Lebanon Appoints Petroleum Administration
The Lebanese government on 7 November appointed the six members of its Petroleum Administration, which is tasked with the management of the country’s hydrocarbon affairs, including the launch of the first licensing round. The decision to appoint the six members was rushed through the cabinet meeting, following intensive behind the scenes consultations between political leaders, including Lebanese President Michel...
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