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Archive for May 31st, 2013

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Friday 31st May 2013  Employees from Mellitah Oil & Gas, which is one of the largest oil companies in Libya, recently travelled to Malta to take part in a course on aviation rescue and fire fighting through the International Safety Training College (ISTC). The course, which took place over three weeks, was aimed at successfully training fire-fighting teams for aviation  [ Read More ]

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Friday 31st May 2013  Through its European Union-funded program “Stabilising at-risk communities and enhancing migration management to enable smooth transitions in Egypt, Tunisia and Libya” (START), and in coordination with the Libyan government, the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) this week inaugurated a medical clinic at the Twaisha Detention Centre, in Tripoli. In support of the Libyan government’s efforts to more  [ Read More ]

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Friday 31st May 2013  At Wednesday’s Prime Ministerial press conference, Electricity Minister Ali Muhairig said that there needs to be increased public awareness with regards to the responsible use of energy. Muhairig said that with the onset of high temperatures in the middle of summer he expected demand for energy to rise. He also pointed out that whatever oil or  [ Read More ]

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May 2013  Next week’s “Libya Projects 2013” conference and workshop to be held at the Corinthia hotel, Tripoli, Monday 3 to Wednesday 5 June is expected to attract around 300 key individuals representing major Libyan and international organisations. Co-organised by MEED and BM Libya, the large 3-day conference is supported by the GNC and will highlight the key developments, opportunities and projects  [ Read More ]

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May 2013 At Wednesday’s Prime Ministerial press conference, Electricity Minister Ali Muhairig surprised the nation by announcing that some of the electricity generators ordered to make up the generation deficit in summer had arrived in an Antonov plane at Mitiga airport. They were all expected to arrive by ship. At last weeks’ press conference, Minister Muhairig confirmed to a Libya Herald question that most  [ Read More ]