November 27, 2000
Libya aims to start signing major oil and gas contracts with international oil companies (OICs) by next June.
The US could, this week, amend the ban on the use of US passports for travel to Libya, the State Department said Tuesday ahead of a deadline to drop or continue the restriction.
Italian conglomerate ENI and Gaz de France signed a supply contract for 2 billion cubic meters of natural gas annually from Libya.
Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) is engaged in negotiations with international oil companies (IOCs) to start signing a number of exploration and production (E&P), midstream and downstream contra
November 26, 2000
Russia and Libya’s inter-governmental commission for trade, economic, scientific and technical cooperation met in the Libyan capital of Tripoli in mid-November, and for the first time ever the sensiti
November 24, 2000
Al-Amin Khalifa Fhimah, one of two Libyans on trial for allegedly preparing the bomb which brought down Pan Am flight 103 over Lockerbie in 1998, may
November 22, 2000
Libya is easing itself back into the international business fold. This comes after a decade of stagnation, brought on by the UN sanctions lifted in April 1999. However, if Al-Qadhafi address to the th
November 21, 2000
An armed opposition movement in Chad on Tuesday accused the government of executing six suspected members of the opposition, captured as they fled rac
Information on a secret Syrian document that has shaken up the Lockerbie trial in recent weeks began to emerge Tuesday, and was apparently written by
“Libya is serious about encouraging investment,” Libyan leader Mu'ammar al-Qadhafi told participants in the 'Development and Investment in the Great Libyan Jamahirya' conference last week. He said the
“Libya is serious about encouraging investment,” Libyan leader Mu'ammar al-Qadhafi told participants in the <I>Development and Investment in the Great Libyan Jamahirya</I> conference on 15 November.
November 20, 2000
Libyans and others arrested for a recent batch of violent attacks upon foreigners will soon stand trial.
Former US presidential aide Pierre Salinger was frustrated by Scottish court procedure on Monday as he gave evidence in the trial of two Libyans accus
Oil consumers and producers hailed an end to confrontation over oil prices on Sunday, but admitted that their entente at a major oil forum in the Saudi capital lacked any concrete applications.
November 19, 2000
Eni and Gaz de France yesterday signed in Paris a supply contract for 2 billion cubic metres a year of natural gas from Libya.