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Opportunities abound in Libya

PE Media Network’s Libya Investment Forum will provide all the information companies need to get involved

The end of Libya’s civil war, with a UN-brokered ceasefire and new government in place, has triggered an oil production boom.

Fields, ports and pipelines damaged by fighting or neglect are being overhauled and, with funding in place, ambitious expansion plans are being unveiled. Major engineering is already underway across the country, which holds Africa’s largest oil reserves. Coupled with financial and transparency reforms, Libya’s oil sector is gearing up for a renaissance that offers significant opportunities for oil service companies of all sizes.

PE Media Network’s Libya Investment Forum draws all these strands together, providing both ‘big picture’ and technical information on how to get involved. 

The keynote address will delivered by Mustafa Sanalla, the long-serving chairman of Libya’s National Oil Corporation, who was honoured earlier this year by the US State Department as an anti-corruption champion.

Sanalla will explain his ambitious plans to double oil production within five years, and answer questions on how partners can help achieve this. While Sanalla provides the broad strokes, senior NOC officials will walk participants through the detail of expansion plans for both upstream and downstream sectors. Expert panels will feature analysts providing insight into the opportunities, and road bumps, that lie ahead.

PE Media Network aims to deliver the world’s most comprehensive coverage of the global energy sector, and for the forum is teaming-up with the Libyan British Business Council, whose member companies have long and valuable experience operating in the country. Register for this exclusive event free of charge here.

PE Media Network is a leading producer of multi-media, multi-channel energy industry information and communication. It brings together three streams of subscription content—Petroleum Economist, Transition Economist and Hydrogen Economist. Along with content from some of the world’s leading energy analysts, we draw on 30 years of experience producing cartography and infrastructure data, together with the PE Events’ roster of forums focussed on key elements of the industry.

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