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Libya's Energy Future

20 July 2010 - 9:00am to 1:00pm

Chatham House, London



To mark the publication of African Energy's newly updated report Libya's Energy Future and associated The Libya Oil and Gas Handbook, publisher Cross-border Information Ltd (CbI) and Chatham House's Middle East and North Africa Programme (MENAP) are jointly holding this seminar to discuss the issues raised by the report.

Topics to be covered in the seminar will include: Qadhafi family politics, reform or reaction, key institutions, finance and investment, energy policy, local content and Qadhafi and the world.

Libya's Energy Future contains analyses, annotated maps and comprehensive lists of projects in the upstream, downstream and power sectors. It also provides authoritative profiles and contact details of more than 120 of the leading companies and organizations in the sector. It also contains contextual material on the Qadhafi family and expanded analysis of the current political and economic environment.

The report will be presented by its lead authors, John Hamilton and Jon Marks, and critically assessed by invited Libyan and international experts. All participants will receive a copy of the report, which will include the Energy Future analysis of the Libyan industry and business environment and the Handbook, in one volume.

This is a fee-paying research event. Participation costs £295 + VAT per person. The fee includes a full copy of the report, Libya's Energy Future, for which the regular retail price is £295 + VAT. Numbers are limited so early booking is advised.

Payment can be made by cheque or credit card. No payment will be accepted on the day, registration will only be confirmed upon payment of the fee.

More information on the report can be found on the Africa Energy website