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PETRO GAS OIL SERVICES.



8 Abin Al Hassan St.
Zaviath Al Dahmani
Tripoli, Libya.
Tel : 00218 21 3408344 / 3408345 / 3408346
Fax : 00218 21 3408572
Email : info@petrogaslibya.com
Web Site : www.petrogaslibya.com

Mr. Abdurrazag Mukhtar
Chairman
Petro Gas Oil Services

Mr. Abdurrazag Mukhtar has over 30 years experience in the oil and gas sector in Libya. He is the
Founder and Co-owner of several former Libyan companies, including the National Fiberglass
Company, Desert Services and Yasin & Co. and has well over twenty years experience in the USA
with various startup and well established companies (Founder of ECOM Development) (V.P. of
Sysorex Information Systems).

Youssef Omar
Business Development Manager at PetroGas Libya
Libya | Oil & Energy
Current:
Business Development Manager at PetroGas Libya
Past:
Software Engineer at Catbird, Owner at ParkingBookings, Software Engineer at Calmirco Inc,
Operational/IT Manager at Park n Travel, Private consu...
Education:
Santa Clara University, Tripoli University
Summary:
- Engineering Management. - Project Management, Planning and Budgeting. - Software
Engineering. - Web applications development


Business Development Manager
PetroGas Libya
October 2011 Present (1 year 4 months) Tripoli, Libya
- Strategic Consulting to the local Oil & Gas companies, by offering expat consultants in petroleum
and industrial engineering.
- Managing all legal and logistics for the expats from the 1st day till they leave.
- Budgeting operation expenses for the following year on a quarterly bases.
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- Opening new lines of business to be offered to Oil & Gas companies, including Project
Management Services, and Full Project Implementation.
- Contracting with international Oil & Gas service companies to support our future projects.
- Introduced an open source ERP software to smoothen company's daily operations.









Petro Gas Oil Services Limited is based in Tripoli, capital city of Libya formed under the Libyan law
with our core business operating in the Oil & Gas sector. A trusted national business that is
distinguished for providing exceptional expertise and technical knowledge across all phases in the
industry

We have consistently continued to deliver national class solutions with strategies that look to
improve company assets, competitive position and increase long term business success. This
success has been well proven having worked, and still continue to do so, with world renowned and
respected global partners.


SERVICES Following are the services of Petro Gas in brief :
Maintenance of oil gas and gas wells and immersed pumps
Maintenance of petroleum pipelines including filters, meters and surface pumps.
Electromechanical installation and maintenance works related to oil and gas fields and
pipelines.
Supply of materials and supplies related to petroleum and gas industries.
Supply of spare parts and materials required for petroleum and gas industries.
Consultant in both upstream and downstream
Providing local Libyan engineers with wide and varied experience in their respective fields
PROFILE Mission Statement: To create a partnership synergy between the client and ourselves in
order to minimize costs, gain entry to the Libyan market, and advise businesses on how to secure
private & government contracts. Consultants: Our team of consultants has over 20 years of
experience in Libya and the middle east (with private & Government companies). Their knowledge
ranges and encompasses both upstream and downstream sectors. Our consultants are post graduates
of American and European Universities specializing in the oil industry.

The industry as a whole took a back seat in 1980 when government reforms led to the
nationalization of all private sector companies, curbing free private enterprise. The economy was
further hit in 1992 by the UN sanctions. In the beginning of the year 1997, we took cover by
temporarily extending our base to Abu Dhabi from where we oversaw our operations. Our Tripoli
office maintained a low profile and acted as an information transit and follow-up center. We have an
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office in Benghazi too. The recent total lifting of embargo on Libya by the European Union &
United States has prompted us to restake our claims in being a part of its economic development.
The private sector in Libya presently coexists with the functioning public sector where it runs under
a defined set of guidelines constituted by the government.

By the beginning of the year 2005, both U.S. and United Nations completely lifted their embargo on
Libya. Most of the American oil companies have started their activities in Libya.

