Libya-Analysis has the capacity and experience to map a wide range of organisations, institutions and stakeholders in Libya, demonstrating the relationships and connections between different entities and presenting this in multiple different graphic forms.
Libya-Analysis Militia Mapping: Oil & Gas
The Libya-Analysis Militia Mapping: Oil & Gas package is a highly detailed and comprehensive baseline study. It was produced in February 2018 by the Libya Analysis team. It identifies over 200 militias, political stakeholders, and economic entities who have connections to, or influence over, Libya’s oil sector and analyses the relationships, command structures, and money flows between them. The study focuses on oil as a driver of conflict and potential pillar of resilience, allowing users to visualize and understand specific local and national dynamics in relation to the oil industry.
- Comprehensive Militia Database. This database identifies over 200 actors and provides current and historical data on each actor such as: geographic location, territorial control, leadership, political alliances, key relationships, connection to local communities, and impact on the oil sector over the last 12 months.
- Comprehensive Oil & Gas Influence Database. This database details all of Libya’s oil fields, ports and pipelines, and identifies which actors have influence (whether social, political, financial, operational or security) over each facility.
- Schematic Stakeholder Influence Maps. These schematic maps visualize highly complex relationships and power dynamics between and among militias, actors in the oil sector, and other stakeholders in Libya, at both the local and national levels. They map the social, political, financial, operational and security connections between these actors and Libya’s oil infrastructure and institutions.
- Geographic Militia Influence Maps. These maps show the location and political alliance of over 120 different militias, political stakeholders and economic actors across Libya in relation to the oil infrastructure.
- Incident Mapping. We have recorded and mapped any incidents that have impacted Libya’s oil industry in the last 12 months, including political decisions, protests, insecurity, terrorist attacks and blockades. These incidents are visualized on a geographic heat map of Libya. By studying these incidents, the disruption to production from future actions (strikes, terrorism, legal decisions, political shifts) can be forecasted.
Libya-Analysis Stakeholder Mapping
Libya-Analysis can provide a range of stakeholder mapping products and studies, with particular expertise in the fields of militias, political figures and economic actors.
We can offer the Libya-Analysis Militia Mapping: Oil & Gas package as a valuable stand-alone resource that can be updated on request or purchased as a subscription which updates quarterly. Alternatively, using the baseline tools and data from this study, Libya-Analysis can provide bespoke research and advisory on Libya’s oil industry, fuel smuggling networks, institutional structures, militia power dynamics and other longer-term conflict drivers, tailored to meet your specific needs. We can also produce a range of different stakeholder maps to suit your needs.
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