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Released:  12/02/20142014-02-12
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The Ministry of Oil and Gas has announced that oil production has risen to 600,000 barrels per day, up from 478,329 b/d posted on 2 February.

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The ministry says the increased production is a result of extra output from the Sharara oilfield which is now producing 327,000 b/d, almost at full capacity. Operations restarted at the oilfield at the beginning of January after the withdrawal of Tuareg protesters who had blockaded it for two months. A week ago, an armed group in the Jebel Nafusa forced a 40-percent cut in Shahara production by turning down a valve on the pipeline from the field to Zawia. The problem appears to have been resolved.

National Oil Corporation (NOC) spokesman, Mohammed Al-Harrari, told the Libya Herald said that Sharara was working at higher capacity because of increased exports from Zawia oil terminal. He said that oil tankers had been stopped from entering Zawia because of bad weather conditions but this was no longer the case.

Oil production rose to 1.5 million b/d by 2012 following the revolution but was cut dramatically in the second half of 2013 due to the armed oil blockade of Libya’s eastern oil terminals.

Harrari said the NOC was still deeply unhappy about blockades in the east. These, he said, had “caused the suffering for five and a half million Libyans”. He added that he hoped the government would be able to find a solution to the problem soon.
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Released:  12/02/20142014-02-12
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The General Electric Company of Libya (GECOL) has awarded a contract to VA Tech Wabag for four industrial water treatment plants in Tobruk, Tripoli and Derna.

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Wabag is to act as an engineering, procurement and construction contractor for the project, which has a total value of over € 14 million.

Under the contract, the company will provide two demineralisation plants, each with three lines producing 60 m³/d, plus two electro-chlorination plants having two lines with outputs of 71 and 35 m³/d. Commissioning is planned for the end of 2015.

Wabag qualified as the only overall bidder and turnkey supplier for both systems. The scope of performance will include planning, engineering, delivery, installation and start-up.

The Vienna-based company has been in Libya for over 20 years and did not leave the country either during or after the revolution. This systematic market servicing has now resulted in this new contract.
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Released:  11/02/20142014-02-11
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UKTI event to highlight business opportunities in the Egypt and Libya ports sector.

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UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) is organising an event in London on 6 March 2014 to explore the latest report on export opportunities in Egypt and Libya’s ports for UK businesses.

This event will include: information on new developments in post Arab Spring Egypt and Libya an advanced look at real opportunities for UK businesses tailored advice from UKTI officials based in Cairo and Tripoli meeting the author of the report and hearing a presentation on the findings networking with other UK exporters As part of the registration process all companies will receive a welcome pack including country business guides.

An electronic copy of the report will be available after the launch event

SOURCE UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office
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Released:  11/02/20142014-02-11
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Shahat — Libya's interim authorities say they are making efforts to bolster the military and build a professional army.

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The most important of these efforts are represented in sending batches of new conscripts, current soldiers and former fighters against Kadhafi's forces overseas to receive military training. "There are about 400 trainees in Turkey, and we'll send 400 more in the coming days to Italy," interim Prime Minister Ali Zidan said January 8th. "Turkey will take about 3,000 trainees, Britain will start with 400, to be raised to 2,000. We've also prepared 10 camps across the country to absorb those trainees." "There are currently 5,000 army trainees overseas, not to mention those recently sent to Italy, Turkey and Britain," he added. "They include officers and non-commissioned officers, sent to Pakistan, the Gulf, Morocco, Algeria, Italy, Germany, Britain, the United States and other world countries for training."

Libyan troops will also be sent to southern Europe to be trained by US troops as early as this summer. As many as 8,000 Libyan soldiers will take part in a 24-week training programme. The day after Zidan's statements, a batch of 400 officers, non-commissioned officers and soldiers from an infantry battalion departed from Mitiga airport on their way to Italy to attend a training course lasting for three or four months as part of a programme to integrate former revolutionaries and rebuild the Libyan army.

Libyans, meanwhile, are urging Tripoli authorities to quickly bolster military forces in order to put an end to the relentless bombings and assassinations. "I have big questions about the slowness and failure to build the Libyan army, three years since liberation," political activist Nadia Jaaoda said.

