The Chairman of the National Oil Corporation (NOC), Mustafa Sanallah, has disclosed that shutting down Sharara and Al-Wafaa oilfields was coordinated and planned by state official figures aiming to attain political and financial gains, adding that the militias that are seen by the public as the ones closing the fields …
The fuel and gas crisis committee has announced that air and naval forces had formed an operations room to end the crisis of fuel smuggling from Libya.
The National Oil Corporation in Tripoli has denied allowing the military warplanes of Dignity Operation or any other force to use Al-Feel oilfield’s airport for military ends.
NOC must react to use of oilfield’s airports by Dignity Operation, UN-proposed government’s official says
The south brigade and other armed forces have joined brigades 16, 45 of UN-proposed government’s defense ministry in the attack that paved the way for regaining control of Timnahent airbase and Samnu district, the spokesperson of the “Desert Wrath” operation, Colonel Salem Abu Rawi confirmed on Monday.
Mediterranean Storm Operation won’t stop till six-year-old smuggling crisis vanishes, Libyan official says
The Chairman of the fuel and gas committee of Brega Oil and Gas Marketing Company, Milad Al-Hajrasi, has hailed the stance of Libyans toward the committee personnel and their support for the committee’s ongoing operations.
French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve Friday in Tunis underlined France’s stance on the control of the Libyan oil saying that the National Oil Corporation (NOC) must align with UN-backed Presidency Council (PC).
The Fuel Crisis Committee, originally established by Tripoli municipal council in 2015 to find solutions to the shortage of fuel in the capital, yesterday launched what is being called “Operation Mediterranean Storm” to counter the smuggling of Libya’s subsidised fuel by sea.
The Presidency Council (PC) has today made it clear that it intends to press ahead with its changes to the oil sector which have provoked an angry protest from the National Oil Corporation chairman Mustafa Sanalla.
The Foreign Minister-designate of the UN-proposed government, Mohammed Sayala, disclosed that an argument took place between Libya’s Presidential Council delegation and Egypt’s delegation regarding phrasing the Arab ministerial statement about Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC).
Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) said on Monday it had asked the U.N.-backed government in Tripoli to withdraw a resolution that seeks to allocate powers over the oil sector.