January 2002
Gas Deregulation Report Global;2002, Vol. 1, p267
Market Research Report
Book Chapter
Focuses on the energy industry in Libya, as of January 2002. Reasons behind the growth of its oil revenues; Plans of the government to diversify its economy; Development of domestic consumption of natural gas reserves.


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