"Events taking place now, including wars, conflicts, kidnappings and assassinations, indicate that there is no security, and show indifference and lack of desire to build the army," she told Magharebia. There is no hope "about building a state without first building the army", according to Jaaoda. "Building the army must not be arbitrary, but according to a clear plan and a comprehensive strategy, specifying the number of personnel in the army to be built, and determining whether it's going to be a defensive or offensive army," she continued.

She backed the idea of seeking international expertise, "to have a strategic ally that can help build the army". "We don't want our army to be just a soldier carrying a weapon and standing opposite a camp; rather, we want it to be a developed and educated soldier who can deal well with technology," the political activist concluded. Adel Elhasy is a former field commander of the Free Libyans Brigade. He disbanded the group following the GNC election in July 2012 and handed its weapons to the state. Now he recommends training those fighters in discipline, order and competency.

But according to Elhasy, groups with their own agendas, such as the "Libya Revolutionary Chamber", have impeded the building of an army. "All those are trying to form new entities under new names, such as the national guards, so they can have the deterrent military force in their hands," he told Magharebia.

These groups "won't accept a professional army with a correct doctrine, with army officers who joined the front and real revolutionaries forming its nucleus".
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Released:  11/02/20142014-02-11
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Brent retreated after its biggest advance in three months as Libya continued to restore supplies and Saudi Arabia boosted crude sales in January.

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Futures lost as much as 0.6 percent in London, after a 2.2 percent rally on Feb. 7 that was the largest since October. Libya, a member of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, increased production after protests at the country’s Sharara field ended, according to National Oil Corp. Saudi Arabia, while trimming output last month, increased shipments to the market to 9.916 million barrels a day, according to a person with knowledge of the country’s supplies.

“With the partial recovery of Libyan supplies, the spare capacity of OPEC will be increasing and that scenario is not too far off,” said Andy Sommer, an analyst at Axpo Trading AG in Dietikon, Switzerland.

Brent for March settlement fell as much as 70 cents to $108.87 a barrel on the ICE Futures Europe exchange and was at $109.40 as of 1:28 p.m. London time. The European benchmark jumped $2.38, or 2.2 percent, to $109.57 on Feb. 7, the biggest daily increase since Oct. 28. It was at a premium of $9.61 a barrel to West Texas Intermediate. The spread on the ICE exchange widened for a third day on Feb. 7 to close at $9.69.

WTI for March delivery dropped 10 cents to $99.78 a barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The contract gained $2.04 to $99.88 on Feb. 7, the highest close since Dec. 27. Prices are up 1.4 percent this year.

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Libya is pumping about 600,000 barrels a day, and exporting 440,000 barrels of this, Mohamed Elharari, a spokesman for state-run National Oil Corp., said by phone from Tripoli. Output from the second-largest oil field, Sharara, expanded to 327,000 barrels a day after protesters re-opened a pipeline valve near Zintan, he said. Production remains less than half of total capacity as demonstrations continue to halt export terminals in the east of the country. WTI increased the past four weeks, the longest rising streak since July, as Arctic weather in the U.S. boosted energy demand. Last month was the coldest January since 1994 in the contiguous U.S. based on gas-weighted heating-degree days, according to Commodity Weather Group LLC.

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Crude also gained amid speculation that slowing jobs growth may prompt a halt in the reduction of economic stimulus. The Federal Reserve has been tapering bond purchases meant to boost the economy. The unemployment rate slid to 6.6 percent, the lowest level since October 2008, while payrolls climbed by 113,000 in January, Labor Department data show. The jobs figure was below the 180,000 median estimate in the Bloomberg survey. “Energy markets saw the disappointing payrolls as good news in terms of what it may mean for tapering,” Mark Pervan, the head of commodity research at Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Ltd., said in an e-mailed note today.

