Libya energy profile

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African Provern natural gas reserve holders 2011

Nigeria : 186.9 trillion cubic feet

Algeria: 150 trillion cubic feet

Egypt : 77.2 trillion cubic feet

Libya: 54.7 trillion cubic feet -------------------) Production : 1.034 bcf

Rest of Africa : 30.9 trillion cubic feet

 

African Provern natural oil reserve holders 2011

Libya: 46.7%

Nigeria: 37.2%

Algeria: 12,2%

Angola : 9,5%

Soudan : 5%

Egypt : 4,4%

Le sous sol libyen reste sous exploité et le pays disposerait d'importantes réserves onshore et offshore

 

Libya Energy Profile

Proven Oil Reserves (January 1, 2011)  : 46.4 billion barrels

Oil Production (2010E)  : 1.8 million barrels per day, of which 1.65 million bbl was crude oil.

Oil Consumption (2010E) : 270 thousand barrels per day

Net Oil Exports (2010E) : 1,530 thousand barrels per day

Crude Oil Distillation Capacity(2010E) :  378 thousand barrels per day

Proven Natural Gas Reserves (January 1, 2011) : 54.7 trillion cubic feet

Dry Natural Gas Production (2009) : 562 billion cubic feet

Dry Natural Gas Consumption (2009) : 212 billion cubic feet

Electricity Installed Capacity(2008) : 6.28 gigawatts (all oil and natural gas)

Electricity Generation (2008) : 26.9 billion kilowatt hours

Electricity Consumption (2008) :  22.3 billion kilowatt hours

Total Energy Consumption (2009) : 0.78 quadrillion Btus*, of which Oil (72%), Natural Gas (28%)

Total Per Capita Energy Consumption (2007) : 126 million Btus

Energy Intensity (2008) : 9,340 Btu per $2005-PPP**

 

Libya’s oil exports by destination 2010

Italy : 28%

France : 15%

China : 11%

Spain : 10%                                                        

Germany : 10%

Greece : 5%

United Kingdom : 4%

United States : 3%

Others : 14%

Exportations vers pays européens : 1.5 mbj - Production : 1.65 mb/j  soit 85%

 

Oil and Gas Industry

Major Oil Terminals Es Sider, Marsa el-Brega, Tobruk, Ras Lanuf, Zawiya, Zuetina

Major Oil and Gas Fields Al Jurf , Amal, Beda, Bouri, Bu Attifel, Defa-Waha, El Sharara, Elephant, Ghani, Gialo,

Hofra, Intisar, Kabir, Mabruk, Murzuq, Nafoora, Nasser, NC-41, NC-186 fields, Omar, Sarah, Sarir, Wafa, Zella, Zenad, Zueitina

Major Refineries (capacity, bbl/d) Ras Lanuf (220,000 bbl/d), Az-Zawiya (120,000 bbl/d), Tobruk (20,000 bbl/d), Marsah El Brega (18,000 bbl/d), Sarir (10,000 bbl/d)

 

Source : Oil and Gas Journal

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