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Libya Oil Exports Resume from Brega
Released:  27/08/20132013-08-27
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Oil exports from the Libyan port of Marsa al Brega have resumed after a force majeure was lifted as protesters ended their blockade of the terminal, the deputy oil minister said Monday.

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"A few tankers have left the port after we lifted the force majeure on Aug. 22," Omar Shakmak told Dow Jones Newswires. "The port is now operating as normal and at full capacity," he said. Brega, with a capacity of around 90,000 barrels a day, is one of the four ports affected by the force majeure, declared after protests caused the facilities to be shut at the end of July, as workers demanded the payment of wages, as well as higher salaries or more jobs. However, officials said the situation was more precarious, with armed guards trying to sell oil without government approval.

The strikes in eastern and central Libyan ports had effectively shut down shipments from terminals there, which account for more than half of Libya's$60 billion of oil exports annually.

Es Sider, the largest of Libya's oil terminals with a 350,000 barrel-a-day capacity, as well as Ras Lanuf and Zueitina in eastern Libya remain closed. Storage facilities in the country, a member of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, have filled with crude, crimping any new production. According to data supplied by the oil ministry, Libya's output fell in the first half of August to about 500,000 barrels a day -- about one-third of the highs reached last summer and the lowest since just after Libya's civil war ended in late 2011.
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Harouge Oil Operation, is joint operating company on behalf of National Oil Operation Libya and Suncor Oil (North Africa) GmbH, Announces an invitation to participate in tender No (07/2015) for Design, supply and commissioning of (2) Tug Boats.

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Harouge Oil Operation, is joint operating company on behalf of National Oil Operation Libya and Suncor Oil (North Africa) GmbH, Announces an invitation to participate in tender No (07/2015) for Companies that have the required Legal and valid License documents.

Summary of the Work:

  • Design, supply and commissioning of (2) Tug Boats.

To all specialized companies and manufactures in this field wish to participate in this tender who are technically capable to executing this tender, should send an approved representative to collect the tender package.

Note that the date for collection of the tender package commences on Tuesday 11/08/2015until Thursday 13/08/2015from ( 9:30) am to (11:30) am.

The Collection of the package is from Tender Committee office, 6th floor at the company head office in Tripoli. The package will be issued according to the following criteria:

 

  1. Official letter addressed to HOO Company’s Chairman of Tender Committee confirming the desire to participate in this Tender.
  2. Representative of the interested company shall be authorized to collect the tender package and shall present an official document stamped with a company seal.
  3. Provide a copy of the following documents:
    • Valid license compatible with the required work.
    • Commercial Registration
    • Certificate of Registration in Chamber of Commerce.
    • Payment of tax certificate
    • Article of association.
    •  Previous experience in similar work.

 

  1. In case of no  queries / inquiries are received from the bidder prior to bid submittal , this will be deemed mean that the bidder had studied the scope / specifications bid package, found it clear from both technical & commercial aspects, therefore in case of any shortages and/or change of specifications from HOO original scope/specifications bid package, shall result in disqualifying the bidder’s offer, and shall be excluded from further considerations with no obligation to HOO to request any clarification from the bidder.
  2. Paying value of (1000) LD (one thousand Libyan dinars) cash or by a certified check which is non refundable, issued by a Libyan bank in favor of Harouge Oil Operations.
  3. Bid bond with a value of (25,000) LD (twenty five thousand Libyan Dinars) submitted with your offer in the form of a certified check in a separate envelope, which shall be refunded in the event of failure to secure the tender. The check shall be issued by a Libyan bank in favor of Harouge Oil Operations.

 

Notes:Any company or contractor interested in participating in this tender is responsible for all costs involved.

 

If you have any questions please contact the Tender Committee via:

 fax no :+218- 21- 3330090

 Email to: sac@harouge.com

tender.sec-committee@harouge.com 

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Released:  29/07/20152015-07-29
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LONDON, July 28 (Reuters) - Oil prices fell to their lowest point in nearly six months on Tuesday as a meltdown in Chinese equities deepened doubts about the outlook for crude demand in the world's top commodities consumer.

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China's already volatile benchmark stock index, with a combined market capitalisation of $4.6 trillion, has lost 10 percent in the last two days of trade.

Most household debt is linked to real estate rather than the stock market but with Chinese economic growth struggling to stick at 7 percent, analysts say demand for crude may not be enough to help mop up a global supply glut.

"Typically, equity markets do have a high correlation to quarterly GDP growth," Deutsche Bank strategist Michael Lewis said. "Naturally, there is some risk that this could spill into the real economy. The more these things go down on a day-by-day basis, that is starting to affect the potential of Chinese demand growth being weaker."

Brent was down 97 cents at $52.50 a barrel by 1410 GMT, having hit a session low of $52.28, its lowest since early February, bringing losses for July to nearly 18 percent.

Brent crude is on track for its longest stretch of daily losses since March, when the price hovered just dollars away from six-year lows.

U.S. crude was last down 24 cents at $47.15 a barrel after ending the previous session down 75 cents. Compounding the uncertainty over the health of the Chinese economy is concern about rising global oil production, particularly from the United States, in a market already oversupplied by some 2 million barrels a day.