Money managers boosted net-long wagers on WTI by 15,649 contracts, or 6 percent, to 275,931, in the week ended Feb. 4, according to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. That’s the highest level since Sept. 17. Long positions advanced by 4,943, while shorts retreated by 10,706. Hedge funds and other money managers cut net bullish bets on Brent crude to the lowest level in almost 15 months in the week ended Feb. 4, according to data from ICE Futures Europe. The reduction of 13,995 contracts, or 14 percent, reduces net-long positions to the lowest since Nov. 13, 2012.

WTI may extend its rally after settling above its 200-day moving average on Feb. 7 for the first time this year, data compiled by Bloomberg show. This indicator is at about $99.40 a barrel today. Investors typically buy contracts when prices climb above technical-resistance levels.

To contact the reporter on this story: Grant Smith in London at gsmith52@bloomberg.net To contact the editor responsible for this story: Alaric Nightingale at anightingal1@bloomberg.net  
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Released:  11/02/20142014-02-11
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Sheep exports from Europe to Libya have shot up in the last five years, from 29,000 animals in 2009 to more than 845,000 in the first eight months of 2013.

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A Libyan Ministry of Agriculture official, Melad Farhat, told the Libya Herald that most imports came from Romania, Spain, Bulgaria and Ireland. Sheep also came from the Czech Reublic and Croatia, with others imported from much further afield, including New Zealand and Australia, he added.

Imports fluctuated throughout the year, Farhat said, with increased demand during Ramadan and Eid Al-Adha.

An expert from the Irish Food Board was quoted by the Irish agricultural portal Agriland as saying that EU sheep exports had undergone a major shift. “With a clear shortage in domestic production relative to market demand, Libya has emerged as an important market for the EU,” he said.

The leading Libyan companies importing sheep to Libya are Al-Etihad Company in Benghazi, Al-Jebel Al-Akhdar and Al-Kahef in Misrata, and the Tripoli-based firms Al-Joud and Al-Waha.
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Released:  10/02/20142014-02-10
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A Turkish contractor has become the first company to finish an infrastructure project in Libya, which had been left incomplete after the civil war erupted in the North African country.

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TML İnşaat, which recently completed the $100-million port project after signing a re-start protocol with the Libyan government, gave hope to other Turkish contractors that have been forced to abandon projects worth billions of dollars due to violence in Libya.

Turkish contractors have been struggling to procure their due debts from the government, estimated to total around $20 billion, but TML İnşaat received its payment from the Libyan government without any delays.

Last week, Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekçi had said total payments to Turkish companies’ Libya projects that were expected to be paid over three years amounted to $1 billion.  
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Released:  10/02/20142014-02-10
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US exports to Libya rose by 48 percent in 2013, with growth attributed to increased consumer demand in the aftermath of the 2011 revolution.

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The US-Arab Chamber of Commerce said that developments in Libyan infrastructure were driving US exports to the country, in a report detailing US Census Bureau figures on exports to 22 Arab nations last year.

“Despite the challenges of the Arab Spring, US exports to the Arab world continue to reach new highs,” said President of US-Arab Chamber of Commerce David Hamod. “This is very good news for US companies, many of which are looking to compensate for weak demand in the US marketplace by increasing their exports overseas.”

The largest category of goods exported across all 22 countries was transportation equipment, which constituted $26.31 billion (37.1 percent) of total US goods shipped to the Arab world. The other top five export sectors included non-electrical machinery ($8.63 billion, 12.2 percent), electronic products ($6.52 billion, 9.2 percent), chemicals ($3.96 billion, 5.6 percent), and food products ($3.38 billion, 4.8 percent).

Only Sudan, Djibouti and Comoros saw higher rates of growth in terms of exports from America. This was attributed, in the case of Sudan, to modifications to US sanctions and efforts to attract large numbers of foreign investors on the part of Djibouti and Comoros.
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Released:  10/02/20142014-02-10
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TRIPOLI (Reuters) - The European Union said on Thursday it had lifted sanctions imposed during Muammar Gaddafi's era on Libya's housing and infrastructure agency in a step the North African country hopes will boost much-needed investment.

