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Libya: for the United States, economic recovery is linked to the energy supply chain

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“Libya’s economic future depends on the energy sector.” This was underlined by the United States special envoy for Libya, Richard Norland, when he met the president of the National Oil Corporation (Noc), Farhat Bengdara, in Tripoli, with whom he discussed the Libyan giant’s plans to increase oil production.

“The leadership of the NOC is vital and its technocratic integrity must be protected,” Noland added, as reported by the US embassy, ​​thus expressing willingness to “work with the NOC to achieve our common climate goals.”

The NOC aims to increase oil production to 2 million barrels per day. To date, Libya produces around 1.2 million barrels. [Da Redazione InfoAfrica]

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