Oil and Gas Council urges more contract renegotiations


Issue 158 - 06 Mar 2009 | 2 minute read
Libya’s top energy policy-making body has called for the renegotiation of the remaining outstanding historic production contracts run by foreign operators. The Supreme Oil and Gas Council (SCOG) held its first meeting of the year on 28 February in Sirte. As well as approving the memorandum of understanding signed by Total last month for the renegotiation

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