presence and track record we have achieved in regions such as South East Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa position us well with a platform for further expansion with new and existing customers.
Conference call details
A conference call for investors and analysts will take place today at 1pm UK time / 8am EST. To join the call please dial 0808 237 0030 (UK only), 1 866 928 7517 (US) or +44 20 3139 4830, participant code 84686955#.
For audio playback please dial 0808 237 0026 (UK only) or +44 20 3426 2807, playback reference 649729#.
Enquiries:
APR Energy plc
Karen Menzel +44 (0) 777 590 6076
Capital MSL
Richard Campbell +44 (0) 20 3219 8800 / +44 (0) 7775 784 933
Richard Gotla +44 (0) 20 3219 8819 / +44 (0) 7904 122 207
About APR Energy
APR Energy is the world’s leading fast-track mobile turbine power business. We provide large-scale, fast-track power, providing customers with rapid access to reliable electricity when and where they need it. APR combines state-of-the-art, fuel-efficient technology with industry-leading expertise to provide turnkey power plants that are rapidly deployed, customisable and scalable. Serving both utility and industrial segments, APR Energy provides power generation solutions to customers and communities around the world, with an emphasis on Africa, the Americas, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East. For more information, visit the Company’s website at www.aprenergy.com.
Certain statements included in this announcement constitute, or may constitute, forward-looking statements. Any statement in this announcement that is not a statement of historical fact (including, without limitation, statements regarding the Company's future expectations, operations, financial performance, financial condition and business) is or may be a forward-looking statement. Such forward-looking statements are subject to risks and uncertainties that may cause actual results to differ materially from those projected or implied in any forward-looking statement. These risks and uncertainties include, among other factors, changing economic, financial, business or other market conditions. Although any such forward-looking statements reflect knowledge and information available at the date of this announcement, reliance should not be placed on them. Without limitation to the foregoing, nothing in this announcement should be construed as a profit forecast.

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Released:  30/07/20142014-07-30
Word count:  1086

APR Energy plc (LSE: APR) (the "Group"), a global leader in fast-track power solutions, announces its Interim Management Statement to 29 July 2014, including its three-month trading period, which ended on 30 June 2014.

