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Date/Time
Date(s) - 18/11/2019 - 21/11/2019
7:30 pm - 12:30 pm

Location
Sheraton Tunis Hotel
Avenue de la Ligue des Etats Arabes


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We have amended the dates for this year’s LBBC business delegation to Tunis to avoid overlapping with ADIPEC and the mission will now take place from 18 – 21 November. The new dates have been approved by the British Embassy to Libya and our Libyan partners, who will be in Tunis and are keen to engage with our delegates.

Mr Mustafa Sanalla, Chairman of the National Oil Corporation (NOC), has confirmed that he and his top management team will take part in the conference and be available for B2B meetings, along the same lines as last year’s productive discussions. The NOC’s status as the sole national institution producing and exporting oil and gas has been reaffirmed by all Libyan factions and its engagement with international oil companies (IOCs) continues. Average Libyan oil production is returning to 1.1 mbd, generating revenues well over $2 billion a month, which is good for Libya, the imports on which it depends – and its suppliers.

Dr Faisel Gergab, Chairman of the Libyan Post, Telecommunication and IT Holding Company (LPTIC) has also confirmed his attendance on the revised dates and we are inviting representatives of the Central Bank (CBL) and other state, parastatal and private bodies in relevant sectors, including energy, financial services and infrastructure. The British Ambassador and members of his Embassy team will also take part. The mission will accordingly provide an opportunity for you to develop your contacts and information on the political, security and economic environment, as well as on current business opportunities in Libya.

The Programme will include a welcome dinner on 18 November, B2B meetings (to be booked by delegates ahead of the mission) on 19 November and a networking Reception that evening. The full day conference and conference dinner will take place on 20 November.

The conference will address Libyan requirements in key sectors, including – but not restricted to – oil and gas, financial services, infrastructure. Cross-cutting issues such as education, training and others proposed by delegates will also be addressed.

Since the venue is Tunis, we could also enable access to Libya-focused businesses based in Tunisia, including banks and other enterprises, if delegates request such contacts in advance of the mission.
To book your place on the event, please complete the following booking form or contact Susie Davies, LBBC at events@lbbc.org.uk