In addition to consultation, we also provide the following services:
Consultation in both upstream and downstream
Providing local Libyan engineers with wide and varied experience in their respective fields
Representing multinational companies


PROJECTS
Professional Technical Assistance Services
Client
Project Name /
Contract #
Business Area Project Description
Mellitah Gas Co, Libya NC-118
Professional
Technical
Assistance
Supply of Engineers 2ndQ - 4thQ 2010
Waha Oil Company PL-82
Professional
Technical
Assistance
Supply of Engineers 4thQ 2009 - 1stQ 2011
Mellitah Gas Co, Libya HSE-545
Professional
Technical
Assistance
Supply of HSEQ Specialists. 1stQ 2010 - 1stQ 2011
Waha Oil Company Major Projects
Professional
Technical
Assistance
Supply of Engineers 3thQ 2010 - 1stQ 2011
OCTG & Line Pipe Projects
Client Project Name/Job Ref. Business Area Project Description

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Turkish Petrolum 10-OD/19
Sales
Management &
Consultancy
Casing. 3rdQ 2010
Akakus Oil Operations,
Libya
P91194 , P91196 &
P91218
Sales
Management &
Consultancy
Casing. 3rdQ 2010
Akakus Oil Operations,
Libya
P91197 & P91193
Sales
Management &
Consultancy
Tubing. 3rdQ 2010
Akakus Oil Operations,
Libya
P91206
Sales
Management &
Consultancy
Pup Joints. 3rdQ 2010
JSC Tatneft Libyan
Branch
PO 353 & PO 354
Sales
Management &
Consultancy
Casing & Tubing. 4thQ 2009
Turkish Petrolum
PO 20/OD/10 ,
09/OD/06 & 09/OD/07
Sales
Management &
Consultancy
Casing & Tubing. 4thQ 2009
Mabruk Oil Operations CTN/169/2006/09/C17
Sales
Management &
Consultancy
Line Pipe. 3rdQ 2009
Turkish Petrolum 09/OD/04
Sales
Management &
Consultancy
Casing & Tubing. 3rdQ 2009
Akakus Oil Operations,
Libya
P091192, P91193 ,
P91194 , P91196 ,
P91197 , P091200 ,
P91205 & P91218
Sales
Management &
Consultancy
Casing , Tubing & Pup Joints. 2ndQ 2009
Waha Oil Company PO 98704
Sales
Management &
Consultancy
Casing. 2ndQ 2009
Akakus Oil Operations,
Libya
P81872 , P81879 &
P81875
Sales
Management &
Consultancy
Casing. 1stQ 2009
Akakus Oil Operations,
Libya
P81768 & P81769
Sales
Management &
Consultancy
Casing. 4thQ 2008
Consultancy & Commercial Management
Supply of New Units
Client Project Name/Job Ref. Business Area Project Description
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Greenstream BV, Libya Job Ref. 160.5949
Sales
Management &
Consultancy
Supply of Units. 2ndQ 2010
China Petroleum
Pipeline, Libya
Job Ref. 120.7984
Sales
Management &
Consultancy
Supply of Units. 2ndQ 2009
Greenstream BV, Libya Job Ref. C_1605949
Sales
Management &
Consultancy
Supply of Units. 1stQ 2009
Greenstream BV, Libya
Invitation Ref.
1605949
Sales
Management &
Consultancy
Supply of Units (5th Compression train, turn key). 2ndQ 2008
ENI OIL LTD.
Elephant Power Gen
Job Ref. 1705653
Sales
Management &
Consultancy
Supply of power generation units (4xFr5/1 Long lead Items) for
Elephant field. 4thQ 2007
ENI OIL LTD.
Elephant Power Gen
Job Ref. 1900480
Sales
Management &
Consultancy
Supply of power generation units (4xFr5/1 Long lead Items) for
Elephant field. 3rdQ 2007
Consultancy & Commercial Management
Services & Spare Parts
Client Project Name/Job Ref. Business Area Project Description
Azzawiya Oil Refining
Co, Libya
Job Ref. C_82445022
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 2ndQ 2010
Ras Lanuf Oil & Gas,
Libya
Job Ref. C_5646718
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 2ndQ 2010
Arabian Gulf Oil Co,
Libya
Job Ref. C_5645573 &
C_5645646
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 2ndQ 2010
Mellitah Gas Co, Libya
Job Ref. C_5045316 &
C_5646718
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 2ndQ 2010
Waha Oil Company Job Ref. C_1735312
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 2ndQ 2010
Sirte Oil Company, Libya Job Ref.C_1446362
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 2ndQ 2010
Ras Lanuf Oil & Gas,
Libya
Job Ref. C_8244903
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 1stQ 2010
Arabian Gulf Oil Co,
Libya
Job Ref. C_5645563 ,
C_5645646 ,
C_5646908 ,
C_5645573 &
C_5645583
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 1stQ 2010
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Mellitah Gas Co, Libya
Job Ref. C_1242566 ,
C_5045603 ,
C_5646188 ,
C_5646024 &
C_5644391
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 1stQ 2010
Akakus Oil Operations,
Libya