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APR Energy

• Strong financial and operational performance with Q2 revenue of US$134m, up 203% compared to the equivalent period last year
• Contract renewals of 253MW during quarter, including first 100MW tranche of Uruguay mobile gas turbine contract, aligning renewal dates with the remaining 200MW
• Successful commissioning of mobile gas turbine power plants in Angola and the South Pacific, and the natural gas power module power plant in Myanmar
• Utilisation remains high at 70% across the fleet as at 30 June 2014, reflecting fleet expansion of 37% to 2,194MW compared to same period in 2013
• Net debt as at 30 June 2014 of $518 million, reflecting a leverage ratio comfortably within financial covenants
• Post period, awarded extension of the Libyan 450MW contract, through first quarter 2015, on similar terms to the original contract
John Campion, Chief Executive Officer, said: “The Group has continued to perform well, delivering strong financial and operational results for the quarter. Renewals have been a major focus for us and continue to be a highly critical and strategic part of our business. With a sustained renewal rate in excess of 80%, our efforts are paying off and reflect the inherent longevity of our service. This can clearly be seen in the extension of the full 450MW contract in Libya, as well as in the extension of the first 100MW tranche of the Uruguay contract. These reflect the strong long-term relationships we have built with these customers and their preference for mobile gas turbines to deliver large-scale, semi-permanent power.”
Trading
Year to date, APR Energy has signed 142MW of new contracts, together with contract extensions of 1,063MW, representing a contract renewal rate exceeding 80%. This includes the renewal of the first 100MW tranche of the 300MW Uruguay mobile gas turbine contract. Extended until late 2014, the tranche is now aligned with the renewal dates of the remaining 200MW of the contract. Other renewals during the quarter include contracts in Indonesia and Senegal. Post period, the Ministry of Electricity and GECOL have awarded APR Energy an addendum to the 450MW Libyan contract, comprising both the 250MW mobile gas turbine project and the 200MW diesel power module project, extending through first quarter 2015.
At the end of the quarter, the Group commenced demobilisation of its 95MW mobile gas turbine contract in Bangladesh, freeing the units for placement into higher-value contracts.
As at 30 June 2014, total fleet capacity increased 6% to 2,194MW (31 March 2014: 2,074MW), providing the Group with capacity needed to position itself for new large-scale opportunities.
Group revenue for the quarter ending 30 June 2014 was $134 million, up 203% over the equivalent period last year (Q2 2013: $44 million).
Operations
The Group successfully commissioned three power plants during the quarter. APR Energy’s 82MW gas power module plant in Myanmar commenced operations in May, while the new 40MW mobile gas turbine plant in Angola and the 60MW mobile turbine plant in the South Pacific both commenced operations during June.
Average utilisation across the first half remained strong at 77%, with quarter end utilisation of 70%. This reflects the timing of the demobilisation of the Bangladesh contract, fleet expansion during the period and the termination of the original Australian contract with Forge, which is now being negotiated directly with the Australian utility.
Financial position
The Company reduced its gross debt by $23 million over the quarter (excluding capitalised finance costs), ending Q2 2014 at $570 million (31 March 2014: $593 million). Cash on the balance sheet as of 30 June 2014 was $52 million (31 March 2014: $78 million), resulting in net debt of $518 million (31 March 2014: $515 million), comfortably within financial covenants.
The Group’s refinancing strategy is well advanced, with active discussions ongoing with its existing relationship banks. The Group expects to execute this financing during the third quarter.
Outlook
The extension of the full 450MW Libyan contract through the first quarter 2015, together with the first 100MW tranche in Uruguay, positions us well to meeting our objectives for the year. Our expanded fleet provides us with a solid foundation to grow and will enable us to capture new large-scale power project opportunities in the pipeline. The Group’s partnership with GE continues to mature, and will further enhance our ability to execute our turbine strategy in our chosen markets.
We continue to see attractive opportunities in each of our key markets, particularly for mobile gas turbines. Our pipeline remains strong, and we are actively focused on securing a number of longer-term, larger-scale power projects in the Americas, Africa and Asia Pacific. The fundamental need for power in many of our key markets remains very high and continues to grow more acute with limited generation alternatives available. The strong presence and track record we have achieved in regions such as South East Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa position us well with a platform for further expansion with new and existing customers.
Conference call details
A conference call for investors and analysts will take place today at 1pm UK time / 8am EST. To join the call please dial 0808 237 0030 (UK only), 1 866 928 7517 (US) or +44 20 3139 4830, participant code 84686955#.
For audio playback please dial 0808 237 0026 (UK only) or +44 20 3426 2807, playback reference 649729#.
Enquiries:
APR Energy plc
Karen Menzel +44 (0) 777 590 6076
Capital MSL
Richard Campbell +44 (0) 20 3219 8800 / +44 (0) 7775 784 933
Richard Gotla +44 (0) 20 3219 8819 / +44 (0) 7904 122 207
About APR Energy
APR Energy is the world’s leading fast-track mobile turbine power business. We provide large-scale, fast-track power, providing customers with rapid access to reliable electricity when and where they need it. APR combines state-of-the-art, fuel-efficient technology with industry-leading expertise to provide turnkey power plants that are rapidly deployed, customisable and scalable. Serving both utility and industrial segments, APR Energy provides power generation solutions to customers and communities around the world, with an emphasis on Africa, the Americas, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East. For more information, visit the Company’s website at www.aprenergy.com.
Certain statements included in this announcement constitute, or may constitute, forward-looking statements. Any statement in this announcement that is not a statement of historical fact (including, without limitation, statements regarding the Company's future expectations, operations, financial performance, financial condition and business) is or may be a forward-looking statement. Such forward-looking statements are subject to risks and uncertainties that may cause actual results to differ materially from those projected or implied in any forward-looking statement. These risks and uncertainties include, among other factors, changing economic, financial, business or other market conditions. Although any such forward-looking statements reflect knowledge and information available at the date of this announcement, reliance should not be placed on them. Without limitation to the foregoing, nothing in this announcement should be construed as a profit forecast.

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Released:  30/07/20142014-07-30
Word count:  1086

APR Energy plc (LSE: APR) (the "Group"), a global leader in fast-track power solutions, announces its Interim Management Statement to 29 July 2014, including its three-month trading period, which ended on 30 June 2014.

