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Equinor Representatives Visit Libya’s National Oil Corporation

Equinor representatives visit Libya’s National Oil Corporation

Tripoli, Libya (PortSEurope) May 31, 2021 – A delegation from Norway’s Equinor has visited Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) to review activities in the local oil and gas industry. Chairman of the Board of NOC, Mr. Mustafa Sanalla, received the Equinor delegation headed by Alessandri Cook, Vice President of the company, Paul McCafferty, Head of Exploration and Production and Lindsay Gunaway, Head of Production. A
meeting was also attended by Members of NOC Board Messrs. Abulqasem Shengher and Alamary Muhammad, and from Equinor/Libyan branch Mr. Pierre Marais General Manager of Equinor Libya and Mr. Fadel Herrib, Deputy GM of Equinor Libya. Mr. Sanalla discussed the continued cooperation with major international companies in the field of oil and gas investments in order to develop the oil industry in Libya and to transfer expertise. Also discussed was the rehabilitation of damaged oilfields, building up capabilities and coordinating technical training programs to enhance the efficiency of the oil industry workers and move forward the country’s development. Alessandri Cook said that Equinor wishes to open new horizons of cooperation in investments and performing studies for the development of the oil and gas fields. He affirmed that there are big opportunities for investment, especially that Libya is a promising market. He also indicated that Equinor is looking forward to more cooperation in this regard. The company’s representatives also expressed their willingness to provide technical training for Libyan workers in the said fields. Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2021.

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