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Nearly three years after its revolt against Gaddafi, Libya is still struggling to find stability, with the fragile central government challenged by political infighting and former militia fighters who refuse to disarm. The EU decision ends the sanctions against the Housing and Infrastructure Board, the institution in charge of public housing projects.

"This will further the infrastructure projects that were developing at a certain moment between Libya and the European Union," EU ambassador Nataliya Apostolova told reporters in Tripoli.

The European Union lifted sanctions on Libyan ports, oil companies and banks soon after the fall of Gaddafi in 2011 after the NATO-backed civil war that put an end to his four decade, one-man rule.

Beyond the pull of Libya's oil, though, Western firms remain wary of investing in the North African country because of questions over political stability, security, and restrictions on foreign ownership and state red tape.
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Libyan Railroads Project Management and Execution Board is announcing to start register companies

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Libyan Railroads Project Management and Execution Board is announcing to start register companies who willing to work with Libyan Railroads Project Management and Execution Board, in various field and by providing an integrated complete file of the company and with completion of data included in the registration form at the website www.railroads.org.ly
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Released:  07/02/20142014-02-07
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Libya will modernize the infra-structure of communications network and information technology in accordance with the statement of the international union for communications in meetings at Switzerland.

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The undersecretary of ministry of communications in the meetings requested support of the union for the comprehensive support for modernizing the infra-structure for communications and information technology in Libya.  
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Released:  07/02/20142014-02-07
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Libya Oil – Egypt’s 2014 Plan

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The company’s investment plan for 2014 targets an increase of 25% in oils production compared with 2013 and aims to produce new types of oils for motors of vessels, marine equipment and heavy duty machinery.  
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Released:  07/02/20142014-02-07
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Following two outstanding and highly successful events, the New Libya Oil & Gas Forum is back for the third year in London on 29th-30th May 2014.

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  • Every edition of the Libya Oil & Gas Forum has been held with the full support and endorsement of the National Oil Corporation of Libya (NOC)

  • Both Forums were attended by a sell-out audience of over 300 senior level executives

  • High-level delegation each year comprising much of the senior leadership of the Libyan oil and gas sector, including the Chairman of the NOC, Dr Nourri Berrouien

  • Both years welcomed Government Ministers and Deputy Ministers

  • VIP and C-Level delegation from Shell, ExxonMobil, Turkish Petroleum, Total, Sonatrach and many others

  • Exclusive 5* venues each year with Private Gala Dinner and Networking Reception

  • In March 2012 the inaugural New Libya Oil & Gas Forum took place in the 5* Parco Dei Principi Hotel in Rome, Italy; in May 2013 the 2nd edition took place in the 5* Elite World Hotel in Istanbul

  • Full representation from the service sector, data providers, consulting firms, legal advisers and many more

 

 

Join us in London this year for the 3rd edition of this high-level Forum. You will:

 

>> Get essential updates from the Ministry of Oil, and NOC

>> Meet the key stakeholders in Libyan Oil and Gas

>> Gauge developments for exploration prospects onshore and offshore Libya

>> Assess strategies for exploration licensing rounds

>> Learn of tenders and partnership opportunities you can be involved with

>> Identify the outlook for Libya’s unconventional prospects

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Released:  07/02/20142014-02-07
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The General Gas Transmission and Distribution Company, or Gasly (www.gasly.ly) held a workshop Tuesday at Corinthia hotel, Tripoli.

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The workshop entitled “Libyan City Gas Day” included presentations by both local and foreign partner companies such as the Libyan Post and Telecommunications and Information Technology Company (LPTIC), Hatif Libya (www.hlc.ly), the Housing and Infrastructure Board (HIB) and the General Electricity Company of Libya (GECOL).

These partners are the natural partners for Gasly where synergy or complementarities exist with regards to the joint use of trenches, pipes and cable lines. Opening the event, Gasly chairman Lutfi Layas reminded the audience upon launching the Libyan City Gas Day that city gas had existed in Libya since the 1930′s, well before Libya had discovered oil, but that the Qaddafi regime had ended it without much explanation.

