About Us

The U.S.-Libya Business Association (USLBA) is the only nonprofit member-based trade association focusing solely on the United States and Libya. Since its incorporation in 2005, as the countries resumed normal relations, the USLBA has sought to facilitate opportunities for mutually beneficial trade and investment, enhance the bilateral diplomatic and commercial relationship, and educate the public about the importance of U.S.-Libya economic ties. The USLBA regularly sponsors policy conferences, briefing sessions, and major events featuring senior U.S. and Libyan officials. Its founders believe the bonds forged through trade and investment form the groundwork of an enduring and amicable relationship.

The USLBA welcomes inquiries about our program and the benefits of membership. Please contact Executive Director Jason Pack by email at jpack@us-lba.org or by phone +1-202-464-2038.



Latest News

Royal Dutch Shell Plc and BP Plc agreed to annual deals to buy Libyan crude
January 17, 2018
Royal Dutch Shell Plc and BP Plc agreed to annual deals to buy Libyan crude, underscoring how the North African country’s recovering production and improving security are enticing some of the world (read more)

Libya’s currency gains sharply on the informal market
January 17, 2018
Libya’s currency has gained sharply on the informal market, rising to around six dinars to the dollar on Wednesday compared with around nine dinars to the dollar at the start of the year. (read more)

Differences between operator, NOC cloud hopes for restart at Libya refinery
January 15, 2018
LERCO, the operator of Libya’s 220,000-barrels-per-day Ras Lanuf refinery, has disputed a claim by the National Oil Corp (NOC) to have prevailed in a long-running legal dispute, a stance that could (read more)