"Essentially, we see prices staying lower for longer, but that is a function of crude supply response, primarily from the U.S., which remarkably has not shown any signs of slowing at the moment," said Virendra Chauhan, an analyst at consultancy Energy Aspects, in a discussion in the Reuters Global Oil Forum.

"We think Brent could dip below $50," he said.

Investors are watching for weekly data on U.S. inventory levels to gauge the strength of demand.

U.S. commercial crude oil stocks are expected to have fallen by 300,000 barrels to 463.6 million barrels in the week to July 24, according to analyst estimates.

(Additional reporting by Keith Wallis in Singapore; Editing by Mark Heinrich)
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Released:  29/07/20152015-07-29
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Greece has impounded 16 armoured vehicles destined for Libya, the Piraeus Sixth Customs Directorate announced on 21 July.

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According to a customs spokesman, the vehicles contravene the UN embargo on deliveries of military and paramilitary equipment to Libya.

The customs office announced that the vehicles included eight Streit Group Typhoon 4x4 mine-resistant ambush protected vehicles (MRAPs), five armoured Toyota Land Cruisers, two armoured BMW sedans, and one armoured Mercedes sedan.

According to the Greek announcement, the armoured vehicles had been transported on MV Tychy , which had called at La Spezia, Italy, prior to calling at Piraeus, and was scheduled to travel to Turkey and then Libya. The delivery of arms to Libya has been banned since 19 March 2013 under UN Security Council Resolution 1970. This specifically prohibited the delivery of "arms and related materiel of all types, including weapons and ammunition, military vehicles and equipment, paramilitary equipment, and spare parts for the aforementioned" to Libya.

Resolution 1970 does allow the transfer of "non-lethal military equipment intended solely for humanitarian or protective use", but only if previously approved by a UN committee. None of the vehicles shown by the Greek authorities were armed, although the Streit Typhoons appear to have protected roof cupolas that could be fitted with machine guns.

Streit Group is one of the world's largest armoured vehicle manufacturers, and specialises in uparmoured civilian vehicles and internal security vehicles. Although registered as a Canadian company, the firm has strong links to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), where three of its main production facilities are, and to Ukraine, where the company does joint design work with AutoKrAZ. The company also has production facilities around the region, including Algeria, Turkey, Jordan and Iraq.

Streit Group was contacted by IHS Jane's for comment on the seizure of the vehicles, but had not responded by the time of publication.

Tychy is operated by the Reefer & General Ship Management Co Inc, registered in Liberia but with Greek nationality of control. The vessel is a roll-on/off cargo ship of 15,652 tonnes that was built in Poland in 1988 and flies the Panamanian flag. It is manned by 16 crew: 15 Ukrainians and one Greek. The vessel itself was not seized by the Greek authorities and was allowed to proceed to Turkey.
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Released:  28/07/20152015-07-28
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Crude oil futures hit four-month lows on Monday after a steep drop in China's stock markets sparked concern about the economic health of the world's biggest energy consumer, while evidence of a growing crude glut mounted.

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Oil was also pressured by a sharp increase in U.S. drilling activity with data on Friday showing producers added 21 rigs last week, the most in over a year, suggesting a ramp up in output as crude futures recovered from six-year lows seen in the first quarter. A weaker dollar .DXY on Monday cushioned some of oil's losses as crude and other commodities denominated in the greenback saw higher demand from users of the euro EUR=. [FRX/] Chinese stocks tumbled more than 8 percent in Asian trading, the biggest one-day drop in eight years, driving European equities markets to a two-week low.

Brent crude oil LCOc1 settled down $1.15, or 2 percent, at $53.47 a barrel. In post-settlement, it fell to as low as $52.90, its lowest since mid-March.

U.S. crude CLc1 closed down 75 cents, or 1.6 percent, at $47.39. It fell below $47 post-settlement, the lowest since late March.

"The combination of the Chinese stock market rout and creeping crude glut is weighing on oil," said Carl Larry, director of business Development for oil and gas at Frost & Sullivan.

"That said, Brent's still seeing support above $50 and U.S. crude is staying above $45. There's a lot of hedging going on at those levels."

Global oil supplies remain ample, with major producers in the Middle East Gulf competing for market share and pumping 2-3 percent more than needed, analysts say.

Exports from Iraq's southern oilfields were on track for a monthly record, having topped 3 million barrels per day so far this month.

"In the next couple of months, even if the global oversupply and seasonal weakness are becoming priced in, it is difficult to see where any price uplift will come from," said Societe Generale oil analyst Michael Wittner.

Speculators have cut their bets on a longer-term rise in oil prices, InterContinental Exchange data showed. Hedge funds and other money managers slashed their net long positions in Brent for the first time in four weeks in the week to July 21.

Investors will also look to the U.S. Federal Reserve for direction this week. The Fed starts a two-day policy meeting on Tuesday amid speculation of a September rate hike that could boost the dollar.

(Additional reporting by Karolin Schaps in London and Keith Wallis in Singapore; Editing by Marguerita Choy; and Peter Galloway)  
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Released:  28/07/20152015-07-28
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Libyan Information Minister Omar Qweri said that all of Libya's oil fields are under full control and protection of pro-government armed forces.

