Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) and Spanish firm Repsol held a virtual meeting on 1 June to discuss four ongoing “initiatives” aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

The plans are mostly aimed at reducing gas flaring at the 300,000 b/d El Sharara fields, but the two firms also want to introduce solar energy into the mix. El Sharara production is spread across Blocks NC-186 and NC-115 in the Murzuq Basin and operated by the Repsol-led Akakus consortium which also includes OMV, Total, Equinor and NOC. (CONTINUED - 381 WORDS)