BASF - The Chemical Company
Extreme heat and aridity are characteristic for this North African country, 95 per cent of which consists of deserts of sand and stone. It was in the Libyan desert that the record temperature of 57.3 ° C was measured August 1923. Since ancient times, oases like this in Jakhira have been inviting people to rest and stay. And we have been guests in Libya for 45 years.
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|Categories:||E&P, Production, On Shore, Landscape, Desert, Core regions, North Afrika, Libya|