Play
APR Energy

• Strong financial and operational performance with Q2 revenue of US$134m, up 203% compared to the equivalent period last year
• Contract renewals of 253MW during quarter, including first 100MW tranche of Uruguay mobile gas turbine contract, aligning renewal dates with the remaining 200MW
• Successful commissioning of mobile gas turbine power plants in Angola and the South Pacific, and the natural gas power module power plant in Myanmar
• Utilisation remains high at 70% across the fleet as at 30 June 2014, reflecting fleet expansion of 37% to 2,194MW compared to same period in 2013
• Net debt as at 30 June 2014 of $518 million, reflecting a leverage ratio comfortably within financial covenants
• Post period, awarded extension of the Libyan 450MW contract, through first quarter 2015, on similar terms to the original contract
John Campion, Chief Executive Officer, said: “The Group has continued to perform well, delivering strong financial and operational results for the quarter. Renewals have been a major focus for us and continue to be a highly critical and strategic part of our business. With a sustained renewal rate in excess of 80%, our efforts are paying off and reflect the inherent longevity of our service. This can clearly be seen in the extension of the full 450MW contract in Libya, as well as in the extension of the first 100MW tranche of the Uruguay contract. These reflect the strong long-term relationships we have built with these customers and their preference for mobile gas turbines to deliver large-scale, semi-permanent power.”
Trading
Year to date, APR Energy has signed 142MW of new contracts, together with contract extensions of 1,063MW, representing a contract renewal rate exceeding 80%. This includes the renewal of the first 100MW tranche of the 300MW Uruguay mobile gas turbine contract. Extended until late 2014, the tranche is now aligned with the renewal dates of the remaining 200MW of the contract. Other renewals during the quarter include contracts in Indonesia and Senegal. Post period, the Ministry of Electricity and GECOL have awarded APR Energy an addendum to the 450MW Libyan contract, comprising both the 250MW mobile gas turbine project and the 200MW diesel power module project, extending through first quarter 2015.
At the end of the quarter, the Group commenced demobilisation of its 95MW mobile gas turbine contract in Bangladesh, freeing the units for placement into higher-value contracts.
As at 30 June 2014, total fleet capacity increased 6% to 2,194MW (31 March 2014: 2,074MW), providing the Group with capacity needed to position itself for new large-scale opportunities.
Group revenue for the quarter ending 30 June 2014 was $134 million, up 203% over the equivalent period last year (Q2 2013: $44 million).
Operations
The Group successfully commissioned three power plants during the quarter. APR Energy’s 82MW gas power module plant in Myanmar commenced operations in May, while the new 40MW mobile gas turbine plant in Angola and the 60MW mobile turbine plant in the South Pacific both commenced operations during June.
Average utilisation across the first half remained strong at 77%, with quarter end utilisation of 70%. This reflects the timing of the demobilisation of the Bangladesh contract, fleet expansion during the period and the termination of the original Australian contract with Forge, which is now being negotiated directly with the Australian utility.
Financial position
The Company reduced its gross debt by $23 million over the quarter (excluding capitalised finance costs), ending Q2 2014 at $570 million (31 March 2014: $593 million). Cash on the balance sheet as of 30 June 2014 was $52 million (31 March 2014: $78 million), resulting in net debt of $518 million (31 March 2014: $515 million), comfortably within financial covenants.
The Group’s refinancing strategy is well advanced, with active discussions ongoing with its existing relationship banks. The Group expects to execute this financing during the third quarter.
Outlook
The extension of the full 450MW Libyan contract through the first quarter 2015, together with the first 100MW tranche in Uruguay, positions us well to meeting our objectives for the year. Our expanded fleet provides us with a solid foundation to grow and will enable us to capture new large-scale power project opportunities in the pipeline. The Group’s partnership with GE continues to mature, and will further enhance our ability to execute our turbine strategy in our chosen markets.
We continue to see attractive opportunities in each of our key markets, particularly for mobile gas turbines. Our pipeline remains strong, and we are actively focused on securing a number of longer-term, larger-scale power projects in the Americas, Africa and Asia Pacific. The fundamental need for power in many of our key markets remains very high and continues to grow more acute with limited generation alternatives available. The strong presence and track record we have achieved in regions such as South East Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa position us well with a platform for further expansion with new and existing customers.
Conference call details
A conference call for investors and analysts will take place today at 1pm UK time / 8am EST. To join the call please dial 0808 237 0030 (UK only), 1 866 928 7517 (US) or +44 20 3139 4830, participant code 84686955#.
For audio playback please dial 0808 237 0026 (UK only) or +44 20 3426 2807, playback reference 649729#.
Enquiries:
APR Energy plc
Karen Menzel +44 (0) 777 590 6076
Capital MSL
Richard Campbell +44 (0) 20 3219 8800 / +44 (0) 7775 784 933
Richard Gotla +44 (0) 20 3219 8819 / +44 (0) 7904 122 207
About APR Energy
APR Energy is the world’s leading fast-track mobile turbine power business. We provide large-scale, fast-track power, providing customers with rapid access to reliable electricity when and where they need it. APR combines state-of-the-art, fuel-efficient technology with industry-leading expertise to provide turnkey power plants that are rapidly deployed, customisable and scalable. Serving both utility and industrial segments, APR Energy provides power generation solutions to customers and communities around the world, with an emphasis on Africa, the Americas, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East. For more information, visit the Company’s website at www.aprenergy.com.
Certain statements included in this announcement constitute, or may constitute, forward-looking statements. Any statement in this announcement that is not a statement of historical fact (including, without limitation, statements regarding the Company's future expectations, operations, financial performance, financial condition and business) is or may be a forward-looking statement. Such forward-looking statements are subject to risks and uncertainties that may cause actual results to differ materially from those projected or implied in any forward-looking statement. These risks and uncertainties include, among other factors, changing economic, financial, business or other market conditions. Although any such forward-looking statements reflect knowledge and information available at the date of this announcement, reliance should not be placed on them. Without limitation to the foregoing, nothing in this announcement should be construed as a profit forecast.

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Oil & Gas News
Released:  30/07/20142014-07-30
Word count:  314

Libya has exported two low sulfur straight run fuel oil cargoes from Zawiya, sources said Tuesday.

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There were reports that BP and Vitol had each taken a cargo of LSSR from Zawiya, according to sources.

