National Oil Corporation

Libya’s NOC Revenues Surpass $2 b in March

Sales of crude oil, gas, condensate, petroleum products, and petrochemicals have resulted in a bit over $2 billion of the Libyan National Oil Corporation’s (NOC) revenues in March.

NOC Achieves Petroleum Revenues of $1.115 B in December 2020

The Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC), has recorded revenues reached $ 1.115 billion from the sales of the crude oil, gas, condensates, petroleum products and petrochemicals during December 2020.

NOC Production Reach 91,221 bbl/d

National Oil Corporation (NOC) has announced that production as of 17th March has plateaued at 91,221 barrels per day.

Libya’s NOC Adds 2,900 b/d

Libya’s Arabian Gulf Company, a subsidiary of state oil firm National Oil Corporation (NOC), has began production at a rate of 2,900 barrels per day (b/d) from the Massila oilfield.

Libya’s NOC to Increase Faregh Field Production

Libya's National Oil Corporation (NOC) announced on November 11 the completion of its operational tests for the second development phase of Faregh field.

Libya’s NOC Monthly Revenues Fall $1.8 B

Libya's state-run National Oil Corporation (NOC) announced that its September revenues dropped by 11% to $1.8 billion from the previous month.

Libyan NOC Gives Full Support to Its Employees

A subsidiary of National Oil Corporation (NOC), Brega Petroleum Marketing Company (BPMC), has stated that any intimidation of its employees is completely unacceptable and that further action should be taken.

Libya’s NOC Discusses Cooperation With Pakistan

The Pakistani ambassador affirmed his country's desire to open prospects for cooperation in the oil and gas sector in Libya, particularly in the fields of seismic surveys and human resources development.

AGOCO Boosts Output as Libya’s Crude Production Recovers

Libya's Arabian Gulf Oil Company (AGOCO) has raised its output to 210,000b/d as Libya boosted crude production by more than 70%.

Oil Traders, Libya’s NOC Uncertain over Crude Export

Oil traders who specialize in purchasing cargoes from Mediterranean ports have low confidence in the imminent resumption of shipments from two key Libyan terminals, even after a deal was struck in July to reopen the facilities.

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