Job Ref. C_5044895
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 1stQ 2010
Azzawiya Oil Refining
Co, Libya
Job Ref. C_1249922 ,
C_5645552 ,
C_8244938 &
C_8245034
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 1stQ 2010
Mellitah Gas Co, Libya
Job Ref. C_1242566 ,
C_5045603 ,
C_5644391 ,
C_5646024 &
C_5646188
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 1stQ 2010
Sirte Oil Company, Libya Job Ref. C_5646769
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 1stQ 2010
Arabian Gulf Oil Co,
Libya
Job Ref. C_5645583
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 4thQ 2009
Mellitah Gas Co, Libya
Job Ref. C_5644391 &
C_5644941
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 4thQ 2009
Akakus Oil Operations,
Libya
Job Ref. C_504406 &
C_5044794
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 4thQ 2009
Waha Oil Company
Job Ref. C_5644397 &
C_5644767
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 4thQ 2009
Azzawiya Oil Refining
Co, Libya
Job Ref. C_1242356 ,
C_8244755 ,
C_1242422 &
C_8239230
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 4thQ 2009
Mellitah Gas Co, Libya Job Ref. C_5644391
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 3rdQ 2009
Sirte Oil Company, Libya Job Ref. C_1242080
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 3rdQ 2009
Akakus Oil Operations,
Libya
Job Ref. C_5043721
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 3rdQ 2009
Waha Oil Company
Job Ref. C_1735313 &
C_5644397 &
C_5645013
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 3rdQ 2009
Azzawiya Oil Refining
Co, Libya
Job Ref. C_1130784 ,
C_5140940 &
C_8244554
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 3rdQ 2009
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Akakus Oil Operations,
Libya
Job Ref. C_2840974
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 3rdQ 2009
Greenstream BV, Libya
Job Ref. C_2858034 ,
C_8243239 & 1605949
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 1stQ & 2ndQ 2009
Mellitah Gas Co, Libya Job Ref. C_8243801
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 2ndQ 2009
Azzawiya Oil Refining
Co, Libya
Job Ref. C_5645066 &
C_8244377
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 2ndQ 2009
Ras Lanuf Oil & Gas,
Libya
Job Ref. C_5644614
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 2ndQ 2009
Waha Oil Company
Job Ref. C_5643965 ,
C_8244359 ,
C_5644329 ,
C_5644110 &
C_5644050
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 2ndQ 2009
Akakus Oil Operations,
Libya
Job Ref. C_5043722
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 2ndQ 2009
Sirte Oil Company, Libya
Job Ref. C_1242177,
C_1242242 &
C_1446156
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 2ndQ 2009
Akakus Oil Operations,
Libya
Job Ref. C_2840974
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 2ndQ 2009
Azzawiya Oil Refining
Co, Libya
Job Ref. C_8239173 &
C_8244359
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 1stQ 2009
Akakus Oil Operations,
Libya
Job Ref. C_5043352
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 1stQ 2009
Waha Oil Company
Job Ref. C_1735309 &
C_1735311
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 1stQ 2009
Sirte Oil Company, Libya Job Ref. C_1446156
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 1stQ 2009
Sirte Oil Company, Libya Job Ref. C_8239107
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 4thQ 2008
Mellitah Gas Co, Libya
Job Ref. C_5642693,
C_5643353
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 4thQ 2008
Waha Oil Company
Job Ref. C_1735308 ,
C_1735310 ,
C_5643291 &
C_5644050
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 4thQ 2008
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Akakus Oil Operations,
Libya
Job Ref. C_2840974
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 4thQ 2008
Waha Oil Company
Job Ref. C_5642494 ,
C_8243304 &
C_8243855
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 2ndQ 2008
Repsol Oil Operation,
Libya
Invitation Ref. 70646
& 70647
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 1stQ 2008
Waha Oil Company Invitation Ref. 15126
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 1stQ 2008
Waha Oil Company Job Ref. 2840786
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 4thQ 2007
Repsol Oil Operation Job Ref. 2840786
Services &
Spare Parts
Supply of spare parts. 2ndQ 2007





