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    Libya’s new government may look beyond oil, to water, as it builds a longer-term economic future for the nation’s young population. An enormous geological store of water, the Nubian Aquifer, sits below Libya, Egypt, Chad and Sudan. It may hold as much as 500 years of the Nile’s flow, most of which accumulated during the Pleistocene epoch, as [...]

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    Eight Korean engineers arrived in Tripoli on Wednesday, to help Libya to recover the water supply after the facilities and equipment were damaged and looted during the eight-month long of the conflict that ousted former leader Muammar Al Qathafi from power. The Korean experts been sent to Libya on the request of former interim prime [...]

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  • 12/14/11--07:10: Opportunity: Libya
  • Following the ousting of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, oil production has resumed – and rapidly. Libya’s re-entry into the world oil market has recommenced in an astonishing way, exceeding expectation, and causing experts to re-assess Libya’s capabilities. Opinions vary on the final trajectory, but the pace at which Libya is getting back on track is indisputable. [...]

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    Free Libya. This was one of the main rallying cries last year for the Libyan opposition, which with NATO assistance toppled the brutal 40-year reign of Muammar Gaddafi. But four and a half months after Gaddafi’s downfall, Libya, under the leadership of the interim National Transitional Council (NTC), is facing the problem of reconciling the [...]

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    Canada’s Pure Technologies Ltd said it will resume normal activities in Libya following receipt of a C$16 million payment from Man-Made River Authority, sending the infrastructure inspection company’s shares up 11 percent. Pure has an inspection and monitoring contract with the Man-Made River Authority, which supplies most of Libya’s drinking water. The payment constitutes 70 [...]

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    Zulal Water Technology (ZWT) has announced that it had been awarded a contract by Waha Oil Company to provide three turnkey R.O Water plants at Waha’s Gialo, Waha and Essider [Es Sider] oil camps. Waha Oil is one of Libya’s largest oil producers, and the award follows a competitive tender process undertaken to find a [...]

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    The delegation of eight UK-based companies led by British Water – the trade association for UK companies specialising in areas of the water industry – arrived in Libya on Saturday for a three-day trade mission. Lila Thompson, international director for British Water, told the Libya Herald: “I’m very much looking forward to learning about the plans [...]

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    The Waha Oil Company (WOC), Tripoli, announces that it intends to execute projects which include constructing water disposal plants of approximately 407,000 barrel and replace associated pipeline network on a turnkey basis as per below mentioned preliminary scope. Preliminary scope of work: To provide engineering design, procurement, construction, commissioning and start-up (EPCCS) of produced water [...]

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    The General Desalination Company of Libya (GDCOL) has restarted work on its projects for the first time since the revolution, and hopes to take on a consultant before the end of the year to provide project supervision and technical studies for a number of facilities. Chairman Abdulmonem Ali Elhassadi (pictured) told Global Water Intelligence (GWI) that [...]

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    Water Resources Minister Hadi Hinshir [Abubaker Alhanishri] said on Wednesday that the water supply in Tripoli would be restored by either Thursday night or Friday. Pumping of the Man-Made River water from the south of Libya had started last Saturday, with water reaching Tarhuna and Misrata. He added that 30 companies had been tasked with [...]

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    Libya, Egypt, Chad and Sudan have signed a strategic action plan to improve their management of water resources, and in particular of the Nubian Sandstone Aquifer. The aquifer, which lies below the four countries, is the largest fossil aquifer in the world. It covers 772,000 square miles at a depth of 1,600-2,500 feet under the [...]

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    The Mellitah Oil & Gas Company intends to issue the tender below and wishes to invite for pre-qualification interested, experienced and reputable companies specialized in providing similar services for inclusion in the bidders list: Tender Number 740 To Intent to pre-qualify Contractors for Supply of Portable Water for offshore Fields. QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS Interested companies for […]

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    A 600 m3/day reverse osmosis (RO) water plant, provided by Zulal Water Technology (Zulal), was recently commissioned at Waha Oil Company’s (WOC) Gialo field located in Tripoli. The Gialo plant is part of a wider EPC project awarded to Zulal in 2013 to replace WOC’s existing GE-Ionics plants at Gialo, Waha Waha and Es-Sider fields. […]

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    Libyan cities get support from European cities through CoR initiative As part of the effort by the European Committee of the Regions (CoR) to help cities in Libya, a group of Libyan engineers attended a workshop in Murcia, Spain on 31 May, focused on one of the major challenges faced by Libyan municipalities: water management. […]

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    UNICEF and Ministry of Local Government sign a seven year framework of cooperation The Minister of Local Government, H.E. Mr. Badad Abduljalil has signed with UNICEF Libya Special Representative Dr. Ghassan Khalil, a seven-year Framework of Cooperation to support UNICEF’s work with municipalities in health, education, child protection, water and sanitation and youth programming. During […]

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    The UN Migration Agency (IOM), with funding from the European Union, has completed the rehabilitation of 18 water wells in 12 out of 14 neighbourhoods of the Libyan city of Sabha. The project, part of the IOM Community Stabilisation programme “Together We Rebuild”, included the provision of new electrical pumps for wells to allow the […]

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    By John Lee. The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has advertised a new tender: Drilling of borehole, including supply and installation of submersible pump in Zintan Municipality (Source: NOC)

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    During the first quarter of 2017, UNCIEF in partnership with the National Centre for Disease Control and the Ministry of Education conducted an in-depth assessment of the quality of water and sanitation facilities in 140 schools in west, east and south of Libya. The study revealed insufficient and poor quality of drinking water and sanitation […]

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    Libya’s new government may look beyond oil, to water, as it builds a longer-term economic future for the nation’s young population. An enormous geological store of water, the Nubian Aquifer, sits below Libya, Egypt, Chad and Sudan. It may hold as much as 500 years of the Nile’s flow, most of which accumulated during the Pleistocene epoch, as […]

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    Eight Korean engineers arrived in Tripoli on Wednesday, to help Libya to recover the water supply after the facilities and equipment were damaged and looted during the eight-month long of the conflict that ousted former leader Muammar Al Qathafi from power. The Korean experts been sent to Libya on the request of former interim prime […]

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