Tagged With Libya
Libya’s Sanallah calls for external help
31 January 2020
The NOC chief wants assistance to get the country exporting oil again
Map: Libya's conflict
16 January 2020
This regularly updated map shows the ongoing conflict among rival factions seeking control of the territory and oil of Libya
Turkey’s dual Libya objectives
14 January 2020
Moscow’s cooperation with Ankara in seeking a Libya peace deal implies Russian acceptance of Turkey’s controversial East Med maritime border claims
East Med juggles win/losses and win/wins
2 January 2020
Rivalry continues to impact energy projects across the region. But collaboration will be essential to achieve economic potential
Conflict threatens Libyan oil sector’s long-term stability
27 December 2019
Civil war endangers the state-owned oil company’s ability to maintain crude production and threatens the collapse of the entire sector
Turkey pushes East Mediterranean boundaries
9 December 2019
The Erdogan regime’s maritime border agreement with Libya can only serve to ramp up regional tensions
Libya’s oil caught in the middle
22 October 2019
Instability continues to derail oil authorities’ attempts to persuade IOCs to return
Libya's Sharara restarts after brief force majeure
24 July 2019
The fate of the Sharara field has become entwined with a campaign for better basic services for the inhabitants of southern Libya
Libya sends out warning signs
13 June 2019
Uncertainty over the fate of Tripoli and recent statements by the government there are sending negative messages to IOCs
Oil revenue access drives conflict
13 June 2019
General Khalifa Haftar's LNA is battling the GNA for control of Tripoli. But what are his options and what are the longer-term implications for the oil sector?
Libya's oil fields fall into Haftar's hands
3 April 2019
The latest military moves leave the government in Tripoli increasingly under siege
Eastern forces expand Libyan energy sector grip
5 March 2019
Warlord Khalifa Haftar has captured the country's largest oil field, putting a new question mark over the fragile oil recovery
Libya's stepping stone to normality
18 January 2019
Eni leads a return to oil exploration in Libya for the first time since the 2011 Arab Spring revolution
Militant conflict to constrain Libya's oil resurgence
10 January 2019
The oil recovery will continue, if the civil war and political spats allow it
One step forward, two back in Libya
5 October 2018
An IS attack on the Tripoli HQ of Libya’s battered oil industry has presented the sector with its sternest test yet
Opec's next balancing act
18 September 2018
The oil market is at a crux point as bullish and bearish forces battle to set the tone
Strategy v market dynamics
2 August 2018
Members must consider a host of complex issues as they wrestle with the problem of managing oil supply
Who's your swing producer now?
6 July 2018
Under pressure from Trump, Saudi Arabia has demolished the Opec deal and will now pour oil into a market that is suddenly running short
Conflict cripples Libya's oil sector
3 July 2018
The latest battle for Libya’s key oil ports—the fourth in as many years—leaves vital infrastructure destroyed and the country’s production recovery in jeopardy
Total's new MENA adventures
8 May 2018
The company is set to benefit from shale in the Middle East despite having shunned it elsewhere
Libya's oil output restrained
28 March 2018
Investment is needed to boost production capacity
The volatile 10
21 March 2018
As the oil market regains balance, risk will affect the price. Here's where to watch
Libya's seesawing oil production
2 March 2018
The head of the country's National Oil Corporation is succeeding in pushing output higher against the odds, only for its ubiquitous militias to push it back down again
Energy risk in all shapes, all sizes
27 February 2018
Geopolitics may be bullish or bearish. But it will almost certainly bring volatility to the oil market
More Libyan war
7 February 2018
The civil conflict will continue, sabotaging efforts to stabilise oil output
Libya's high stakes
7 February 2018
Freeing NOC of political interference is essential if the country and its oil sector are to prosper in 2018