ABOUT LIBYA
Oil exploration in Libya began in 1955, with the key national Petroleum Law No. 25 enacted in April
of that year (a new petroleum law is currently under development). Libya's first oil fields were
discovered in 1959 (at Amal and Zelten -- now known as Nasser), and oil exports began in 1961.
During 2004, Libyan oil production was estimated at nearly 1.6 million barrels per day (bbl/d), with
consumption of 237,000 bbl/d and net exports of about 1.34 million bbl/d. The vast majority (more
than 90%) of Libya's exports are sold to European countries like Italy (545,000 bbl/d in January-
October 2004), Germany (274,000 bbl/d), France (94,000 bbl/d), Spain and Greece. In addition,
Libyan oil exports to the United States reached 66,000 bbl/d in October 2004, after resuming in June
2004 for the first time in two decades.

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Overall, Libya would like foreign Companies help to increase the country's oil production capacity
from 1.60 million bbl/d at present to 2 million bbl/d by 2008-2010, and to 3 million bbl/d by 2015. In
order to achieve this goal, and also to upgrade its oil infrastructure in general, Libya is seeking as
much as $30 billion in foreign investment over that period. Libya is considered a highly attractive oil
province due to its low cost of oil recovery (as low as $1 per barrel at some fields), the high quality of
its oil,its proximity to European markets, and its well-developed infrastructure.

If Libya reaches 2 million bbl/d in oil production capacity, this would take the country back to a level
it has not seen since the late 1970s. During that decade, Libya's revolutionary government imposed
tough terms on producing companies, leading to a slide in oilfield investments and oil production --
from 3.3 million bbl/d in 1970 to 1.5 million bbl/d in 1975, before rising again to 2.1 million bbl/d in
1979. During the 1980s, Libyan oil production averaged around 1.2 million bbl/d, rising to around 1.4
million bbl/d in the 1990s. Libya's main oil export grades include Es Sider (36-37o API), El Sharara
(44o API), Zueitina (42oAPI), Bu Attifel (41o API), Brega (40o API), Sirtica (40o API), Sarir (38o
API), Amna (36o API), and ElBouri (26o API). Most Libyan oil is sold on a term basis, including to
the country's Oilinvest marketing network in Europe; to companies like Agip, OMV, Repsol YPF,
Tupras, CEPSA, and Total; and small volumes to Asian and South African companies. Libyan oil is
generally light (high API gravity) and sweet (low sulfur), but also thick and waxy.
Reserves & Geology:
Currently, according to the Oil and Gas Journal, Libya has total proven oil reserves of 39 billion
barrels. The country has 12 oil fields with reserves of 1 billion barrels or more each, and two others
with reserves of 500 million-1 billion barrels. However, Libya remains "highly unexplored" according
to Wood Mackenzie Consultants, and has "excellent" potential for more oil discoveries. In addition,
despite years of oil production, only around 25% of Libya's area covered by agreements with oil
companies. The under-exploration of Libya is due largely to sanctions and also to stringent fiscal
terms imposed by Libya on foreign oil companies.

On January 30, 2005, Libya held its first round of oil and gas exploration leases since the United
States ended most sanctions against the country. Known as EPSA 4, the round -- launched in August
2004 offered 15 exploration areas for auction. Approximately 56 companies registered 104 bids, but
in the end only a handful of companies actually won acreage in the intensely competitive bidding. In
the end, acreage in 9 areas (5 onshore oil blocks and 4 offshore, gas-prone blocks) went to U.S.-based
Occidental Petroleum, while Chevron Texaco and Amerada Hess won acreage in 1 block each. Other
companies with winning bids included the Indian Oil Corp., Liwa (UAE), Oil Search Ltd. (Australia),
Petrobras (Brazil), Sonatrach (Algeria), Verenex (Canada), and Woodside (Australia). Significantly,
no European companies were awarded acreage in this round.