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CAIRO (Sputnik) – All of Libya's oil fields are under full control and protection of pro-government armed forces, Libyan Information Minister Omar Qweri told Sputnik Arabic.

“Libyan crude deliveries are currently insufficient, but all the oil fields are well-protected and under the army's control,” Qweri said in an interview.

The oil-rich North African country has been torn by in-fighting between two rival governments since the UN-backed Western invasion helped overthrow Libyan strongman Muammar Qaddafi. The country is controlled by an internationally recognized government in the east and its Islamist-backed rival in the west.

Oil fields have been one of the key targets for Islamist militants fighting in the country. In March 2015, they seized control of the Bahi and Mabruk oil fields in central Libya.

One of Libya's biggest oil depositories, Sidra, has been subject to a series of attacks over the past two years and was closed for months as pro-government forces fought for its control.

In April, the Libyan government made an agreement with the rebels to unblock four oil terminals. Two of them, Zueitina and Hariga, were later transferred to government forces.
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Released:  27/07/20152015-07-27
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Oil prices slipped lower in early Asian trade on Monday after closing the previous session at their lowest level since March on renewed oversupply concerns after data showed U.S. drilling activity increased last week.

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U.S. oil producers added 21 oil rigs last week, the biggest rise since April 2014, oil services company Baker Hughes Inc BHI.N said in on Friday.

That was despite a 21 percent collapse in U.S. crude prices since mid-June when prices hit $61 a barrel on June 23 leading U.S. oil prices to enter a bear market. A 20 percent downturn is considered by many traders to constitute a bear market. U.S. crude for September delivery CLc1 was down 14 cents at $48 as of 0024 GMT, after closing the previous session down 31 cents at $48.14, its lowest settlement since March 31 and down 5.5 percent on the week.

Brent crude futures for September delivery LCOc1 fell 4 cent to $54.58 after ending the previous session 65 cents down, the lowest close since March 19 and a drop of 4.3 percent for the week.

Hedge funds and other money managers slashed long bets on U.S. crude futures and options to the lowest level in five years last week, as crude continued to tumble, the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) said on Friday. Crude oil exports from Iraq's south are on course for a new monthly record this month having risen above 3 million barrels per day (bpd) so far this month, loading data and an industry source said on Friday.

Market dynamics are changing in OPEC countries, with an increasing focus on earning diversification to protect state revenues in a low crude oil price environment," ANZ said in a report on Monday.

"Saudi Basic Industries Corp is looking at investing in U.S. shale and some other options in China using coal to convert to chemical products. The potential also exists for the Middle East to become a larger refined product export hub," the ANZ note added.

Iranian refining and petrochemical firms could be partially sold off as part of a package of measures to attract foreign investors once western sanctions officially end, Minister of Industry, Mines and Trade Mohammad Reza Nematzadeh said at a conference last week.

The state-owned Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) will be soon be split into two entities - an independent regulator and investment vehicle, a spokesman for Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari said on Saturday.

(Reporting by Keith Wallis; Editing by Michael Perry)
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Released:  27/07/20152015-07-27
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BENGHAZI, Libya, July 22 (Reuters) - Output from eastern Libyan state oil firm AGOCO has dipped to around 220,000 barrels per day (bpd), a company spokesman said on Wednesday, highlighting the production challenges in the conflict-ridden North African country.

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AGOCO runs OPEC member Libya's biggest oilfield Sarir and the Hariga port. Its Nafoura oilfield remains closed due to a protest, while the Bayda field is also shut due to power problems, the spokesman said.

On June 30, the Arabian Gulf Oil Co (AGOCO) reported output in the range of 250,000-290,000 bpd.

State oil firm NOC has not given a production figure for weeks, but a Libyan oil analyst said national output was around 450,000 bpd. That is a far cry from the 1.6 million bpd Libya produced before an uprising that began in February 2011 ousted leader Muammar Gaddafi after 41 years in power.

Production and ports have since suffered major disruption due to a conflict between the internationally-recognised government in the east and a rival administration that took control of the capital Tripoli in August 2014.

"A tanker is expected to lift tomorrow one million barrels of crude at Hariga," the spokesman said. "Exports are going normally."

One tanker left Hariga on Tuesday after loading 750,000 barrels of crude, another oil official said. Another tanker was lifting 600,000 barrels at the Brega port.

The port of Zueitina, also located in the east, had no loadings as crude flows from connected fields are still interrupted due to a protest by locals demanding state jobs, another oil official said.

Brega port was also receiving ships to deliver cement and barley, a port official said.

The eastern ports of Es Sider and Ras Lanuf, the country's two biggest, would stay closed, another official said. The terminals closed in December when fighting between rival factions allied to Libya's two governments erupted.

Attacks by Islamic State militants have made it impossible to reopen fields connected to the two ports.

The western El feel and El Sharara oilfields are closed to strikes and pipeline blockages.

(Reporting by Ayman al-Warfalli; Writing by Ulf Laessing; Editing by Mark Potter)
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The International Monetary Fund said on Friday it has recognised the central bank governor named by Libya's official government as its sole contact and ended ties with a rival bank chief in Tripoli.

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The move risks making it even harder for foreign states to foster cooperation between the warring administrations because the official government sits in eastern Libya and the central bank in Tripoli controls the country's vital oil revenues.

