Libya

January 6, 2001

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Turkish Petroleum Corp (TPAO) opened an office in Libya, Anadolu Agency (AA) reported. Osman Demirag, the TPAO General Director was quoted by the agen

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The trial of six Bulgarians and a Palestinian who face the death penalty if found guilty of deliberately infecting nearly 400 Libyan children with AID

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Libya on Sunday denounced US President Bill Clinton\'s decision to extend economic sanctions on the country for another six months, saying Tripoli pos

December 31, 2000

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Abstract:A review of the 137 new (10-5-2000) offshore and onshore E&P blocks of Libya utilised 500 well records, numerous well logs, stratigraphic sections, structural sections, and stratigraphic, geo

December 27, 2000

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In a letter, published in Libyan newspapers on Monday, Gaddafi\'s in responding to Chavez\'s call on it\'s Sunday Television \"Alo, Presidente\" program to OPEC members to fight efforts to reduce the

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A leaking underground gas pipeline in the agricultural district of Gargouza, 30 km west of Tripoli, sent the Libyan National Office for the Protection of the Environment (ONPE) and the National Libyan

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Swedish independent Lundin Oil AB spud a new exploratory well on Area NC-177 onshore Libya. The E1-NC177 well is located 21 miles south of the operator's En Naga field. The well will be drilled to a t

December 25, 2000

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Libya’s state-owned National Oil Company (NOC) as extended from December 31 to January 1 a deadline for bids on deadline for three oil exploration packages, which were expected to generate a good deal

December 24, 2000

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Libya has extended an end-December deadline for three oil exploration packages to January 15th, 2001, it was reported on December 21st.

December 21, 2000

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The United States said Thursday it was confident of a just verdict in the trial of two Libyans accused of the Lockerbie bombing as it marked the 12th

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Vast reserves of natural gas reserve have been discovered northwest of Assoumoud, south of the town of Brega, 700 km from Tripoli, the Libyan capital reported the Pan-African News Service.

December 17, 2000

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A Libyan cargo plane departed Tripoli on Thursday with several tons of food and drug supplies for drought victims in Kenya, Panafrican News Agency (PA

December 13, 2000

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A workshop on training for the evaluation of industrial risks is underway in Tripoli, Panafrican News Agency (PANA) reported Wednesday, adding that th

December 10, 2000

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Libya has freed twenty-six Egyptian fishermen detained on suspicion of fishing illegally in Libyan waters, the BBC reported Saturday. The men are the

December 6, 2000

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Indonesia is considering opening an embassy in Libya.