BP confirmed that it had loaded its cargo on the Mare Atlantic panamax. Vitol was unavailable to comment on reports that it had loaded LSSR on the Minerva Vaso panamax, which according to Platts C-Flow ship tracking software, was now heading to the US. "Yes, we saw the exports but the quality was not normal grade, sulfur is in the 1.4-1.5% range. I heard BP took his to storage in NWE as there's no buying interest and Vitol offered their cargo into the US with similar lack of interest," a source said.

Other sources said the sulfur content of the cargoes was slightly lower at 1.1%.

Earlier in the month, Libya exported two cargoes of medium sulfur straight run fuel oil from Zawiya, with up to 1.7% sulfur content, according to sources.

Sources said Libya had in the past exported about eight cargoes a month of straight run fuel oil, but far less during the recent protests.

The 340,000 b/d Sharara field, the usual supply source for the Zawiya refinery, resumed production in early July, allowing production to ramp up at the 120,000 b/d Zawiya refinery which is now reported to be operating at full capacity.

Sharara, like much of the country's land-based crude supply, is light and sweet.

But throughout much of the country's recent turmoil, the Zawiya plant used non-Sharara crudes from Marsa el-Brega, Marsa el-Hariga and, beginning in June, the nearby Mellitah terminal.

The refinery also took one cargo of heavier crude from the off-shore terminals of Bori and al Jurf in early June after Marsa al-Hariga was briefly closed by renewed protest, prompting a temporary shift to a heavier crude slate, sources said.

--Marko Trtica, marko.trtica@platts.com

--Paula Vanlaningham, paula.vanlaningham@platts.com

--Edited by Jeremy Lovell, jeremy.lovell@platts.com
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Oil & Gas News
Released:  29/07/20142014-07-29
Word count:  636

West Texas Intermediate and Brent crudes dropped as the flow of oil from the Middle East was unaffected by the surge in violence in Libya and Iraq.

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Crude in New York slipped for the fourth time in five days after clashes between militias in Tripoli didn’t spread to oil-export terminals. The conflict in Iraq spared the country’s main oil-producing region. WTI slid last week after government data showed that gasoline stockpiles rose to a four-month high as demand declined.

“The battles in Libya and the rebellion in Iraq haven’t had an impact on oil shipments,” said John Kilduff, a partner at Again Capital LLC, a New York-based hedge fund that focuses on energy. “This is the status quo these days. There’s also lackluster demand, which is adding to the downward pressure.”

WTI for September delivery dropped 42 cents, or 0.4 percent, to settle at $101.67 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. It was the lowest settlement since July 16. The volume of all futures traded was 16 percent below the 100-day average for the time of day.

Brent for September settlement dropped 82 cents, or 0.8 percent, to end the session at $107.57 a barrel on the London-based ICE Futures Europe exchange. Volume was 38 percent lower than the 100-day average. The European benchmark crude closed at a $5.90 premium to WTI, down from $6.30 on July 25. Iraq, Libya

Attackers fired at a U.K. diplomatic convoy in Libya a day after the U.S. State Department evacuated its embassy. Libya pumped 500,000 barrels of crude a day on July 24, according to the state-run National Oil Corp. The country produced 300,000 barrels a day in June, according to Bloomberg estimates. In Iraq, OPEC’s second-largest producer, fighting remains concentrated in the north, where militants from a breakaway al-Qaeda group known as the Islamic State captured the city of Mosul last month. The conflict hasn’t spread to the south, the source of more than three-quarters of the country’s oil output.

International pressure mounted on Israel to end its three-week offensive in the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip, with President Barack Obama and the United Nations Security Council demanding an immediate truce. The conflict is the third major military showdown between the sides in less than six years. It has already claimed the lives of more than 1,000 Palestinians, 45 Israelis and a Thai worker in Israel.

Economic Data

Brent futures climbed on July 25 because of rising tension between Ukraine and Russia, the world’s biggest energy-exporting country. Fighting near the Malaysian Air crash site in east Ukraine again prevented Dutch and Australian investigators from reaching the area as Chancellor Angela Merkel said Europe must agree to new Russia sanctions by tomorrow.

“We’re still looking at a powder keg in Ukraine and if there’s a major escalation we’ll see the geopolitical risk premium rush back into the market,” said Gene McGillian, an analyst and broker at Tradition Energy in Stamford, Connecticut.

The U.S. Commerce Department is scheduled to report the nation’s gross domestic product for the second quarter on July 30, while the Labor Department will publish monthly data on non-farm payrolls on Aug. 1. The Federal Reserve is scheduled to review monetary policy at a two-day meeting starting tomorrow.

The U.S. will account for about 21 percent of global oil consumption this year, almost double that of China, estimates from the International Energy Agency in Paris show. “The fundamentals are putting a little pressure on the market,” McGillian said. “We have ample supplies and limited demand.”

Gasoline for August delivery dropped 1.61 cents, or 0.6 percent, to settle at $2.8492 a gallon on the Nymex. Diesel for August delivery declined 2.78 cents, or 1 percent, to $2.8879.

U.S. gasoline pump prices fell 0.4 cent to $3.523 a gallon yesterday, the lowest level since March 21, according to AAA, the largest U.S. motoring group.

