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Published by Croom Helm .
Written in English

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FormatUnknown Binding
Number of Pages338
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Open LibraryOL11239684M
ISBN 100709903529
ISBN 109780709903529

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Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books Get print book. No eBook available The Libyan Oil Industry. Frank C. Waddams. Croom Helm, Jan 1, - Petroleum industry and trade - . Additional Physical Format: Online version: Waddams, Frank C. Libyan oil industry. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, (OCoLC) The Libyan oil industry. [Frank C Waddams] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book: All Authors / Contributors: Frank C Waddams. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Acknowledgement is made of the authors' debt to those detailed analyses of the Libyan oil industry published by Ghanem ()1 and Waddhams () which have been freely drawn on in this chapter. Latest production and export statistics are, however, included together with a report on the progress of the renewed explora­ tion : Paul Barker, Keith McLachlan.

Although the book is less descriptive about the US-Libyan confrontation between and - and one can get more detail and explanation in other books about that bellicose relationship - it is, nevertheless an invaluable study of a country rich in oil and of economic interest to the s: Oil and Gas in a New Libyan Era Introduction This paper analyses the political economy of oil and gas in Libya, examining how the country’s politics affect the oil and gas industry, what has and has not changed since , and the implications and outlook for the future. The National Oil Corporation is the largest oil corporation in Libya. Contractors working (only) for the National Oil Corporation are permitted to bring equipment into Libya free of import duties. The oil industry in Libya is run by the state-owned National Oil Corporation (NOC), with several smaller subsidiaries and some foreign firms. The Libyan oil industry has been crippled by the insecurity and political schisms in Libya since the revolution. Issues of legitimacy and potency have rendered the operations of the National Oil Corporation to be largely inefficient, especially in the east of Libya where the NOC and its overseer the Government of National Accord's authority is contested.

LOGI is a platform that covers the Libyan Oil & Gas industry’s news & activities/5(20). However, oil production levels remain below the average pre-Revolution highs of million barrels per day. The Central Bank of Libya continued to pay government salaries to a majority of the Libyan workforce and to fund subsidies for fuel and food, resulting . Oil companies were highly interested in developing sources of petroleum in Libya because it was located on the Mediterranean Sea. Their sources from Iran were limited by a politcal crisis there in the years to The Suez Crisis of resulted in the closing of the Suez Canal.   Libya, a mostly desert and oil-rich country with an ancient history, has more recently been known for the year rule of the mercurial Colonel Muammar Gaddafi - and the chaos that has followed.