Report summaryLibya holds the second largest oil reserves in Africa after Nigeria. Despite decades of international isolation and political and social unrest since 2011, Libya is considered to have significant growth potential. Since mid-2014, competing governments in the east and west of the country and the breakdown in law have forced most International Oil Companies (IOCs) to severely curtail operations. Attacks on oil and gas infrastructure and the proliferation of IS affiliated groups in the east ...
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