Lebanon’s caretaker energy minister Nada Boustani said on Monday a deadline to submit bids in a second licensing round for off-shore energy exploration would be delayed to April 30 from January 31.
Boustani said in a statement the delay was to provide more time for international companies seeking to participate.
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