To contact the reporter on this story: Mark Shenk in New York at mshenk1@bloomberg.net

To contact the editors responsible for this story: David Marino at dmarino4@bloomberg.net Richard Stubbe, Charlotte Porter  
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Released:  28/07/20142014-07-28
Word count:  124

Brega port to restart crude shipments

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Libya's Eastern port of Brega is set to restart crude exports after a tanker arrived Thursday, the port said, as the North African country ramps up exports despite escalating violence in the capital, The Wall Street Journal reported.

The Overseas Fran tanker arrived in Brega to load 750,000 barrels of crude which will be delivered to the Italian port of Genoa, the oil port said on its Facebook page. Shipping tracking website Marinetraffic.com confirmed the Overseas Fran was due to arrive Thursday in Brega.

The news come after an agreement between the government and striking guards over wages paved the way for the port reopening Tuesday. There hasn't been any crude-oil tanker leaving the port since late June, according to shipping-tracking website FleetMon.com.
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Tuscor Lloyds has just completed the transportation of some heavy equipment needed for the construction industry in Libya. The cargo involved 4 pieces making up an Asphalt Plant and Scalping Screen which together weighed more than 80 tons.

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Tuscor Lloyds took over management of this cargo once the equipment had been delivered to the Port of Veracruz in Mexico (the delicate equipment had been built around specially manufactured trailer chassis. Due to the delicate nature of the cargo they could not be top lifted by conventional cranes and could only be lashed to the shipment from dedicated points on each chassis.) The cargo was delivered to the port of loading Veracruz in Mexico and was transported as RO-RO cargo and was loaded / unloaded to the vessels using truck / tractor units.

Once the RORO cargo was loaded to the vessel each unit was securely lashed to the vessel hold using heavy duty ratchet straps which would keep the cargo completely fixed during the sea transportation between ports.

This heavy equipment shipment was trans-shipped from the Port of Veracruz to the Port or Antwerp, Belgium where it was loaded and lashed to another vessel for the final journey to the port of Misurata, Libya.

Tuscor Lloyds experienced project management in Mexico and the United Kingdom handled this RORO project cargo every step of the way and the equipment arrived safely at the port of Misurata where it was unloaded from the vessel and released to the local handlers who transported the cargo by road to its final delivery point.
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Released:  25/07/20142014-07-25
Word count:  34

Libyan dinar drops again against USD, Sterling

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Libyan dinar (LYD) fell again against the British and US currencies, while it rallied against the European single currency (Euro).

Sterling hit 2.1442 LYD and US dollar reached to 1.2561 LYD, while Euro declined to 1.6912 LYD.
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Released:  25/07/20142014-07-25
Word count:  57

Oil output up to 500,000 bpd

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A spokesman for the state-run National Oil Corporation said on Thursday production had risen to 500,000 bpd, but he said there was still no progress on reopening the Brega oil port after a deal with protesters to end a blockade there.

Reopening Brega would help increase crude output by bringing the stalled Sirte oil operations back into production.
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Released:  25/07/20142014-07-25
Word count:  594

Mellitah Oil & Gas -Tender No 764 -Offshore Bouri Field (DP3) Platform Kitchen Revamping.

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Mellitah Oil &Gas Company,intends to issue the below tender and wish to invite for pre-qualification interested, experienced and reputable Companies specialized in providing similar services stated below to submit including all requirements for inclusion in the bidders list to be  invited to participate in the following tender:

Tender Number  764

Offshore Bouri Field (DP3) Platform Kitchen Revamping.

Scope of Work

Mellitah Oil & Gas B.V. (Oil Division) intends to rehabilitate and refurbish the existing Kitchen with the following work to be carried-out:

  • Replacement of all Kitchen Equipments and Furniture.
  • Replacement of the entire Kitchen   Finishes (Floors, Walls, and ceiling system.
  • Replacement of Kitchen drainage system, water system, air supply and Ventilation system.
  • Upgrading of electrical systems.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

 

Interested companies for the above tender must satisfy the stipulated requirements and submit by English language  the required information below. Failure to submit any of the under listed documents will render automatic disqualification:

  1. Letter on Company's letterhead Addressedto the "Contract Department Manager"

(Oil Division)

Stating expression of interest on the respective tender.

  1. Valid copy of Company Registration in Libya, if already registered, or details of Branch Office, Representative or Agent in Libya and Tax department declaration.
  2. Lists of completed and on-going projects shall be supported by clients duly signed “acceptance completion certificate likewise on-going projects shall be supported with any documents from clients certifying of contracts award and any additional information that will enhance the potential of the applicant /consortium.
  3. Submission of Financial Status document of the Company turnover for the last 3 years and confirmed by third auditing firm.
  4. Lists of owned resources (i.e. .offices, warehouses, manpower, organization chart, equipment, tools and others).
  5. HSE Procedures &Risk Management (with Certification from international authority body).
  6. Two copies of the Prequalification Documents containing the above stated requirements shall be submitted in envelopes and marked:

Tender Number  764

Offshore Bouri Field (DP3) Platform Kitchen Revamping.

