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26 November 2013

ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION SERIES - Environmental Governance Ought to be Strengthened to Mitigate Risks Associated with Oil and Gas Activities
The participants of the Lebanese Center for Policy Studies (LCPS), the Lebanese Petroleum Administration (LPA) and the Ministry of Environment (MoE) discussion group recommend ten actions to develop the Oil and Gas (O&G) sector from an environmental perspective.More information


4 September 2013

The Minister of Energy and Water announced on 4 September 2013 that the date to submit the bids pertaining to Lebanon’s First Offshore Licensing Round has been extended from 4 November 2013 to 10 December 2013.
This extension in the period is due to the delay in the issuance of the Decrees related to the Delineation of the Offshore Blocks and the model Exploration and Production Agreement by the Lebanese Cabinet.

Out of the ten blocks of the Lebanese offshore, the following five blocks - Blocks 1, 4, 5, 6 and 9 - are open for bidding within the First Licensing Round, with the possibility of opening additional blocks for bidding after the Cabinet session that will be convened to ratify the two decrees mentioned above.


25 August 2013

LCPS and LPA Launch a Policy Dialogue with Experts to Consult over the Oil and Gas Sector
Roundtable Discussion Series
The LCPS and the LPA discussion group recommend six actions to develop the petroleum sector. More information


27-29 May 2013

AAPG GEOSCIENCES WORKSHOP - LEBANON

The PA is pleased to be supporting the AAPG Geosciences Technology Workshops to be held at the Movevenpick Hotel in Beirut between the 27-29 May 2013. The workshop will focus on the Levant Basin and East Mediterranean.

19 April 2013

CONFERENCES RELATING TO PETROLEUM SECTOR - BEIRUT, LEBANON

The high level of interest in the Petroleum Sector within Lebanon is generating a considerable number of conferences and technical workshops on the opportunities that are arising. The Ministry of Energy and Water (MEW) and the Petroleum Administration (PA) provide patronage for a number of these events, but is aware of others taking place in which it is not involved. It should be noted therefore that the material presented at conferences by third parties (particularly those events not endorsed by either MEW or the PA) may not accurately reflect the position of the MEW or PA. The PA does have an active engagement program to keep all parties informed as to progress and developments within the petroleum sector.

18 April 2013

PRE-QUALIFICATION RESULTS - BEIRUT, LEBANON

H.E. Minister of Energy and Water Mr Gebran Bassil announced today the results of the Pre-Qualification process. Those companies that are successful will be invited to participate in the competitive bid process for the licensing of petroleum activities, relating to the awarding of Exploration and Production licenses.

28 March 2013

PRE-QUALIFICATION CLOSES - BEIRUT, LEBANON

H.E. Minister of Energy and Water Mr Gebran Bassil announced today that 52 Companies have applied to Pre-Qualify for the 1st License Round as Operator or Non-Operator. Those companies that are successful will be invited to participate in the competitive bid process for the licensing of petroleum activities, relating to the awarding of Exploration and Production licenses.

15 February 2013

PRE-QUALIFICATION OPENS - BEIRUT, LEBANON

The Minister of Energy and Water hereby announces the opening of the pre-qualification phase of companies for participating in the licensing of petroleum activities, relating to the awarding of Exploration and Production licenses. More information.

5 - 8 February 2013

NAPE 2013 - HOUSTON TX

The Lebanese Petroleum Administration participated in the 2013 NAPE conference in Houston within the International Pavilion Exhibition which provides a showcase of today's global exploration and investment opportunities. Further information about the Lebanon at NAPE.

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