Power & Water

The General Electricity Company (GECOL) says it is reviewing bids for the construction of power infrastructure in the Sirte region, with no details on winning firms yet released.
The General Electricity Company (GECOL) says it has achieved a record level of power production after overhauling infrastructure.
Libya's General Electricity Company (GECOL) says it has signed a deal with French/Swiss company Alstom to upgrade gas units in Benghazi.
An official from the General Electricity Company (GECOL) told The Libya Report that the protest at the Zueitina terminal in eastern Libya is affecting gas supply to power stations, reducing electricity production capacity.
A foundation stone has been laid for a new 640 MW gas-fired power plant in Ubari, southern Libya, which will be built by a Turkish contractor.
Government and local officials have reviewed plans for renewable energy production in southern Libya, including a proposal by a Spanish firm to develop solar energy in the region.
The Ghadames Water and Sanitation Company has completed various maintenance works on drinking water and sewerage networks in the town, according to the state news agency.
Libya's General Electricity Company (GECOL) has signed deals with the two firms to supply parts to steam-fired power stations in Khoms and the Jebel Nafusa.
The new Ministry of Electricity, Ali Muhammed Muhairig, has been sworn in to office by the Libyan parliament.
The Birmingham-based manufacturer is to supply a new double-girder crane to the Western Mountain Power Plant, a gas-fired station near Nalut, according to a company press release.
The interim government has appointed a management board for the Benghazi office of the Man-Made River project
A cabinet decision has appointed a board of directors for the General Authority for Water Resources.
Korea's Daewoo has agreed with Libya's General Electricity Company (GECOL) to relaunch work on a combined cycle power station in Benghazi.
The General Electricity Company (GECOL) says it has begun maintenance work on transmission lines damaged by fighting in Bani Walid, which has caused disruptions to supply in southern Libya.
Residents of southern Libya have complained about severe power cuts, lasting up to 12 hours a day, which have been partly caused by damage to transmission lines in Bani Walid.