Addressed to the " Contracts Department Manager")Oil Division)

  to the following address:

Mellitah Oil & Gas Company

Dahra Kebira Street, P.O. Box 346,

Tripoli-Libya

The prequalification documents shall be submitted at 12amon4/8/2014

Company has the right to exclude any file does not meet the above stipulated requirements.

Important Notes:

  1. The pre‑qualification request is not an invitation to tender. Company is neither committed nor obligated to undertake the work described above or to issue any call for tender or to include any respondent to this invitation or other company on any Bidders List or to award any form of contract.
  2. The Invitation to Tender (ITT) and full ITT Package will only be issued to qualified companies that have been pre-qualified.
  3. Company will not be responsible for whatsoever costs incurred for preparation and submission presented in response to this notice.
  4. Company shall deal only with authorized officers of the bidding companies and not through individuals or agents.
    1. Company shall not consider any pre-qualification request all the Conditions been provided as resolution 207),2012) from the economic minister.
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News Releases

Tripoli, Libya 20 July 2014 – The German Government contributed EUR 100,000 to UNICEF in Libya. The contribution- aimed at strengthening national capacities to fulfill child rights in Libya- was signed today in Tripoli through an agreement between the German Ambassador to the country, Christian Much, and Mr. Ghassan Khalil, UNICEF Special Representative in Libya.

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The agreement was also signed by Mo’men, a seven year old boy from the Janzour area in Tripoli, as a witness.

“We are thankful to the German Government for this generous contribution and the momentous endorsement of our work for children in Libya. It comes at this acutely troubled time in the country. UNICEF continues to be present in Libya working towards achieving children’s rights” said Mr. Khalil.

The contribution will help UNICEF to support the Government of Libya developing legal and institutional frameworks for a strengthened Child Protection System. It will assist UNICEF to consolidate efforts made through its Child Protection projects aimed at strengthening national capacities for monitoring the fulfilment of children’s rights. Activities to be implemented under this Germany-UNICEF partnership include strengthening the capacities of judges, prosecutors, police and social workers in the area of child rights and juvenile justice, as well as enhancing the capacity of the Higher Council for Childhood.

Ambassador Much said: “My Government is happy to continue its multi-annual cooperation with UNICEF in Libya. However, the implementation of the activities that we intend to support depends on the overall security situation in the country. I hope that all those groups who are currently fighting out their differences will bear in mind that their armed struggle is fought on the back of the needs of the civilian population, including those who represent Libya’s future: the children.”

UNICEF implements its programmes in Libya in close cooperation with sister UN Agencies and Development Partners. Activities planned under this agreement will be carried out in partnership with national stakeholders.

UNICEF will match the contribution from the German Government with an allocation of 120,000 EURO from its own resources to implement activities planned under this agreement.

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Oil & Gas News

Oil & Gas News
Released:  24/07/20142014-07-24
Word count:  67

Sirte oil restarts pumping after Brega terminal deal

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Pumping from Sirte Oil Compay’s Zelten and Marada fields has restarted following a deal has been reached between guards and National Oil Corporation (NOC) to reopen Brega oil field.

It is worth mentioning that Libyan oil production has declined, turning back a hard-won increase since April in revenue for the government facing increased fighting around the airport in Tripoli and in the eastern city of Benghazi.
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Released:  24/07/20142014-07-24
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Libya is preparing a new pricing strategy for its crude exports that may include further discounts after a sales offer last week failed because potential buyers offered “unacceptable” prices, according to state-run National Oil Corp.

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Libya plans to offer different crude prices before the end of next month that will compensate customers for the additional risk of loading oil in the country, Ahmed Shawki, marketing director at National Oil, said by phone from Tripoli today. The country reduced July export prices for seven grades of crude by as much as $1.90 a barrel, according to a price list from National Oil obtained by Bloomberg News on July 18.

“Tenders were not awarded because the price was unacceptable,” Shawki said. “They were meant to test the market as we prepare a pricing strategy.”

Exports of oil from Libya were disrupted after political feuding closed oilfields and export terminals a year ago. The country produced 300,000 barrels a day of crude last month, about a quarter of the level a year earlier. The Libyan government reached an agreement with rebels on July 2 to reopen Es Sider and Ras Lanuf, the country’s biggest and third-largest export terminals respectively. Zawiya, the nation’s second-biggest oil port, is operational.

“Libya may need to agree to discount its own crude by $1 to $1.50/barrel to be able to sell crude sitting in storage at Es Sider and Ras Lanuf,” Amrita Sen, chief oil markets analyst at Energy Aspects in London, said by e-mail. The oil market is amply supplied and the country’s waxy crude will require extra processing at refineries after sitting in storage for a year, she said.

Shawki declined to indicate if Libya would agree to such a discount. The company is studying the possibility of further discounts, National Oil spokesman Mohamed Elharari said by phone from Tripoli, declining to give a range. Disruption Risk

“We will take into account the disruption risk for customers, for example by allowing loading flexibility,” Shawki said.

