Libya to tackle power crisis with plans for gas imports

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Issue 425 - 22 Oct 2020 - By John Hamilton | 4 minute read

The launch of two projects to import LNG will eventually save Libya money and end a debilitating period of rolling power cuts. While gas sales from the west of the country to Italy are likely to continue, the deterioration of one of Africa’s leading hydrocarbons exporters to this point provides more evidence of the shocking irresponsibility of domestic politicians and their various international supporters, writes John Hamilton

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