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NOC meets with the Libyan Council for Oil and Gas

Tuesday 25 April 2015 at the Conference Hall – NOC Headquarters in Tripoli.

Within  NOC and its affiliated companies’  support for the Libyan Council for Oil and Gas and believing in its  responsibility for upgrading  and preserving the national economy,  in addition to the importance of creating jobs for the national specialists; NOC,

LCOG to meet NOC and subsidiaries to discuss increased role for Libyan private sector

The Libyan Council for Oil and Gas (LCOG), the pressure group representing the Libyan private sector oil and gas industry, will be holding a meeting with the National Oil Corporation (NOC) and its subsidiaries next Tuesday 25 April.

The meeting will be held at 10 am at the ground floor conference room of the NOC headquarters, in Tripoli.

Minister of Oil meets with Libyan private sector – offers to give them more work.

The Libyan Oil Minister Abdulbari Al-Arusi and NOC head Nuri Berreuien met on 27th January with .

NOC to fully support Libyan private sector participation in projects

The chairman of the National Oil Corporation, Mustafa Sanalla, met yesterday with the Libyan Council for Oil and Gas (LCOG), the lobbying group representing 22 Libyan private sector oil and gas companies.

Workshop to be held in Tripoli on private-public sector cooperation in oil sector

The Libyan Council for Oil and Gas (LCOG), the body representing Libyan private sector companies in the oil sector, is organising a workshop under the banner of: “Prospects of cooperation between private and public companies in the field of services and oil industries”.

Libyan Chambers of Commerce and Business Councils discuss imports without LCs and current economic crisis – call on CBL for action, warn of general strike

An expanded meeting of most of the Libyan Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture (15), the Libyan Business Council (LBC) and the Libyan Council for Oil and Gas (LCOG) was held at the headquarters of the Tripoli Chamber of Commerce on Monday (30 November) regarding Decree 707/2020 of the Faiez Serraj-led Libyan government based in Tripoli.

Libyan Council for Oil and Gas changes its name and organizes debate on role of renewable energies in sustainable development

• The former Libyan Council for Oil and Gas (LCOG), which has changed its name to the Libyan Council for Oil, Gas and Renewable Energies (LCOGRE), organized in Tripoli today a debate on the role of renewable energies in sustainable development.

LCOG to meet NOC and subsidiaries to discuss increased role for Libyan private sector

The Libyan Council for Oil and Gas (LCOG), the pressure group representing the Libyan private sector oil and gas industry, will be holding a meeting with the National Oil Corporation (NOC) and its subsidiaries next Tuesday 25 April.

LCOG expects Libyan oil production to reach 1.2 million by year-end

The chairman of the Libyan Council for Oil and Gas (LCOG), Khaled Ben Othman expects that Libya’s oil production will surpass the one-million-barrel mark by the end of the year. The NOC confirmed yesterday that production is currently at 830,000 bpd. The LCOG represents the Libyan private sector in the hydrocarbon sector.

The Libyan Council for Oil and Gas (LCOG), the pressure group representing the Libyan private sector oil and gas industry, will be holding a meeting with the National Oil Corporation (NOC) and its subsidiaries next Tuesday 25 April.

LCOG workshop on increasing private sector participation in Libya’s oil sector

The Libyan Council for Oil and Gas (LCOG), a private sector lobby group that represents Libyan companies dealing with the hydrocarbon sector and part of the Libyan Businessmen Council will be holding a workshop at Tripoli’s Mahary Radisson hotel on 12 September from 9-3 pm.

The Libyan Council for Oil and Gas (LCOG), the pressure group representing the Libyan private sector oil and gas industry, will be holding a meeting with the National Oil Corporation (NOC) and its subsidiaries next Tuesday 25 April.