Even after the deal with rebels to reopen ports, shipments have been blocked at Libya’s eastern export terminal of Brega. The government and protesters have yet to agree a date for the facility to reopen, Elharari said.

“There is an agreement to re-open Brega, but there is no agreement on when to implement this agreement,” he said. Libya’s daily crude production stood at 450,000 barrels today, compared with 550,000 barrels last week, he said.

To contact the reporter on this story: Maher Chmaytelli in Dubai at mchmaytelli@bloomberg.net

To contact the editors responsible for this story: Alaric Nightingale at anightingal1@bloomberg.net David Marino, Stephen Cunningham
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Released:  23/07/20142014-07-23
Word count:  163

An Indonesian-Libyan joint operating company has taken a step toward development of an oil field in the Hamada area of the Ghadames basin about 200 km south of Tripoli.

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The company, Nafusah Oil Operations BV Libyan Branch, let a front-end engineering design contract for the project to a joint venture of Foster Wheeler AG’s Global Engineering & Construction Group and Taknia Libya Engineering Co., a wholly owned subsidiary of Libya’s National Oil Corp. (NOC).

The Area 47 Development Project includes North Hamada field.

Foster Wheeler said the development will involve about 11 existing and 23 new wells, flowlines, and a common gathering trunkline to carry produced fluids to a central gas-oil separation (GOS) facility. The planned design capacity of the GOS facility is 50,000 b/d of oil and 90 MMscfd of natural gas. Produced water will be injected into the reservoir.

After separation, oil and gas will move through new pipelines to connections with existing lines for transport to the Mellitah terminal on the Mediterranean Sea in northwestern Libya.

Production is planned to start by the end of 2016.

Partners in Nafusah Oil Operations are NOC, 51%, and Medco International Ventures Ltd. and Libyan Investment Authority, 24.5% each.
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Released:  23/07/20142014-07-23
Word count:  121

Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) has issued tenders to export the first crude oil from its major eastern refinery and port Ras Lanuf, since a rebel blockade of many of the country’s oil facilities was brought to an end

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NOC has issued a tender to sell two million barrels of crude oil from Ras Lanuf - one million of Amna crude and one million of Sirtica crude - which is set to be loading by the end of July, according to traders and a tender document released last week.

Both Ras Lanuf and the Es Sider ports, which have a combined capacity of approximately 500,000 bpd, were reopened earlier this month after nearly a year-long blockade of the country’s oil facilities initiated by rebel groups.

The rebels were, until April this year, holding four out of Libya’s five eastern ports, which meant the country’s export capacity of 1.25mn bpd was more than cut in half, according to Reuters.
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Released:  22/07/20142014-07-22
Word count:  587

Swiss commodity traders bought about $55 billion of crude from African national oil companies in the past three years, non-governmental organizations said.

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The firms bought about a quarter of the crude sold by governments of the 10-largest oil producing countries from 2011 to 2013, according to the report. The payments equal about 12 percent of the African governments’ total revenues, said the NGOs, who seek to promote disclosure by commodity companies.

“Opacity and secrecy is the condition to facilitate corruption,” said Marc Gueniat, a researcher at the Berne Declaration who was one of the authors of “Big Spenders: Swiss Trading Companies, African Oil and the Risks of Opacity.”

The report, also authored by the Natural Resource Governance Institute and Swissaid, covers firms based in Switzerland or that have major operations in the Alpine nation and calls on traders and government to release details of deals.

Trading companies don’t pose the same risks as extractive companies and so shouldn’t be subject to the same international transparency initiatives, according to Stephane Graber, secretary-general of the Geneva Trading and Shipping Association, representing traders in the Lake Geneva region. “Due to the high number of transactions, the disclosure of these contracts between the producers and the trading companies would cause high implementation cost and not help in further preventing corruption,” Graber said in an e-mailed statement.

Largest Buyers

Swiss trading companies were the largest buyers of oil from the governments of Cameroon, Chad, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon and Nigeria in the three years, according to the NGOs’ study. In Nigeria, Swiss companies including Glencore Plc (GLEN), Trafigura Beheer BV and Vitol Group, bought oil worth $37 billion in the period, more than 18 percent of the government’s revenues, the NGOs said. Glencore, the second-largest independent oil trader, buys all of the crude sold by Chad’s government and made payments worth 16 percent of the nation’s total state revenues in 2013, according to the report.

“We support fiscal transparency via our endorsement of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative,” Charles Watenphul, a spokesman for Baar, Switzerland-based Glencore, said in an e-mailed statement.

Individual countries decide whether or not to join the EITI, which requires the disclosure of payments made to governments by resource companies. Chad is an EITI “Candidate Country” that is implementing the EITI but hasn’t yet met all requirements, according to the EITI website. Glencore loaned Chad money to help it fund the $1.3 billion purchase of Chevron assets in Chad, the country’s energy minister said in June.

