November 20, 2000
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.
Libya unveiled a long-term energy plan late on November 14th that includes $10 billion in foreign investments in oil and natural gas exploration over the next decade, according to the acting head of t
November 16, 2000
Libyan leader Moammer Kadhafi issued a rare call for foreign capital, telling a group of investors in Tripoli that his long-closed country was open to
A Libyan secret agent on Thursday told a court trying two of his colleagues accused of the Lockerbie bombing how he was beaten unconscious by Senegale
Italian energy group ENI said on Thursday it had signed a contract to supply two billion cubic meters of gas from Libya a year to Gaz de France from 2
Russia will resume civilian nuclear cooperation with Libya by completing the construction of an atomic research centre and power station, a Russian official was cited as saying Wednesday by Interfax.
November 15, 2000
Libya, not a member of the Euromed partnership between the EU and its Mediterranean neighbors, will attend a two-day Euromed meeting in Marseille begi
Russia will resume civilian nuclear cooperation with Libya by completing the construction of an atomic research centre and power station.
The Scottish court trying two Libyans accused of the Lockerbie bombing on Wednesday grappled with the question of how to punish a witness already serv
November 14, 2000
Defense lawyers for two Libyan suspects in the Lockerbie bombing questioned a convicted Palestinian bomber about his family's links to terrorist activ
More than 100 Cameroon nationals fleeing an outbreak of violence against black African workers in Libya arrived at Chad's Ndjamena airport from Tripol
November 13, 2000
Six men kidnapped two Libyan diplomats in Pretoria at the weekend and demanded a 50,000-rand (6,500-dollar / 7,600-Euro) ransom, but police arrested a
With US Executive Orders on Iran and Libya still firmly in place, oil industry executives and observers are pondering the possible responses of the US Government to the acquisition by Amerada Hess of
November 12, 2000
Libya has announced a December 31st deadline for the submission of bids for three packages of exploration blocks, according to reports on November 9th. Foreign companies interested in bidding on the 1