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Lebanon's International Network

Lebanese Immigrants Worldwide

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"Wherever they are, Lebanese traders typically remain in touch with their kin. Belonging to a global diaspora allows them to swap information and learn about new opportunities." The Economist - 2013
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Total: 4.5M
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Number of people of Lebanese origin (estimates): 15M - 20M
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"Tripoli: A launch pad for Syria's reconstruction"
Lebanon Opportunities - July 2016
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Fueling Lebanon, Repowering Syria, Energizing the Region

The electricity demand in the MENA countries is set to grow at an average annual rate of 7%, with investment in the region’s power sector estimated to read USD 283 Billion by 2018. Lebanon’s Strategic location, its favorable business environment, and its highly-developed service industry.
Make it an ideal hub for international firms to meet their peers and expand their penetration in the regional market.

Reconstruction of Syria

Estimated Loss by Sector*

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    Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
  • A dozen ambassadors and representatives of the international community have visited  Tripoli in the past few months to understand its needs and opportunities.
  • Lebanon and Syria have close economic, social and cultural ties.
  • Lebanese talents and firms have worked under severe situations in war and post-war  situations, and are expected to play a major role in the reconstruction of Syria.

* Source: Syria Information and Research Initiative (SIRI) - World Bank Group (WBG)
2D Seismic Survey by Geco-Prakla
2D Seismic Survey by Spectrum
2D & 3D Seismic Surveys by PGS
Establishment of the Lebanese Petroleum Administration (LPA)
Offshore 3D & Onshore 2D Seismic Surveys
NEOS Airborne Geophysical Survey

Renewable Energy Sector in Lebanon

• The Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) estimates the renewable energy market size to be between USD 300 to USD 400 million in 2016 alone.

• Lebanon is the first Arab country to develop a National Energy Efficiency Action Plan (NEEAP 2011- 2015).

• Between 2016 – 2020, the overall direct investments in renewable energy, energy efficiency, and green buildings exceeded USD 450 million.

• The implementation of the NEEAP 2016 – 2020 will require between USD 600 and 950 million over a period of 5 years.

• The 2nd NEEAP will include 26 initiatives, resulting in savings exceeding USD 225 Million

• The Lebanese government, jointly with the private sector, has plans to build wind farms in the country. The wind farms are expected to add between 150 and 180 MW of wind energy capacity to the national grid

Onshore and Offshore Geophysical Surveys

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