Hundreds of conference attendees advocating for the return of a constitutional monarchy in Libya were buoyed by the presumptive heir to the throne's announcement that he is ready to serve the country and its people.
The Government of National Accord, the U.N.-backed organization, is finding it challenging to carry out its authority throughout Libya and especially in the far east, which is overrun with a rival parliament.
Geophysics Department Director Abdulhameed Shahloul, whose department is in a position of leadership over the Arabian Gulf Oil Co., stated that the department is one that would be assigned with innovating seismic programs by the General Directorate of Exploration.
Central Bank of Libya Gov. Siddique Omar Al Kabir recently met with Johannes Han, commissioner of the European Neighborhood Policy; Bettina Mochiat, head of the E.U. Delegation to Libya; and various political individuals.
Mustafa Sanalla, the head of Libya's National Oil Corp., and Russian energy minister Alexander Novak recently held talks about possibly increasing partnerships with Russian companies for oil and gas exploration.
The drilling manager of Arabian Gulf Oil Co., Boubaker bin Amer, explained drilling operations in Libya's field are now back to operational state after they were paused for a period of 2.5 years due to the poor security from March 2015 on.
CMA CGM, one of the leaders in maritime transport, is going to improve the services it offers from Lebanon by expanding service to Tripoli, the second-largest commercial port with the first largest being Beirut.
Mytilineos company, a Greek Group, has partnered up with the General Electricity Company of Libya. Th two companies signed an agreement on Wednesday for the engineering and construction of a electricity unit in Tobruk.
None of the fundamental pillars for a healthy nation -- a functioning economy, political system and security -- is in place in Libya, which leads one expert to conclude little has changed from her pessimistic analysis of a year ago.
The House of Representatives and the State Council have begun discussions to bring about amendments to the Libyan Political Agreement which would make it conducive to both bodies for approval by the House of Representatives.