Layas said that Gasly which was established in 2008 had launched a study for a strategy to deliver natural gas to over 900,000 consumers in Libya. He explained that some contracts had already been signed and that some work with the HIB had already been undertaken in new housing projects in order to integrate city gas within them. Progress with the HIB had been achieved he added despite the challenges Libya faces post revolution.

The piped city gas project is expected to save the nation about LD 3 billion per year as consumers switch from the more expensive and cumbersome butane gas cylinders and from the usual hydrocarbons used for heating such kerosene, to the cheaper natural gas. The project is also expected to create spin offs and jobs helping the economy grow.

Gasly is working on the completion of the master plan for the natural gas transmission and distribution networks in Libya. It is also working on the final stages and operational tests for the 20 inch Entessar-Sarir Gas Pipeline Project. Phase one of the construction phase of the Benghazi Gas Network for 42,000 consumers is also to commence.

The Tripoli Gas Distribution Network – phase one project – for 27,000 consumers is also scheduled to start. The signing of contracts for the West Mountain Gas Distribution Network – Phase One project, the Tripoli Medium Pressure Gas Distribution Network – phase two, and the Tajura Medium Pressure Gas Distribution Network projects are expected soon.
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Released:  07/02/20142014-02-07
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Oil production for OMV, Austrian oil and gas group, has recovered in Libya adequately to reach its 2014 output target of 320,000 to 340,000 barrels of oil per day if it continues at current levels, according to OMV’s chief executive Gerhard Roiss.

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Libya has proved to be a difficult place for business especially for companies operating in its oil sector. Before the 2011 civil war, Libya made up 10 % of OMV’s total production. Since the beginning of the year production had been between 50 and 75 % of pre-war levels, which is enough to create room for flexibility.

To reduce risk of loss in Libya and other politically unstable countries like Yemen and Iraq, the company has made major investments in other regions that are believed to be more predictable. Such investments have been in North Sea oil fields from Norway’s Statoil, recorded as the biggest investment in the company’s history with $2.65 billion acquisition of stakes. Other investments have been made in new fields in the Black Sea.

In an effort to keep up in a difficult European market struggling to compete with heavily subsidized renewable energy sources and cheap coal, OMV is cutting down on downstream activities such as filling stations and refineries. The company’s refining margin which has brought in a lot of profit for the company, Q1 and Q4 including, is yet to show signs of recovery from last year’s blow.

The violence in Libya and the siege on oil ports have had a major impact on oil production and exportation. Most of the companies are also struggling to cope with the frequent strikes of workers and the lack of security in the country.
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Released:  06/02/20142014-02-06
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The Libyan government has said it will supply all the cities with natural gas by replacing butane gas in a bid to save US$ 2.7 billion a year, the President of the board of the Libyan General Gas Transmission and Distribution Company, Lutfi Ilyas, gave this indication here Wednesday.

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"For 50 years, families in Tripoli were supplied with natural gas. But this service has been discontinued because of poor planning that was done in the past. Today, we are planning to relaunch this service in order to ensure that by 2030, three billion cubic meters of gas will be distributed," Mr. Ilyas said at the opening session of a workshop whose theme is "Libyan Day for gas in cities" .

"We are working in partnership with the Ministry of Housing to distribute natural gas to 900,000 consumers over the next few years," he told delegates at the workshop, organized in collaboration with the Libyan society in charge of Posts, Telecommunications and ICT.

"The first phase of the project will be implemented in Benghazi (east) with the aim to ensure the provision of two million cubic meters by the end of 2014 to benefit 4,000 consumers, but ultimately the goal is to supply 112,000 consumers," Ilyas said, adding that the supply phase for the city of Tripoli will target 211,000 people and 48,000 consumers in Misrata.

The feasibility study shows that the supply of natural gas to Libyan cities will enable the government to save US$ 2.7 billion per year from what it has been spending on butane gas.

The workshop is also being attended by experts from France, Malta and the UK.  
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Released:  06/02/20142014-02-06
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Studying abroad and learning English featured at this week’s Education and Training Fair at Tripoli University.

