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Ahmed Ben Mussa

Contributor since: 26 Oct 2016

Ahmed Ben Mussa

Ahmed Ben Mussa has an MBA from IE Business School in Madrid. He has a 10 year career in operations and business development of the oil service industry, working for Halliburton in the US and the Middle East.

You can follow Ahmed on twitter: @ben_mussa Or on LinkedIn: https://es.linkedin.com/in/ahmed-ben-mussa-20938845

Latest articles from Ahmed

  • Why Oil Markets Don’t Have To Worry About Libya

    Published 20 December 2016 | viewed 24,971 times

    In the wake of recent developments, Libya’s National Oil Corporation now has full control over all its oilfields and export terminals. After the recapture of…

  • Libya Doubles Oil Production Since OPEC's Algeria Meeting

    Published 31 October 2016 | viewed 13,873 times

    On a live interview at a local TV station today, Ibrahim Al-Awami, Libya's National Oil Corporation spokesman has reported that the country's oil production has…

  • Will Libya Turn Its Back On The OPEC Deal?

    Published 26 October 2016 | viewed 13,582 times

    The exploration of oil in Libya began in 1955, four years after the country was declared independent. 40 companies were given an area of 600,000…

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