The internationally recognised premier Abdullah al-Thinni left the capital a year ago when a rival fraction seized the city and set up its own administration.

The elected parliament, also based in the east, fired the Tripoli bank governor Sadiq al-Kabir last year and appointed his deputy Ali Salim al-Hibri as his replacement. But Kabir continued working in the Tripoli bank headquarters.

The IMF and western countries dealt with both bankers, trying to forge a joint budget. The Tripoli-based bank has sought to stay out of the conflict by refusing to approve expenditures for either government and limiting spending to public salaries and subsidies.

Hibri set up a new bank headquarters in the east but has failed to convince oil clients to pay though its accounts as ownership proof for oil assets are stored in the capital.

The IMF spokeswoman who confirmed the decision to recognise Hibri said the move followed a request by the eastern-based House of Representatives (HoR) to accept him as Libya's sole delegate to the Fund.

"The international community ... recognises the HoR as the only legitimate authority in Libya," she said by email. "In line with established Fund procedures, Mr al-Hibri was recognised as Libya's governor for the Fund," she said.

Mattia Toaldo, a policy fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations, said the IMF brokered a deal last year between the two governments to tackle a budget crisis. Major oilfields have stopped working due to Libya's turmoil.

"The result is that now IMF won't be able to do that again, so there won't be any economic negotiations to run in parallel with the political dialogue," he said.

The U.N. has sought to persuade both sides to form a unity government but the Tripoli-based rival parliament refused to sign a deal this month.

(Reporting by Ulf Laessing; Editing by Tom Heneghan)
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Released:  27/07/20152015-07-27
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In preparation for the 4th New Libya Oil & Gas Forum, IRN has been in regular talks with the Libyan NOC. During the last discussion, NOC stakeholders informed IRN that there are more than a 1000 contracts within the oil and gas sector in Libya, and they will be looking to meet investors and service providers for upstream and downstream projects at the Forum.

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Over the years, opportunities and long term prospects in the Libyan oil and gas industry have proven to be fruitful for companies that chose to support the country in good and bad times, today is not an exception.

There are currently seven sectors in the country presenting significant business opportunities that will be addressed at the upcoming Forum on 19-21st October in a 5* London venue by the key decision makers of the Libyan National Oil Corporation and country Operators.

The fourth annual edition of the forum is once again held under the official support of the Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC) and will be opened by the Chairman of the NOC, Mustafa Sanallah. Being a technical entity that operates for the benefit of the country, the NOC will hold an open dialogue with the delegation of the Forum addressing the current situation in Libya, with the aim to provide a comprehensive analysis and facilitate new ideas for efficient development.

On the second day of the Forum, the NOC will also hold an award ceremony for the companies that have benefited most Libya’s oil and gas industry.

The two-day conference will also be followed by a Workshop Day which will be divided into: • Oil and gas regulations and petroleum law • Crisis management and physical security in Libya

More information about the Forum is available on the website: www.libyaoilgas.com and released bimonthly in the Forum’s newsletter to which someone can subscribe here
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Released:  11/06/20152015-06-11
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Oil rallied for a second straight day on Wednesday, with U.S. crude nearing a one-month high and gasoline hitting its highest price since November, as a big U.S. stocks drawdown boosted the outlook for summer fuel demand.

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"There's no mistaking it: There's pretty good demand for both crude oil and gasoline in the United States now and it could stay this way the next couple of months," said John Kilduff, partner at New York energy hedge fund Again Capital.

The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported that crude oil inventories shrank by 6.8 million barrels last week, four times more than forecast by analysts in a Reuters poll.

The largest stockpile drop since last July came as refining demand for crude rose amid higher gasoline consumption. Inventories at the Cushing, Oklahoma delivery point for U.S. crude also fell although stockpiles of distillates, which include diesel and heating oil, showed a build. [EIA/S] "The distillate category was a bit of a drag on the inventory and demand front, but not enough to diminish the overall strength of the report," Kilduff observed.

Oil futures, which rose 3 percent on Tuesday in anticipation of the draws, extended gains on the data. Later, profit-taking pulled prices off session highs.

U.S. crude CLc1 settled up $1.29, or 2.1 percent, at $61.43 barrel, after hitting a May 13 high of $61.82.

Global crude benchmark Brent LCOc1 settled at $65.70, up 82 cents, or 1.3 percent. Its session peak was $66.36.

Gasoline futures for July RBc1 settled up 3.3 percent at $2.1464 per gallon. The session high of $2.1506 was the highest since last Nov. 10.

On Tuesday, the EIA said it expected U.S. oil output to decline in the second half of this year. For 2016, it projected a drop of 160,000 barrels per day in U.S. production, revising its previous forecast for a rise.

On Wednesday, producer group OPEC also said it expected non-OPEC supply to decline in the second half.

Some in the market remained pessimistic that demand would grow enough to drain a continued glut in global oil supply.

Jim Williams, energy economist at WTRG Economics in London, Arkansas, noted that U.S. crude stockpiles were at least 20 percent higher now than a year ago.

"The draw numbers are bullish. That's the short takeaway," Williams said, referring to Wednesday's EIA data.

"But medium and long-term, we still need to be rid another 85 million barrels of crude that we didn't have a year ago. I think it will be a summer of volatility."

