If you are investing or conducting business in or relating to Libya or are partnering with a Libyan entity on a project, then Libya-Analysis is for you. Libya-Analysis can draw upon its vast wellsprings of knowledge and experience to provide targeted advisory services for your project. Browse ‘Our Expertise’ to find out more about our team, our clients, and to access our publicly available articles, think tank reports and academic publications.
Our highly skilled network of Libyan and international analysts have years of experience working in Libya, both before and after the 2011 uprisings, and have expertise across a range of sectors and disciplines including political risk, oil and gas, shipping, security, construction, mapping, understanding Libya’s economic institutions, international development and business intelligence. They regularly meet and interact with the most important political and institutional actors in Libya, and have frequent interaction with government officials, academics and analysts on Libya from across the world. We have hosted the NOC Chairman, lobbied for various businesses to the CBL Governor, given a lecture to a House of Commons Committee, briefed NATO, and attended panel sessions at the world’s most prestigious counter terrorism conferences.
Libya-Analysis analysts have authored many academic journal articles, think tank reports, and policy papers on Libya. Our analysts also frequently give interviews to TV, radio and print, media outlets, participate in live televised debates, deliver high-level briefings, and write opinion editorials and commentary pieces on Libya.
Libya-Analysis has experience providing high-quality research, analysis, and advisory services on Libya to a range of different clients in different sectors across the globe. Our clients include major multinational companies with decades of business experience in Libya, smaller firms trying to gain a toe-hold in the Libyan market, journalists, government departments, policy makers, NGOs, other consulting firms, and policy think tanks.