Libya | Egypt Oil & Gas - Part 33

Libya To Offer New Production-Sharing Contracts

Libya will offer new production-sharing agreements to international oil companies on improved terms to existing contracts, but this won't happen this year, said the country's Minister of Oil and Gas, Abdurahman Benye ...

BP Lifts Force Majeure on Libyan Exploration

BP has lifted Force Majeure in respect of its Libyan Exploration and Production Sharing Agreement (EPSA) with the National Oil Corporation (NOC) effective 15th May 2012.

Shell confirms exit from Libya blocks

Shell has decided to quit its Libyan exploration blocks amid insecurity and harsh contracts, in the first such move since the overthrowing of Muammar Gaddafi's regime.

OMV quarter up on Libya

Increased output from Libya, recovering from the turmoil of civil unrest, helped Austria's OMV boost production slightly in the first quarter, the company said in a trading statement released on Tuesday.

US SEC Probes Eni, Total On Libya Operations

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has sent formal requests to Italy's Eni SpA and France's Total SA related to the companies' Libyan businesses, the companies disclosed in regulatory filings.

Egyptian Petroleum Delegation Makes headway in Libya

During its visit of last month, The Egyptian petroleum delegation has accomplished fruitful progress in supporting the reconstruction of Libya's dilapidated petroleum industry.

Total eyes 200bn unfound oil barrels in Egypt, Libya

Total SA is planning to explore for oil and natural gas off the coasts of Libya and Egypt, a region that may hold as much as 200bn barrels of oil equivalent, a company official said.

Libya production increases to 1.3 million barrels per day

Oil production in the country has now resumed following the eight-month war.

OMV Touts 60% Pre-War Level Production in Libya

Austrian energy giant OMV said Thursday its oil production in Libya now stands at 60% of the pre-war level, up from 30% in November.

Libya to Revisit Oil Contracts

Some of Libya's oil contracts will be reviewed by the country's new government, former interim prime minister Ali Tarhouni said, putting scores of foreign firms on notice.

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