(Additional reporting by Karolin Schaps in London and Henning Gloystein in Singapore; Editing by David Clarke, Chris Reese and David Gregorio)

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Released:  11/06/20152015-06-11
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The Tripoli authorities have reversed the import ban issued on 17 May on 32 items through letters of credit (LC’s) for six months.

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The import ban was announced as a move to stem the hemorrhaging of Libya’s fast depleting foreign currency reserves.

The authorities said they had reversed the import ban because the Central Bank of Libya (CBL) had failed to impose the ban.

The acknowledgement that the CBL had ignored the Tripoli authorities’ decree is an embarrassing revelation confirming that the CBL sets its own economic and fiscal agenda for Libya. It also confirms that the CBL was probably not consulted prior to the announcement of the import ban.

The import ban had attracted much criticism from the business community as inflationary and encouraging black-market economy.
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Released:  10/06/20152015-06-10
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According to a report from Upstream Online, Libya’s Mellitah Oil & Gas has awarded a $330-million contract to OneSubsea.

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The contract is to carry out work at the Bahr Essalam field in Block NC41. A statement from OneSubsea confirmed a major gas project offshore North Africa, but did not specify the location:

“OneSubsea, a Cameron (NYSE: CAM) and Schlumberger (NYSE: SLB) company, has been awarded a subsea production systems contract totaling more than $330 million for a gas project offshore North Africa.

“The scope of supply for the 13-well development includes subsea production equipment, tooling, and installation and commissioning services. Deliveries are expected to begin Q3 2016.

“’The award represents phase two of this development and is the largest award for a subsea production system within the North Africa region to date,’ said Cameron Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Jack Moore. ‘Having already supplied the first phase of this development, OneSubsea now looks forward to progressing with this second phase.’“

(Source: Upstream Online)
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BENGHAZI, Libya/TRIPOLI, June 7 (Reuters) - Eastern Libyan state oil firm AGOCO is producing 250,000 to 290,000 barrels per day (bpd), a company spokesman said on Sunday, unchanged from recent weeks.

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On Monday, a tanker will lift one million barrels of crude at the port of Hariga, the spokesman said. He said the Nafoura field remained closed due to a protest by locals demanding jobs.

The Bayda field also remained shut due to a shortage of power, he said.

AGOCO produces the bulk of Libya's total oil output which ranges from 400,000 to 500,000 bpd. More than a dozen fields in central and western Libya have closed due to protests and fighting, including Islamic State attacks.

Another tanker would lift 500,000 barrels of crude from the eastern Brega port, another oil official said. The port mainly supplies the western Zawiya refinery.

There was no tanker activity at the eastern port of Zueitina as crude flows remain disrupted due to the protest that has halted work at the Nafoura field, said a port official.

The southwestern El Sharara oilfield will remain closed, said Ibrahim al-Tebawi, a member of a security force from the western region of Zintan blocking a pipeline from the field. A rival force must leave El Sharara before pumping can resume.

El Sharara closed in November when a force allied with a self-declared government in Tripoli took over and Zintan guards, who had previously controlled the field, shut down a related pipeline.

The nearby El Feel field also remained shut due to a strike by guards, a field engineer said.

Libya is caught in a struggle between forces backing the internationally recognised government based in the east and a rival administration that has taken control of Tripoli, as former rebels who helped oust veteran ruler Muammar Gaddafi in 2011 have fallen out along political, regional and tribal lines.

In a bid to show its impartiality, Tripoli-based state oil firm NOC said it had begun delivering petrol to the western mountains, to which Zintan belongs, which had been cut off from fuel supplies.

Zintan is allied to the eastern government fighting the Tripoli government on a frontline west of the capital.

But Zintan's mayor, Mustafa al-Barouni, said he expected a Tripoli force to block the deliveries.

"I, the mayor of Zintan, think that Zintan will not receive fuel shipments because the troops of Libya Dawn have been preventing it for more than eight months," he told Reuters, referring to the faction which seized Tripoli last August.

(Reporting by Ayman al-Warfalli; Writing by Ulf Laessing. Editing by Jane Merriman and Jason Neely)
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Oil group OPEC agreed to stick by its policy of unconstrained output for another six months on Friday, setting aside warnings of a second lurch lower in prices as some members such as Iran look to ramp up exports.

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Concluding a meeting with no apparent dissent, Saudi Arabian oil minister Ali al-Naimi said OPEC had rolled over its current output ceiling, renewing support for the shock market treatment it doled out late last year when the world's top supplier said it would no longer cut output to keep prices high.

The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries will meet again on Dec. 4, Naimi said.

With oil prices having rebounded by more than a third after hitting a six-year low of $45 a barrel in January, officials meeting in Vienna saw little reason to tinker with a strategy that seems to have resurrected moribund growth in world oil consumption and put a damper on the U.S. shale boom.

"You'll be surprised how amicable the meeting was," a visibly pleased Naimi told reporters after the meeting.

Oil prices rose by nearly $1 a barrel after the decision, paring some of this week's losses on news that OPEC had not raised its output ceiling to match current output levels that are much higher, as a handful of analysts had suggested.

Friday's decision defers discussion of several tricky questions set to arise in the coming months as members such as Iran and Libya prepare to reopen the taps after years of diminished production.

