http://www.worldoil.com WorldOil TotalEnergies, Eni to invest billions in Libyan energy projects https://www.worldoil.com/news/2021/11/22/totalenergies-eni-to-invest-billions-in-libyan-energy-projects France’s TotalEnergies SE and Italy’s SpA said they were ready to invest billions of dollars in Libya as the OPEC nation emerges from a decade of conflict and civil war. New government to restore Libya’s oil and gas prominence https://www.worldoil.com/news/2021/3/15/new-government-to-restore-libya-s-oil-and-gas-prominence Libya’s back in the oil game after years of false starts and setbacks. Energy facilities shut or damaged during its civil war were reopened last year and the OPEC member has managed to keep its production above 1 million barrels a day since November. UN says Libya reaches permanent cease-fire deal https://www.worldoil.com/news/2020/10/23/un-says-libya-reaches-permanent-cease-fire-deal “The 5+5 Joint Military Commission talks in Geneva today culminated in a historic achievement where Libyan parties reached a permanent ceasefire agreement,” according to a statement by the UN Support Mission in Libya. “This achievement marks an important turning point towards achieving peace and stability in Libya.” Libya calls for cease-fire following a failed rebel assault on Tripoli https://www.worldoil.com/news/2020/8/21/libya-calls-for-cease-fire-following-a-failed-rebel-assault-on-tripoli Haftar, aided by Russian mercenaries, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt, had led a failed offensive to capture the capital, Tripoli, from the internationally recognized government. A Turkish military intervention helped rout his self-styled Libyan National Army earlier this year, and Haftar’s forces fell back to Sirte, the gateway to key oil assets. Libyan oil exports drop again as port blockade drags on https://www.worldoil.com/news/2020/7/3/libyan-oil-exports-drop-again-as-port-blockade-drags-on Libya will export two oil cargoes totaling 1.2 million barrels in July -- a third less than in June -- as forces opposed to the Tripoli-based government continue to block shipments from most of the OPEC member’s ports. Libyan oil output could resume on U.S.-backed negotiations https://www.worldoil.com/news/2020/6/30/libyan-oil-output-could-resume-on-us-backed-negotiations Tribes in eastern Libya backed the resumption of oil production from their region, shortly after the state energy company said negotiations between the U.S. and regional governments could lead to a restart of exports from the war-battered OPEC member. UN continues efforts to solve Libya’s export-halting political crisis https://www.worldoil.com/news/2020/2/11/un-continues-efforts-to-solve-libya-s-export-halting-political-crisis Libyan economic experts will study the distribution of crucial oil revenue as efforts continue to solve the war-ravaged OPEC member’s political crisis, the United Nations said. Tankers leave Libya without cargoes as export blockade drags on https://www.worldoil.com/news/2020/1/29/tankers-leave-libya-without-cargoes-as-export-blockade-drags-on Tankers have begun to leave Libyan ports without cargoes after waiting for days for the end of a blockade of the country’s export terminals by forces loyal to Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar. U.S. calls for immediate resumption of Libyan oil production https://www.worldoil.com/news/2020/1/21/us-calls-for-immediate-resumption-of-libyan-oil-production The U.S. embassy in Libya called Tuesday for an immediate resumption of oil production, increasing pressure on eastern strongman Khalifa Haftar, who has disrupted output in a show of defiance to world leaders pushing to end the North African country’s civil conflict. Total gets Libya’s approval to acquire Marathon Oil’s assets https://www.worldoil.com/news/2019/12/11/total-gets-libya-s-approval-to-acquire-marathon-oil-s-assets Libya’s state energy company approved French oil giant Total SA’s acquisition of Marathon Oil Corp.’s assets in the North African country in a deal that could boost the OPEC nation’s production capacity.