Vulnerability Assessment
    Security Audits 
      Maritime Cyber Security

        Channel - 16 Maritime Security News

        Intelligent Broadcast of Global Risk Intelligence and Security

        Follow us

        Posts about

        Libya ports

        Libya To Open All Ports When Oil Revenue Dispute Is Resolved

        Libya expects to open all its oil loading terminals after it sets up a mechanism for a fair distribution of the country’s oil revenues among the regions, Parliament Speaker Aqila Saleh told U.S...

        Al-Zawiya oil facility damaged during clashes

        Clashes between government-allied militias caused damage to at least 29 oil sites, including storage tanks, at the Zawiya refinery complex

        Political rift sparks Libyan force majeure

        Libya’s National Oil Corp. (NOC) has declared force majeure on exports of Mellitah crude, following problems at the El Feel field.

        Libya: A Return to Uncertainty

        It appears that all bets are off in Libya. Elections that were scheduled for last December were postponed as competing institutions and individuals interpret past agreements according to their..

        Armed Groups Clash in Libyan Capital

        Clashes reportedly broke out in Libya's Capital between rival armed groups near the port of Tripoli.   

        Live Firing Restricted Zone - Libya

        A Libyan Coast Guard prohibited zone is currently in place offshore of Derna for live firing exercises. 

        Samah & Al Dhahra fields to ESidra port: closure notice

        The NOC has announced that beginning midnight of Sunday, January 2, 2022, and at 00:01, to conduct the necessary maintenance operations for the main crude oil pumping line linking between Samah & Al..

        Libya’s presidential election was meant to unite the country

        For weekend relief in war-torn Libya, there is little better entertainment than cheering the Arabian steeds at the racetrack in Tripoli, the capital. The competitors can be a stubborn bunch. It often..

        NOC declares force majeure on Zawiyah and Mellitah terminals

        Libya's National Oil Corp (NOC) has declared force majeure on crude exports from the Zawia and Mellitah terminals.

        Libyan political body calls for presidential vote to be delayed

        The High State Council says the presidential and parliamentary elections should both take place on the same day.