Iranian oil minister Bijan Zanganeh had promised to press the group for assurances that other members would give Tehran room to add as much as 1 million barrels per day (bpd) of supply once Western sanctions are eased. But most delegates saw little reason for Tehran to pick a fight now.

"When the production comes, this matter will settle itself," one OPEC delegate told Reuters. That may not occur until 2016, according to many analysts who question how quickly Tehran will win relief from sanctions and be allowed to sell more crude. Libya, still afflicted by a crippling civil war, hopes to double production to some 1 million bpd by September if key ports resume working, but past efforts have failed to deliver a sustained recovery in shipments.

U.S. oil CLc1 is on track for its first weekly decline since March as traders weigh deteriorating physical market conditions. But prices are still $15 off their lows, and some analysts see further gains ahead.

"The markets are moving in OPEC’s favour," said Dr. Gary Ross, executive chairman of PIRA Energy Group. "Prices are stimulating robust demand growth and slowing capex. This was the objective of the Saudi strategy and it’s working."

OPEC Secretary-General Abdullah al-Badri, speaking to reporters after the meeting, said he saw the oil market as "very positive". "The economy is growing, demand is growing. We see non-OPEC supply is not growing as in the past,‎" Badri said.

DON'T RAISE THE ROOF

OPEC output has exceeded the group's 30 million bpd ceiling for most of the past year, reaching 31.2 million bpd in May, its highest in three years, according to a Reuters survey.

Notably absent from this week's agenda were efforts to push for output constraints - even from hawks such as Venezuela, which faces deepening budget woes at prices below $100 per barrel.

While oil ministers have maintained a relentlessly upbeat attitude this week, some analysts see dark clouds gathering. The U.S. tight oil industry has been more resilient than many had expected, with falling costs helping sustain the revolution and possibly setting up another downward spiral.

"Balances show we are oversupplied and OPEC is in pedal-to-the-metal mode," said Bob McNally, founder and president of Washington-based consultancy The Rapidan Group. He said Brent crude could fall back to $50 a barrel.

(Additional reporting by Rania El Gamal, Reem Shamseddine and Shadia Nasralla; Writing by Jonathan Leff; Editing by Dale Hudson)
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No matter what OPEC says Friday about its production target, the outcome is sure to be more oil.

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Iran, Iraq and Libya said this week they plan to add millions of barrels to the market this year. Saudi Arabia, the biggest member in the group, is already pumping the most in three decades. And executives from the world’s biggest oil companies pledged to keep expanding by cutting costs and focusing on the most promising drilling sites.

The contest for market share is proving more important than price as the Saudis seek to undercut higher-cost producers while costs keep dropping. The competition is intensifying because producers are eager to sell ever more oil even as world demand slows.

“High prices spurred the commercialization of an awful lot of oil that’s now ready to be sold in the market,” Ed Morse, Citigroup Inc.’s New York-based head of global commodities research, said by phone. “The decline in demand is making it very difficult to sell oil when you’ve got not just the shale revolution, but Iran and Iraq and other OPEC countries wanting to produce a lot more.”

Brent crude, the benchmark for more than half the world’s oil, fell 60 percent to a six-year low of $46.59 a barrel in January from $115.06 in June. It’s up 32 percent since then and traded at $61.65 a barrel at 10:06 a.m. London time Friday. The U.S. Energy Information Administration forecasts Brent will average $60.79 in 2015.

Angola needs a price of $80, Oil Minister Jose Botelho said Friday in Vienna. New projects will slow down amid the slump in prices, he said. OPEC Output

The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries has exceeded its own target of 30 million barrels a day for 12 straight months. It will maintain that goal when it meets today in Vienna, according to all but one of 34 analysts and traders surveyed by Bloomberg last month.

“The decision is almost certain to be no change,” Richard Mallinson, an analyst at Energy Aspects Ltd. in London, said by phone. “I haven’t seen anything either coming out of the formal seminar or any sideline comments that would suggest there’s any real probability of an alternative.” The 12-nation group pumped 31.58 million barrels a day in May. Saudi Arabia added 670,000 barrels a day between February and April, according to the figures it submitted to OPEC’s secretariat in Vienna. Output in April was 10.3 million barrels a day, the highest since the 1980s. Sovereign Right

Oil production is a sovereign right, Saudi Arabia’s Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi said Friday in Vienna, when asked about OPEC producing above its 30m-b/d production target.

Saudi Arabian Oil Co. projects global daily crude consumption will reach 111 million barrels by 2040, from 93 million barrels now, an average growth rate of less than 1 percent a year. Lower prices are stimulating more demand, according to Al-Naimi. World demand rose 1.5 percent last quarter from a year earlier while supply grew 3.1 percent, according to the International Energy Agency.

Iraq is set to increase exports by about 100,000 barrels a day this month as fighting with Islamic State militants spares its biggest-producing regions, Oil Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said in a June 3 interview at the OPEC International Seminar in Vienna.

Iran’s oil minister, Bijan Namdar Zanganeh, delivered a letter to the group telling them to make room for the country’s rising output. The Persian Gulf nation is negotiating rolling back its nuclear program in exchange for relief from Western sanctions, which would allow it to boost oil production and exports.