Libyan Rebels

The report said Vitol and Trafigura both bought crude from Libya’s rebel groups during the 2011 revolution, while the rebels purchased more than 30 tankers of refined petroleum products from Vitol during the conflict.

Vitol was among companies asked by Qatar International Petroleum Marketing Co. to sell oil from Libya’s AGOCO on behalf of what was then the National Transitional Council of Libya, Vitol spokesman Fabian Gmuender said in an e-mailed statement.

In exchange, they were asked to supply AGOCO with oil products for essential non-military needs, including power generation and transportation, he said. “Vitol agreed to the proposal at considerable commercial risk,” Gmuender said.

Andrew Gowers, a Trafigura spokesman, declined to comment.

Switzerland said in June it would consider regulations requiring the country’s $21 billion commodity trading industry to disclose payments to foreign governments. The Swiss Federal Council said it would only implement the measures if similar rules are adopted by the European Union and U.S.

To contact the reporter on this story: Andy Hoffman in Geneva at ahoffman31@bloomberg.net

To contact the editors responsible for this story: Timothy Coulter at tcoulter@bloomberg.net Tony Barrett, Reed Landberg  
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Released:  22/07/20142014-07-22
Word count:  181

MOSCOW, July 21 (RIA Novosti) - Oil exports from the largest Libyan oil field Sharara starting again on Monday, July 21 is a sign of the country’s oil industry revival, Wall Street Journal reported Monday, quoting a spokesperson of the Libyan state company National Oil Corp (NOC).

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According to a different source familiar with the situation, quoted by the Wall Street Journal, the first oil tanker will be delivered to the Spanish company Repsol, which is NOC’s partner in oil field development.

Total volume of oil production in Libya is now approximately 500,000 barrels per day, which is 100,000 barrels less than a five year maximum reached on July 16. According to the NOC representative, the decrease is related to the closure of the eastern port of Brega. Oil fields that shipped their products through Brega suspended their work.

Early July acting Libyan Prime Minister Abdullah Thani announced the end of the “oil crisis” in the country and said the authorities had regained control over the two ports.

In April, the Libyan government made an agreement with the rebels to unblock four oil terminals. Two of them, Zueitina and Hariga, came under government control shortly after.

Libya’s oil industry has been disrupted by clashes between various armed groups that disagree with the governmental policy, and has lost at least $14 billion over the past nine months due to port blockades
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Released:  21/07/20142014-07-21
Word count:  321

The biggest surge in oil-shipping costs since January is poised to persist as shipments from Libya act as a catalyst for Asian oil refineries to import more crude from Atlantic Ocean suppliers, RS Platou Markets AS said.

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Libya’s Oil Ministry said July 16 that the nation’s largest and third-largest ports will resume shipments next month after a yearlong blockade by protesters seeking a bigger share of the nation’s crude sales. The North African country holds the continent’s biggest oil reserves.

Oil tanker rates as measured by the Baltic Dirty Tanker Index jumped 42 percent to 896 points since early June as refineries returning from routine maintenance booked extra ships. An increase in Libyan supplies could drive down the relative cost of crude in the Atlantic, resulting in more shipments from the region to Asia, according to Frode Moerkedal, an analyst at Platou in Oslo. The firm is part of Norway’s largest shipbroking group.

“If Libyan oil terminals stay open, tanker rates could go higher,” Moerkedal said in an e-mail today. The “return of Libyan oil could give the market another shot in the arm.”

The premium for Brent crude, a benchmark for suppliers in the Mediterranean and wider Atlantic Ocean, fell to $3.32 a barrel more than Dubai, a benchmark in the Persian Gulf, according to data from PVM Oil Associates Ltd. The premium was as high as $3.85 on June 12.

Bookings of very large crude carriers, the industry’s biggest ships, are already climbing for loading from West Africa. Charters rose to 31 this month from 24 in June, according to data from Galbraith’s Ltd., a shipbroker in London. The ports of Es Sider and Ras Lanuf were handed over this month by rebels seeking self-rule in the east of the country.

Shipping rates rose because Asian refineries booked more vessels as they returned from a higher-than-normal round of seasonal maintenance, Nikhil Jain, a shipping analyst at Drewry Shipping Consultants in New Delhi, said in an e-mail.

To contact the reporter on this story: Priyanka Sharma in London at psharma142@bloomberg.net

To contact the editors responsible for this story: Alaric Nightingale at anightingal1@bloomberg.net Rachel Graham
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Business News
Released:  21/07/20142014-07-21
Word count:  97

Libya Phone launches the project of fiber optics to houses.

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Manger of Libya Phone Company ascertained that the company issued brochure of specifications which are prepared by the German Deticon Company stating what is required from the companies which submitted offers concerning the project of fiber optics to houses.

The project will start as from 2015 and the company is awaiting offers from the companies during 3 months followed by evaluation period until it covers Libya according long run plan from 2015 to 2022.

The aim of the project is to improve subscribers’ services and internet will reach 100 mb.

The company allocated 40 million dinars for the first stage of the project.
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