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Several Tripoli-based English language schools were represented, including the Oxford English Academy and the Janzour School. Both schools also offer students opportunities to study abroad. A teacher from the Janzour School, Rasha Ben Saleh, said that the institution was getting a lot of interest in pilot training programmes and engineering MScs at Maltese academies. English, however, remained the most popular subject. “People nowadays are really interested in learning English,” Ben Saleh said. “Most of our students have quite a low level of English to start with but they are very enthusiastic and willing to learn.” There were several colleges based in the UK there, including the Oxford Business College. “It is a delight to be here and the response has been overwhelming,” college director Padmesh Gupta told the Libya Herald. “People have been telling us they want to go abroad to learn English and then return to Libya to make a contribution.”

The college has also signed a contract with the Ministry of Labour to take 200 students, who are expected to start English language courses in Oxford in April. However, after their visit had shown how many opportunities there were in Libya, Gupta said, the college was thinking of opening a institution in Tripoli.

The Canadian School in Libya was there, as was a new Canadian school, the Libcan Academy, which opens next week. Initially offering short courses, including English language, for adults, the school plans to open for primary school children in September.

The fair, which ended today, was sponsored by the Ministry of Higher Education.
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Libyan Italian cooperation agreement in the field of maintenance and restoration of monuments.

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An agreement for cooperation in the field of maintenance and restoration of monuments was signed in Italy on the exchange of experiences and organizing a training course for a number of elements working in the field of archeology for three years.
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Released:  06/02/20142014-02-06
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Austrian oil and gas group OMV's production in Libya has recovered sufficiently to support its full-year output target if it continues at current levels, its chief executive said.

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Gerhard Roiss said production in the war-torn country had been between 50 and 75 per cent of pre-war levels since the start of the year, and reaffirmed OMV's 2014 production target of 320,000 to 340,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day.

"With this range, we have enough leeway," Roiss told business journalists in Vienna on Wednesday. "We cannot manage the risk in Libya. Therefore we have invested in regions we believe to be more predictable."

Libya constituted about 10 per cent of OMV's total production before its 2011 civil war. Protesters have been blockading eastern oil ports for the past six months and production at some oil fields has also been disrupted.

OMV is investing in new fields in the Black Sea and the North Sea to balance the risk of its operations in politically unstable countries including Libya, Yemen and Iraq.

In August, it made the biggest investment in the company's history with the $2.65 billion acquisition of stakes in North Sea oil fields from Norway's Statoil.

OMV is also scaling back on downstream activities such as filling stations and refineries in a difficult European market for gas, which is struggling to compete with heavily subsidised renewable energy sources and cheap coal.

Roiss said OMV's refining margin, a key measure of profitability for the company, was not yet showing signs of recovery from last year's historic lows. "Q4 was very bad in Europe. I don't see any improvement yet in Q1," he said.

OMV's gas-trading unit EconGas has been helped, however, with the renegotiation of a long-term gas-supply contract with Russia's Gazprom. The two parties came to an interim agreement in December after months of talks.

Roiss said the temporary agreement, backdated to April 1, 2013, was still linked to oil prices, which have outpaced gas prices. "It has substantially improved but we're not where we want to be," he said.

OMV shares were up 0.8 per cent to 31.58 euros by 1141 GMT, outperforming a flat European oil and gas index. – Reuters
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Released:  05/02/20142014-02-05
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A group of Tunisian businessmen were this week in Misrata to investigate the potential for business and setting up operations there.

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They were accompanied by Tunisia’s ambassador to Libya, Redha Bukadi, and a delegation that included the Embassy’s Commercial Attaché, Lutfi Shalli, and the Foreign Affairs Attaché in charge of Economic Matters, Fareed Almashriqi.

The group was received by the President, the General Manager and members of the local Libyan Businessmen Council. It visited Misrata Free Zone where it was briefed on how it operates as well and the facilities and privileges granted by the Free Zone to investors.

The delegation also visited the industrial zone and in particular private sector factories in the field of paints and coatings. During the visit, a number of potential investments as well as aspects of cooperation, trade exchange and ways to strengthen economic ties were discussed.  
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