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Gaddafi's fall will reopen the doors to Africa's largest oil reserves and give new players such as Qatar's national oil company and trading house Vitol the chance to compete with established European and U.S. oil majors.
"We don't have a problem with Western countries like the Italians, French and UK companies. But we may have some political issues with Russia, China and Brazil," Abdeljalil Mayouf, information manager at Libyan rebel oil firm AGOCO, told Reuters.
We don't have a problem with Western countries like the Italians,
Originally posted by Flyer
Its funny how oil is involved every time a country is "liberated".
What about all the atrocities committed in Africa that no one cares about because theres no resources to steal?
Originally posted by ALF88
No surprise there, but most of the "dumb sheep" will still believe the reason was bringing freedom and democracy.