Specifically, an Occidental-Liwa consortium won onshore blocks 131 and 136 in the Murzuq basin,
plus onshore blocks 106 and 124 in the Sirte area, and block 59 in the Cyrenaica area near the
Egyptian border. Occidental also won offshore block 53 (Gulf of Sirte), with offshore blocks 35, 36
and 52 (all Gulf of Sirte) going to an Occidental/ Liwa/Woodside consortium. Sonatrach won onshore
block 65 (Ghadames), with a Verenex-led group getting onshore block 47 (North Ghadames, near
Tunisia). Petrobras won offshore block 18 (Gulf of Sirte), Indian Oil Corp. won block 86 (West Sirte),
and Amerada Hess won offshore block 54 (Gulf of Sirte). It is believed that winning companies paid a
high price for Libyan acreage -- reportedly on both signature bonuses and production shares --
highlighting the great degree of interest in the relatively underexplored country. Occidental, for
instance, paid $25.6 million for Block 106 alone.
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Refining & Marketing:
Libya has five domestic refineries, with a combined nameplate capacity of approximately 380,000
bbl/d, significantly higher than the volume of domestic oil consumption (227,000 bbl/d; the rest is
exported). Libya's refineries include: 1) the Ras Lanuf export refinery, completed in 1984 and located
on the Gulf of Sirte, with a crude oil refining capacity of 220,000 bbl/d; 2) the Az Zawiya refinery,
completed in 1974 and located in northwestern Libya, with crude processing capacity of 120,000
bbl/d; 3) the Tobruk refinery, with crude capacity of 20,000 bbl/d; 4) Brega, the oldest refinery in
Libya, located near Tobruk with crude capacity of 10,000 bbl/d; and 5) Sarir, a topping facility with
10,000 bbl/d of capacity. In May 2002, Libya signed a $280 millioncontract with South Korea's LG
Petrochemicals to upgrade Az Zawiya. In addition, Ras Lanuf also is slated for upgrading, although
that project appears to have been delayed.
Natural Gas:
Continued expansion of natural gas production remains a high priority for Libya for two main reasons.
First, Libya has aimed -- with limited success -- to use natural gas instead of oil domestically (i.e., for
power generation), freeing up more oil for export. Second, Libya has vast natural gas reserves and is
looking to increase its gas exports, particularly to Europe. Libya's proven natural gas reserves as of
January 1, 2005 were estimated at 52 Tcf by the Oil and Gas Journal, but the country's actual gas
reserves are largely unexploited (and unexplored), and thought by Libyan experts to be considerably
larger, possibly 70-100 Tcf. Major producing fields include Attahadi, Defa-Waha, Hatiba, Zelten,
Sahl, and Assumud. To expand its gas production, marketing, and distribution, Libya is looking to
foreign participation and investment. In recent years large new discoveries have been made in the
Ghadames and el-Bouri fields, as well as in the Sirte basin. Libya also produces a small amount of
liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), most of which is consumed by domestic refineries.

Yet another proposal is to build a nearly 900-mile pipeline from North Africa to southern Europe.
Such a pipeline could transport natural gas from Egypt, Libya, Tunisia and Algeria, via Morocco and
into Spain (a pipeline between Morocco and Spain already exists). Also, Tunisia and Libya agreed in
May 1997 to set up a joint venture which will build a natural gas pipeline from the Mellita area in
Libya to the southern Tunisian city and industrial zone of Gabes. In late 1998, Tunisia and Libya
signed an agreement for around 70 Bcf of gas per year to be delivered from Libyan gas fields to Cap
Bon, Tunisia, and in October 2003 the two countries set up a joint venture gas company to build the
pipeline. Completion by 2005 is anticipated. In 1971, Libya became the second country in the world
(after Algeria in 1964) to export liquefied natural gas (LNG). Since then, Libya's LNG exports have
generally languished, largely due to technical limitations which do not allow Libya to extract LPG
from the LNG, thereby forcing the buyer to do so. Libya's LNG plant, at Marsa El Brega, was built in
the late 1960s by Esso and has a nominal capacity of about 125 Bcf per year. However, US sanctions
prevented Libya from obtaining needed equipment to separate out liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) from
the natural gas, thereby limiting the plant's output to about 15% of nameplate capacity, all of which is
exported to Spain.