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NOC Chairman’s meeting with the CEO of the French company TOTAL
Mr. Chairman of the Board of Directors, Eng. Mustafa Sanalla, received on Tuesday 21 April 2021 at NOC headquarters in Tripoli the Chief Executive Officer of TOTAL Mr. Patrick Pouyanné and his accompanied delegation in the presence of Members of the Board of Directors, Messrs. Abulgasem Shengeer and Alamari Mohamed.

The meeting discussed strengthening the bilateral relationships and expanding the scope of mutual cooperation between the two sides. The Chairman of the Board of Directors, Eng. Mustafa Sanalla confirmed this by saying: "We thank very much TOTAL for its prompt and effective contribution in combating the Coronavirus crisis at the oil sector and the areas of our operations, and we rely heavily on the huge expertise and capabilities that the French company TOTAL possesses for its being a strong historical partner of the National Oil Corporation which will contribute to achieving several important development projects such as North Jalu and NC 98, which represent the most important potential in the oil sector as production in these two fields will reach about 175 thousand barrels. In addition, TOTAL contributes to maintenance operations for aging surface equipment and the deteriorated crude oil pipelines that need replacement.

The needs of the two companies, Al Waha and Mabrouk, were also discussed for the purpose of increasing production rates according to short, medium and long-term plans, as well as introducing renewable energy technology (solar energy) in the systems of the Waha Oil Company.

Social initiatives programs in the company's operations areas were addressed as well, and Mr. Pouyanné promised to make more contributions, on top of which is the contribution to financing the World Health Organization’s proposal submitted to the National Oil Corporation regarding the provision of medicines and treatment for a segment of children from oncology patients in Libya.

The National Oil Corporation seeks to achieve these vital goals with its partner Total, in order to advance the Libyan oil sector, which is the main and only supporter of the national economy.

About the National Oil Corporation

The National Oil Corporation (NOC) owns refining, and oil and gas processing companies, operating refineriessuch as Zawia and Ras Lanuf refineries, ammonia, urea and methanol plants, the Ras Lanuf petrochemical complex and the gas processing plan. To establish petrochemical industries, anther stage of development of the ethylene plant has been completed , as well as the low and high density linear polyethylene plants.

NOC also owns national service companies which carry out oil well drilling and work over operations, provide all drilling material and equipment, lay and maintain oil and gas pipelines, build and maintain oil and gas storage tanks and carry out related technical and economic studies . They also provide the sector with other services , such as catering, procurement of materials and equipment, training and employment of foreign employees.

About Total

Total is a major energy player, which produces and markets fuels, natural gas and low-carbon electricity. Our 100,000 employees are committed to better energy that is safer, more affordable, cleaner and accessible to as many people as possible. Active in more than 130 countries, our ambition is to become the responsible energy major.


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