Libya Outages

Libya’s emergency outages at the ports of Ras Lanuf and Es Sider may end in July or August, Al-Mabrook Abu Seif, chairman of Libya’s National Oil Corp., said Thursday. Restoring service would allow the nation to pump 1 million barrels a day, about double its current output, he said. “This is a battle about market share, nothing more, nothing less,” Michael Hewson, senior analyst at London-based CMC Markets Plc, said by phone Thursday. “OPEC won’t talk about cuts again until they know that non-OPEC members will abide by them, too. So rather than cut, they may even increase output.”

Break-even costs for U.S. shale production dropped 15 to 30 percent in recent months, while the amount that drillers are able to suck out of the ground from each well has increased as much as 30 percent, ConocoPhillips Chief Executive Officer Ryan Lance said at the forum in Vienna. His counterparts at Exxon Mobil Corp., Royal Dutch Shell Plc and BP Plc also said shale production has proved surprisingly resilient at lower prices. “As producers they will keep producing to protect their market share and hope that they prove to be the most efficient source of production to fill the emerging market demand,” Jason Kenney, head of Pan-European oil and gas equity research at Banco Santander SA, said by phone Thursday. “U.S. shale oil isn’t going anywhere so efficient supply is definitely the key.”
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Libya's internationally recognised government says the central bank's headquarters have moved to the eastern city of Bayda, although it was not clear how the bank would control and process payments with its staff and computers still in Tripoli.

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The Bayda-based government is struggling for control of big state institutions with a rival administration in Tripoli and also says it plans to route oil revenues through the east, bypassing the capital. However, foreign buyers are still paying for oil through the Tripoli-based NOC state oil firm.

Libya has been engulfed by violence and chaos since Muammar Gaddafi was toppled in 2011, and in August a faction called Libya Dawn seized the capital, forcing the official premier, Abdullah al-Thinni, to flee with his ministers to the east.

Ministries and state bodies in Tripoli remain under the control of Thinni's rivals, who are boycotted by world powers.

The eastern central bank governor Ali Salem Hibri declined to say whether the Bayda bank would try to get oil revenues deposited in the eastern city instead of Tripoli.

"The place doesn't mean anything," he said. "The most important thing is that oil revenues are held inside Libya."

There was no immediate comment from the Tripoli-based central bank.

"Headquarters are now in Bayda while Tripoli and (the eastern city of) Benghazi will have central bank branches," Agila Saleh, speaker of the elected Bayda-based parliament, told Reuters during a ceremony at the bank's new headquarters.

(Writing by Ulf Laessing; Editing by Louise Ireland)  
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Vienna, 04.06.2015 - (Lana) - The president of the Oil National Corporation 'NOC' 'Mustafa Sona'a-Allah' , expected that Libya production of oil will reach a one million barrels per day , within a month from lifting the force majeure in July or August.

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NOC president , in a statement in Vienna today Thursday , said that Libya's current production is about 400 - 500 thousand barrels per day.

Its noteworthy , that the ONC had announced the state of force majeure , on shipments from Ras-Lanoof and the nearby Sidra port , last December.

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The government has agreed to issue temporary visas to Libyan businessmen to travel to Malta to conduct business with their Maltese counterparts.

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This was revealed by the President of the Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry, Anton Borg, when he appeared before the Parliamentary Committee for Economic and Financial Affairs, which discussed the impact of the Libyan situation on local companies and businesses.

Mr Borg said that, because of the current situation, it was much easier for Libyan businessmen to come to Malta than for the Maltese to travel there.

He said the chamber had proposed the issue of temporary visas for Libyan businessmen to attend board meetings in Malta and enter into negotiations with Maltese.

The visa would be issued for a 90-day period and would be handed over upon arrival in Malta. It would not be valid for travel in other Schengen countries. Maltese companies would be held responsible for the visa holders.

Mr Borg said the government had accepted the proposal although discussions were being held to iron out some minor difficulties.

Earlier, Malta Enterprise chairman Mario Vella gave a presentation on the economic impact of the situation in Libya on Maltese businesses.

He said exports had amounted to €85 million in 2010, rose to €138 million in 2013 but fell back to €123 million in 2014 due to a worsening of the situation on the ground. In the first quarter of 2015, €23 million worth of exports had been registered.

Dr Vella referred to assistance that had been given to Maltese companies to facilitate their cash flow, including easing of VAT and income tax payments and other matters. This was corroborated by the Chamber of Commerce chairman who praised the attention and assistance given by Malta Enterprise.

Dr Vella said the situation in Libya showed that Maltese companies had structural problems and that the alternative lay in diversifying their activities to Algeria, Tunisia and sub-Saharan countries.

Malta, he said, had opened a consular office in Algiers and a business delegation to Algeria had been oversubscribed. Maltese businessmen had achieved surprising success in doing business with sub-Saharan countries. A Malta representative with experience in marketing in African countries had been posted to the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa. Opportunities existed in East and in West Africa.

Mr Vella called for the opening of more consular offices in other African countries, saying that Malta already had honorary consuls for the Cameroon and for Botswana. Maltese construction companies were operating in the sub Sahara and they needed to form consortia to be able to take on large projects.

