2013 May 10 : Libyan Embassy – London
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Archive for May 10th, 2013

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May 2013  The Libyan Council for Oil and Gas (LCOG), the body that represents Libyan oil and gas private sector companies, participated with a delegation from the Libyan Business Council at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC 2013) Houston, Texas, USA from 6-9 May. At the OTC the LCOG formed with its American counterparts the Libyan American Business Council, signed by LCOG  [ Read More ]

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May 2013 The port at Khoms is looking to double its capacity after acquiring extra berths and thousands of hectares of land. On Monday, the port authorities signed an agreement with the Libyan Navy, which had previously occupied almost half the harbour, to take over four additional berths and some 40,000 hectares of land. Under the new agreement, the port  [ Read More ]

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May 2013 Despite, the wave of uncertainty brought on by the armed siege of ministries this past week, Libya’s telecom ministry is moving ahead with plans to improve communication services throughout the country. Last month, Minister of Communications and Information Osama Siala, appearing on Libya Ahrar TV, said that several steps were being taken to advance Libya’s telecom networks, including upgrades to  [ Read More ]

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May 2013 The first vessel servicing a newly-launched route between Tunisia and Libya, set up by Tunisian shipping company CTN, docked on Wednesday at the port of Khoms. Amilcar, a 193-metre Ro-Ro (Roll-on/Roll-off) ship, designed to transport vehicles, was safely berthed this afternoon. Its first cargo was relatively small, consisting of 38 containers and a single truck. However, the head  [ Read More ]

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May 2013 This year’s Agro-Libya Food and Fishing Exhibition at Tripoli International Fairground is now fully underway, after half the exhibitors’ stock was delayed by Libyan customs. Libya’s sixth annual food, fishing and agriculture fair features a large number of Turkish companies. Offering a tantalising array of food samples, many of these firms are hoping to increase their exports to Libya while  [ Read More ]