Al-Rifai said that he himself had been dispatched on a scholarship to the United States by the Arabian Gulf Oil Company - a Japanese company that was operating in Kuwait at the time.
What does AGOCO stand for?
AGOCO stands for Arabian Gulf Oil Company (Libya)
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The branch in Benghazi is said to be in a position to supervise eastern-based companies such as the Arabian Gulf Oil Company (Agoco), Sirte Oil Company and Ras Lanuf Oil and Gas Processing Company.
A key indicator will be agreement over the authority of the National Oil Company over regional state-owned or partly state-owned firms, such as the Arabian Gulf Oil Company, Waha Oil Company and Sirte Oil Company.
Libya's Arabian Gulf Oil Company (Agoco) filled a cargo which failed to attract buyers because of confusion over quality, traders said this week.
Libya's Arabian Gulf Oil Company said on Tuesday production from the eastern oilfield of Sarir had reached 160,000 bpd and it was sending crude to an export terminal.
Libya's Arabian Gulf Oil Company said on Tuesday production from the eastern oilfield of Sarir had reached 160,000 bpd and it had started to send crude to the export terminal of Tobruk.
He said the move would enable the UK to offer greater assistance to the rebels, starting with the unfreezing of assets worth pounds 91m belonging to the NTC-controlled Arabian Gulf Oil Company.