Joe Farrugia from the Malta Employers Association said there were no strong fluctuations in terms of employment mainly because employees had definite contracts. Companies kept these workers on because of their experience.

Frank Farrugia from the Chamber of Commerce said Maltese companies previously operating in the Libyan market, and which had diversified their business, could not find enough technicians and skilled employees and had requested permission to import foreign workers.

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Nearly a year after oil markets entered a deep downward spiral, unmoored from the $100-a-barrel mark that had anchored them for years, some OPEC members are publicly talking for the first time about a new "fair" price for their crude.

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Oil ministers from Iraq, Venezuela and Angola said in Vienna this week that a price of $75 or $80 a barrel - barely $10 above the going rate - could be just fine. Iraq's Adel Abdel Mahdi said it would be "equitable". Privately, one Gulf OPEC delegate also told Reuters he reckons crude may be trading around this level next year, once markets rebalance.

It remains to be seen whether this new range becomes a common refrain for the group, which has effectively given up efforts to maintain prices in order to defend its share of the world market.

Importantly, Saudi Arabia - which for years had pointed to $100 a barrel as a "fair price for producers and consumers" - has given no indication that it subscribes to this view.

Yet simply by uttering the numbers, OPEC ministers are helping to quench a craving among traders, investors and energy executives for clarity on medium-term oil prices, an indication as to when months of uncertainty and volatility may end.

To be sure, there's no indication that the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries as a whole feels any urgency to push prices back up into the $70s - in fact quite the opposite. The group is expected on Friday to agree to maintain its current production for months to come.

Even if Saudi Arabia and its Gulf allies begin talking seriously about shoring up the market, finding the right balance will be tricky: Iran needs more than $100 a barrel to balance its budget; yet too high a price threatens to revive competition from the U.S. shale industry, where urgent efforts to cut costs have already helped temper some of the downturn. “If oil prices recover, shale production will go higher again. So we need to get used to a totally different dynamic," Eni (ENI.MI) Chief Executive Claudio Descalzi said on Wednesday.

PRICE BANDS AND FAIRNESS

As a policy, OPEC has not openly targeted specific oil prices for over a decade, ever since it abandoned a $22 to $28 price 'band' instituted after the late-1990s crash.

As the market entered a years-long bull run, members' expectations rose gradually and informally, with OPEC stressing the need to meet demand rather than pump up prices.

In the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, with OPEC cutting output desperately to shore up prices that had fallen from nearly $150 a barrel to less than $40, Saudi King Abdullah surprised traders by saying bluntly that $75 was a "fair price".

Over the following year or two, that view shifted up to around $100, a mark that OPEC managed to maintain effortlessly for most of the previous five years.

As recently as May 2014, Saudi Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi was repeating that mantra: "One-hundred dollars is a fair price for everybody - consumers, producers, oil companies," he said.

Since the group's decision last November to maintain production despite a growing global glut, the role of swing supplier has fallen to hundreds of shale drillers who are quickly curbing activity to halt the rapid rise in U.S. production - a messy, volatile process that has contributed to heightened uncertainty on the outlook.

There's a gap of nearly $40 a barrel between the highest and lowest Brent forecasts for next year, with an average of around $70, according to a Reuters poll this week.

“Uncertainty is the rule of the game in this industry. It is a permanent coup d’état," said French oil company Total's (TOTF.PA) Chief Executive Patrick Pouyanne.

NEW GOAL OR WISHFUL THINKING?

Iraqi oil minister Abdel Mahdi told an OPEC seminar that an "equitable price" would be $75 to $80. His Venezuelan counterpart Asdrubal Chavez, asked the same question, said: "We share the same opinion of the minister of Iraq." The oil minister of Iran declined to answer.

Chavez's view was particularly surprising as Venezuela is one of OPEC's biggest price hawks, and has been working feverishly if fruitlessly to get big non-OPEC producers such as Russia and the powerful Gulf OPEC members to talk about across-the-board production cuts and revive prices.

Just three weeks ago, President Nicolas Maduro said it was "in the best interests of Venezuela and OPEC to see the price stabilize at $100 in the medium term" - although months earlier he cautioned his citizens that prices would never return there.

One executive from a major Western oil company, also in Vienna, said the signals were likely hopeful visions rather than statements of intent: "It's their way of saying we like these prices. Consumers would want lower prices."

Indeed, India's minister of petroleum, Dharmendra Pradhan, said at the same seminar that around $65 - plus or minus $2 or $3 a barrel - would be acceptable.

Paul Horsnell, global head of commodities research at Standard Chartered and a veteran OPEC watcher, said he was surprised to hear the "fair price" refrain returning, although he cautioned that $80 was too low to be a long-term norm. "If non-OPEC outside North America hasn't managed to grow for five years with prices above $110, it's not going to grow at $80," he said.

Others said it may not be too far off the mark.

Ann-Louise Hittle, a senior oil analyst at Wood Mackenzie, expects prices to average $70 a barrel next year, low enough to maintain demand growth and also prevent U.S. production from resuming its breakneck growth. But she cautioned against reading too much into the comments.

"It's significant that somebody is even talking about price after the last meeting, but until the Saudis say it, it's not something you want to put a lot of credence into."

(Writing by Jonathan Leff; Editing by Dale Hudson)
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