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10 outdated oxygen analyzers for 10 furnaces were replaced by NI CompactRIO by a crew from RASCO Oil and Gas company. Ethylene plant - Ras Lanuf, Libya - 2014 After a condensed training from National Instruments and support of Libya systems for engineering solutions. Team No Name Job Description 1 Faraj Basheer Ferra Instrument supervisor 2 Khalid Faraj Rmrum In the Job training Instructor 3 Abdulsalam Bashir Garrab Analyzer instrument supervisor 4 Hisham Ahmad Ehmaid Instrument Technician Under the supervision of: 1 Mohammad Salah NI fields application engineer NI 2 Training and development Dept. at RASCO
Shot 03/01/2011 Good video of oil/natural gas refinery This place is the site of one of the most important oil facilities in eastern Libya, the Brega refinery and natural gas plantit provides the fuel for power plants east and westand produces gasoline for local consumption. Production has not been interrupted, the facilities have not been damaged. To License This Clip, Click Here: http://collection.cnn.com/content/clip/370016_855.do
The Transitional National Council has been put in place as Libya's government. TNC is made up of 30 members from all over the country and are said to represent their respected regions. Some say the Libyan rebels were not fighting for democracy but rather it's an insurgency being supported by western powers. F. William Engdahl, political author and analyst, tells us more about Libya.
Marcopolis.net Video Interview with Ahmed Maiteeg, General Manager of Thobacts Hotel and Managing Director of DAA Construction & Engineering, the largest bank in Libya, also available here http://www.marcopolis.net/the-vision-for-libya-tourism-to-play-a-significant-role-1807.htm Ahmed Maiteeg, General Manager of Thobacts Hotel and Managing Director of DAA Construction & Engineering, talks about the vision for Libya. "I would like Libya to become a mix of all of these visions that you mentioned. We are an Arabic Islamic country and we are in the middle of the world, we should have good relations with all countries and there is no reason why we shouldn't have good relations with all the Mediterranean countries around us. Secondly, I think Libya should be able to exceed Dubai, due to its po...
A French engineer contracted by a medical centre in Libya's east was shot dead on Sunday by gunmen as he drove through a city centre, authorities said. In a statement, France's Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius identified the man killed in Benghazi as Patrice Real. Benghazi is a stronghold of militias with roots in the rebel brigades that fought against former dictator Moammar Gadhafi. Some of the groups are Islamic hard-liners with al-Qaida links who have targeted security officials. Lawlessness is rife in Benghazi and foreigners there have also been abducted in the past. A spokeswoman for the al-Galaa hospital in Benghazi said the 49-year-old French national was shot once in the chest as he drove his car in the city's centre on Sunday. She said the man was identified from the ident...
The Great Man-Made River (GMR, النهر الصناعي العظيم) is a network of pipes that supplies water from the Sahara Desert in Libya, from the Nubian Sandstone Aquifer System fossil aquifer. Some sources cite it as the largest engineering project ever undertaken. The Guinness World Records 2008 book has acknowledged this as the world's largest irrigation project. According to its website, it is the largest underground network of pipes and aqueducts in the world. It consists of more than 1300 wells, most more than 500 m deep, and supplies 6,500,000 m³ of freshwater per day to the cities of Tripoli, Benghazi, Sirt and elsewhere. Muammar al-Gaddafi has described it as the "Eighth Wonder of the World." http://www.galenfrysinger.com/man_made_river_libya.htm
Marcopolis.net Video Interview with Ahmed Maiteeg, General Manager of Thobacts Hotel and Managing Director of DAA Construction & Engineering, the largest bank in Libya, also available here http://www.marcopolis.net/libyan-hotel-management-a-home-grown-industry-1807.htm Ahmed Maiteeg, General Manager of Thobacts Hotel and Managing Director of DAA Construction & Engineering, talks the development, strategy and vision for DAA Construction & Engineering and Thobacts Hotel. Read the transcript of the interview with Mr. Maiteeg online on Marcopolis.net http://www.marcopolis.net/construction-in-libya-exclusive-interview-with-libyan-businessman-ahmed-maiteeg-2509.htm
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HEADLINE: Libya's new prime minister: "We need time" CAPTION: Libya's interim leadership has chosen an electronics engineer from Tripoli as the country's new prime minister. Abdel-Rahim al-Keeb will appoint a new Cabinet in coming days. (Nov. 1) [SOT/:Abdel-Rahim al-Keeb/Libya Prime Minister] [Notes:notes: includes interpreter translating into Arabic] [Notes:location - tripoli, libya - oct 31, 2011] ("We guarantee that we are after building a nation that respects human rights, and does not permit abuse of human rights. But we need time.") ("One thing that we will be doing is to work very closely with the NTC and to listen to the Libyan people, and to listen to the experts, and then make decisions.") APTN STORY NUMBER: 712543 You can license this story through AP Archive: http...
http://cityliving.whec.com/news/people/77831-rit-professor-elected-prime-minister-libya He once taught electrical engineering at RIT. Now he is the first elected prime minister of Libya, since the ouster of Mohammad Gadaffi. The news comes almost two days after U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans were at the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi. Dr. Mustafa http://cityliving.whec.com/news/people/77831-rit-professor-elected-prime-minister-libya
As the violence in Syria continues unabated, neighbouring Lebanon has seized a shipment of smuggled weapons, destined for Syrian rebels. The sea-bound cache apparently came from Libya, which is backing the opponents of President Assad. Franklin Lamb, director of the NGO, Americans Concerned for Middle East Peace talks to RT. He thinks the latest arms smuggling effort was an attempt at regime change. RT on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com RT on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews
First time log and new medium wave African country heard: 1053.01 kHz Libyan Radio and Television Network with Arabic chant heard clearly at times over domestic splatter, lasting for a good hour or so. Heard in Western Michigan at a distance of 5,121 miles on a Perseus SDR and D-KAZ antenna aimed due North.
Why tuneing around the amateur radio bands for a little activity and a few stations to try to work. i happend upon the following transmission on the 30m amateur radio Band. This is by By Nato intended for the civilians of libya and Gaddafi troops Warning them to stop the agression. there is no political motivation in my posting this video. Give Peace a chance Peace to all around the world
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NATO Psychological Operations (PsyOps) Libya Received 4th August 2011 at 14:00z 9376khz usb ..... alternate English/Arabic These Commando Solo transmissions apparently come from a USAF EC-130J operating out of Sigonella Italy ... They can also transmit on FM and TV Its amazing that with all the high tech equipment thats available to the military these days..... good old fashioned psychological warfare broadcast on shortwave still seems to be needed .
Mechanical engineering PhD candidate Issa Hakim is on leave from his studies, and has returned to his native Libya to help the National Transitional Council in its resistance to the rule of dictator Moamar Gadhafi. In mid-April, Issa made a virtual return to campus, via Skype, hosted by the Office of International Affairs and produced by Lehigh Distance Education. Live from the Benghazi headquarters of the resistance, Issa and a translator helped give voice to more than a dozen fellow rebel leaders, from civilian professionals to defected military commanders, and took questions from the assembled audience. The group spoke about the civil war and the effort to oust Gadhafi to some 60 Lehigh students and members of the regional and national media assembled live and via the Skypecast.