Following up the maintenance works, the restarting and production resumption at Al Jurf Offshore Field, Eng. Mustafa Sanalla, NOC Chairman of the Board, paid a visit to Al Jurf Offshore Field on Saturday 14 October 2017 accompanied by a delegation from NOC.
Eng. / Mustafa Sanalla, NOC Chairman of the Board of Directors, met with Mr. / Tomas Garcia Blanco - Reposl’s Executive Director of Exploration and Production for Europe, Africa and Brazil in the British capital London on Thursday 12 October 2017. The meeting was attended by Mr. / Abulgasem Shingheer NOC Member of the Board of Directors, Mr. Khaled Bukhatwa General Manager of Health, Safety, Environment and sustainable Development and Mr. / Paolo Luis Navaz General Manager of Repsol Libya.
A meeting was held between NOC Industrial Security Department and Petroleum Facility Guards' (PFGs) protection company for NOC premises in the presence of Mr. Nuri Oheiba Manager of the Industrial Security Department and a number of PFGs members on Sunday 8 October 2017 at NOC HQs to discuss the tasks assigned to the PFGs.
aving been blockaded for two days, production was resumed in Al Sharara Oil Field and Force Majeure status was lifted on crude exports from Ez-Zawia Terminal. Production losses were estimated at more than $ 27 million.
It is worth mentioning that Battalion No. 30 led by Majer Alhashmi Ramadan Abdelfatah Et-targi, which claims affiliation to the Ministry of Defense at the National Accord Government, shut in the Field on Sunday 1st October 2017 at 7:00 p.m. local time.
Eng. Mustafa Sanalla, NOC Chairman of the Board of Directors, extended his thanks and appreciation to Mr. Abubaker Alfaqi Head of the Social Council of Tuareg Tribes, Brigadier Ahmed Alal the Commander of the Force assigned to protect Al Sharara Field, Colonel Omar Elqadi the Commander of Battalion No. 191 at the Field, Mr. Ala Elkoni a Notable of Tuareg Tribes and Mr. Yousef Alhemali as well as other patriotic honorable people in different bodies for their assistance in restarting the Field.
Within NOC Board of Directors' interest in following up the sector's companies and providing them with material and moral support and under the instructions of Mr. Jadalla Alaokali Member of the Board of Directors, Mr. Abdalaziz Gaderbouh, NOC Board of the Directors' Advisor, accompanied by Mr. Kheirallah Salah Member of the Management Committee of Brega Petroleum Marketing Company, Mr. General Manager of the Eastern and Central Regions and the Maritime Supplies Coordinator made a field visit to Brega Berth at Benghazi seaport Port on Thursday 28/09/2017 to examine the maintenance and repair works in this vital facility.
Thanks to Allah then to the determination of the loyal people of this country and our technical teams who managed in record time and with the minimum costs to complete the preparation of the Berth's Dolphin structure, the Control Room and V. G. O exporting line of Benghazi Asphalt plant. By the end of next week, a line will be ready to receive gasoline as well as cooking gas. This is a very good news that conveys a message that the sector's employees will never let their country down as they worked hard and persistently for the sake of their homeland.
Key Libyan institutions and representatives have agreed a set of principles aimed at reinforcing existing legal protections for NOC.