IOCs hold back from Libya as production ramps up


Issue 219 - 04 Nov 2011 - By John Hamilton

Two months after the fall of the Qadhafi regime, security at installations and oil fields is still the main barrier preventing international companies from returning to the country, writes John Hamilton. Libya has a new government and NATO has completed its operations, but international oil companies (IOCs) remain reticent about returning to the country. Many country managers at the North African Oil and Gas Summit

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