August 2011
Middle East Reporter (Weekly Edition);8/6/2011, Vol. 141 Issue 1263, p4
The article reports on the move of international oil companies to prepare to compete for oil drilling contracts in Lebanon following the confirmation of the country's Sea Law and the issuance of decrees for the Lebanese Oil and Gas Law. It states that the visit of a Russian delegation to Beirut signifies the international movement towards oil and gas investment in Lebanon. In addition, it is noted that Norwegian companies also plan to present proposals to speed up the completion of the laws.


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