By Libya Herald staff.
Tripoli, 4 February 2015:
Waha Oil Company has said that, for the immediate future, the company must focus its efforts . . .[restrict]on repairing the oil tanks damaged by December’s attack by Libya Dawn forces on the tanks at Sidra oil port.
At its Annual General Meeting (AGM) at the National Oil Corporation (NOC) headquarters in Tripoli on Tuesday, the chairman of the meeting Ghasem Hankir thanked the company’s heads of department and general managers their efforts and determination to increase production despite the challenges to the oil industry over the past year.
For his part, Waha Management Committee chairman Mohamed Hassan Jaber thanked all Waha employees and the firefighters who helped put out the fires at the company’s oil tanks in Sidra in December caused by missile attacks, also recognising the continual support of the NOC, which had stood with the company’s management through the ordeal.
After the group had reviewed the company’s activities for 2014 and looked over the proposed budget for 2015 in light of the challenges facing the company as it moves forward, Hankir concluded the meeting saying that for the immediate future the company would focus its efforts on repairing the tanks at Sidra port. [/restrict]