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Sirte Oil restarts pumping after Brega terminal deal

By staff. Tripoli, 23 July 2014: Pumping from Sirte Oil Compay's Zelten and Marada fields has restarted following a deal . . . This article is only available to registered members. Please login Libya Herald, 1 week ago
NOC Reaches Deal to Reopen Brega Oil Port Gulf Oil And Gas, 1 week ago

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Libya's Brega oil port still closed by oil guards -NOC

NOC subsidiary Sirte Oil Co, which runs the port, will have to stop production at the connecting oilfields if the protest lasts for 10 more days, spokesman Mohamed El Harari added. Oil output was about 43,000 barrels per day when the protest ...
 Reuters Africa2 weeks ago Libyan oil port shut down by protesting guards  Albawaba2 weeks ago Libyan protesters shut down Brega oil port - state firm NOC  Angola Press2 weeks ago UPDATE 2-Libyan protesters shut down Brega oil port - state firm NOC  Reuters2 weeks ago

Gen Haftar: Bomb targets home near Benghazi

Meanwhile, a Swiss national working for the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has been killed in Sirte. Local media said the man was shot dead as he visited a Libyan Red Crescent building in the coastal town. The ICRC has since ...
 Frontier Post1 month ago Gunmen kill Red Cross official in Libya's Sirte  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago Red Cross official killed in Libya's Sirte  Voice of Russia1 month ago Swiss Red Cross worker murdered in Sirte  Libya Herald1 month ago

Red Cross: Swiss staffer killed by group of armed men in Libya who attacked his car

Armed men killed a 42-year-old Red Cross staffer in the coastal Libyan city of Sirte, firing at his car after he left a meeting, the
 FOXNews.com1 month ago Red Cross: Staffer killed by armed men in Libya  Miami Herald1 month ago Red Cross staffer killed in Libya  Sky News Australia1 month ago Red Cross Staffer killed by armed men in Libya  Big News Network1 month ago

AFP - Libya-politics-unrest-ICRC-Sirte lead

Libya-politics-unrest-ICRC-Sirte lead Contributed by NAMPA / AFP. Gunmen kill Swiss Red Cross member in Libya: medic TRIPOLI, June 04, 2014 (AFP) - Gunmen killed a Swiss national working in Libya for the International Committee for the Red ...
 Namibia Press Agency1 month ago AFP - Libya-politics-unrest-timeline CHRONO  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago

SIRTEX MEDICAL : Announces 33 Percent Dose Sales Growth of SIR-Spheres® microspheres in Fourth Quarter

By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Marketing Weekly News -- Sirtex Medical Inc. , a subsidiary of Sirtex Medical Limited (ASX:SRX), a leading manufacturer of targeted, innovative liver cancer therapies, announced dose sales of SIR-Spheres® ...
 4 Traders2 weeks ago Sirtex Medical Inc. Announces 33 Percent Dose Sales Growth of SIR-Spheres® microspheres in Fourth Quarter  SearchBug3 weeks ago CANCER TREATMENT : Patent Application Titled "Methods of Cancer Treatment and Prevention through the Modulation of SIRT4 Activity" Published Online  4 Traders2 weeks ago

Red Cross official shot dead in Libyan city of Sirte-official

TRIPOLI, June 4 (Reuters) - Gunmen shot dead an official at the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in the central Libyan city of Sirte on Wednesday, ICRC and local officials said. Libyan television stations said the victim was a ...
 AlertNet1 month ago Red Cross official shot dead on Libya's Sirte  PanARMENIAN Network1 month ago *Red Cross Puts Libya Operations on Hold after Official Shot Dead  Saudi Press Agency1 month ago

Koreans quitting Sirte power project

By . Tripoli 31 July 2014: Some 1,300 Korean engineers are to leave Libya and their work on the Gulf power station at Sirte because of security concerns. The decision was made today at a meeting that included Sirte local councillors and the two ...
 Libya Herald7 hours ago Fuel miseries continue in Tripoli, but Sirte celebrates the opening a new fuel station  Libya Herald1 week ago First shipment of fuel arrives at Sirte's Gulf Power Station  Libya Herald3 weeks ago GECOL denies arrival of Indian technicians at Sirte power station  Libya Herald1 month ago
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Turkish company Gama returns to work on Sirte's Gulf power station

By Sami Zaptia. Tripoli, 31 July 2014: In a surprising piece of good news, in view of the fact that most companies and foreign nationals are seeking to leave Libya during the rise of insecurity in Tripoli and Benghazi, Turkish company Gama has ...
 Libya Herald15 hours ago Turkish company evacuates power station workers in Libya amidst threats  Middle East Monitor1 month ago

* Libya's State-Run Co Sirte Oil Says Restarted Oil Output, Currently 21,000 B/D

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 Zawya.com1 week ago * Exports From Eni's Mellitah Oil Port in Libya to Restart - Official  Zawya.com1 week ago Libya's oil output rises to 470,000 bpd but Brega protest continues  Yahoo! Maktoob News2 weeks ago
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