July 2021, Vol. 248, No. 7

Features

Libya’s Civil War Stifling Growth of Pipeline Industry

By Shem Oirere, Africa Correspondent The prolonged civil war in Libya continues to lock out potential investments in greenfield oil and gas pipeline projects with the National Oil Company (NOC). International oil companies are now left with the option of investing in repairs and maintenance of existing oil and gas transportation infrastructure. The Gialo-Waha pipeline and other oil routes. Even the oil and gas pipeline repair and maintenance segment is facing hurdles as evidenced by recent concerns by NOC at the likely long-term impact of delayed disbursement of its share of the approved funding allocation from the Central Bank of Liby

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