Tagged With Libya
Tripoli has only one option - it must free us, says Jadhran
8 October 2013
Ibrihim Jadhran's skills were once so valued by the Libyan government, he was granted a top post with the country's Petroleum Facilities Guard. Now, after ordering his troops to seize control of a swathe of Libya's vital oil-export ports, Tripoli sees him as the main threat to the country's stability. Wil Crisp meets the eastern Libya rebel in his Ajdabiya headquarters
Global oil output stalls on Libyan losses
17 September 2013
Global oil production fell by 775,000 barrels a day (b/d) in August, to 91.6 million b/d, as soaring Saudi Arabian output failed to completely offset Libyan losses
NOC is struggling amid another crisis in Libya
23 August 2013
Libya is in chaos. Can its state oil firm survive intact?
Libyan oil protection force an illicit oil trade
20 August 2013
Tripoli threatens military action against any tanker lifting illegal cargoes
The Middle East is restless due to political troubles
8 July 2013
The upheavals that began in late 2010 have not yet played out, leaving the world's most important oil-producing region on edge
Libya's problems mount and threaten oil sector
8 July 2013
The civil war ended the Qadhafi regime but persistent political chaos and violence is a growing threat to the country's oil sector
Eye of the storm for Libyan oil industry amid political issues
29 May 2013
Is Libya’s oil sector immune to the country’s political turmoil, asks Derek Brower
Opec leads global oil production lower
23 April 2013
Troubles in Nigeria, Libya and Iraq contributed to the supply decline
Libya reaches 1.6 million b/d output milestone, promises more to come
7 November 2012
Libya’s oil production has reached 1.6 million barrels a day (b/d), confirming the country’s output recovery just over a year after civil war shut in its output
PGNiG to return to Libya for first time since civil war
7 November 2012
The Polish company could resume operations this month, after leaving due to conflict
Not quite scramble time for Libyan investors after elections
26 July 2012
Libya’s first post-Qadhafi elections had many positives. But clarity for investors is not yet among them
Uncertain future for Libya as new books track the country's past
10 July 2012
Two recent books tell the story of the uprising that toppled Muammar Qadhafi. But the new country’s future is still up for grabs
2011: A year that defied predictions
21 December 2011
Anyone who, a year ago, said 2011 would see civil war in Libya; Muammar Qadhafi toppled and executed; revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt; a revolt in Syria; the quashing of a rebellion in Bahrain by Saudi Arabia; a new nuclear crisis; the near-collapse of the Eurozone; and a renewed pessimism in the global economy should be a candidate for some kind of Nobel prize
Libya defies forecasts and quickly ramps up oil production
25 October 2011
The swift recovery of oil production defies outsiders’ expectations
After Qadhafi, the new test is uniting Libya
21 October 2011
The dictator's death ends the war in Libya. Can the NTC now govern with authority?
Libyan gas exports from Greenstream pipeline set to flood Europe
14 October 2011
The restart of the Greenstream pipeline to Italy will flood an already oversupplied European gas market. Gas prices look set to drop
Opec’s El-Badri sees swift Libyan oil return
11 October 2011
Libyan oil production will hit 1 million barrels a day (b/d) in six months, and reach pre-war levels in less than 15, said Opec secretary general Abdalla El-Badri on Tuesday
Libya oil output to double by November
10 October 2011
Leaked report provides updates on oil production from the all the country's fields; output nearing 370,000 b/d
Oil and politics – Libya’s risky business
7 October 2011
The swift resumption and return to pre-war levels of oil production will be crucial to the success of a new Libya. A transparent oil and gas framework is vital
Rivalries threaten Libya’s new rulers
3 October 2011
The NTC is struggling to control factional differences within the country. Will it be able to govern with authority?
Libya oil exports at 400,000 b/d within two weeks
3 October 2011
Waha complex to be ready within two months, 1 million b/d due on stream by March and the Zawiyah refinery is now on line
Libya’s Sharara field ready for exports within two weeks
27 September 2011
The country’s oil output is resuming more quickly than forecast and the Zawiyah refinery will start processing east Libyan crude on 30 September
UK firm lobbies Hague over Libya security deal
23 September 2011
NTC says Heritage Oil offer "unacceptable". Company’s go-between claims inside track with new oil figure
Johnny West's book on understanding the Arab Spring
23 September 2011
Johnny West’s book gives a street view of why a region erupted. It’s an essential guide to North Africa’s Berlin Wall moment
Libya nears appointment of new oil minister
20 September 2011
Internal rivalries are still hitting the National Transitional Council’s (NTC) efforts to form a new Libyan government and uncertainty hangs over the future of Mahmoud Jibril, the fledgling government’s second-in-command
Time to lift the transparency lid on Qadhafi’s oil contracts
5 September 2011
As Libya enters a new era, the National Transitional Council must embrace transparency