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Protesters stop tanker from loading at Libya’s Hariga port: Official

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Protesters entered Libya's Hariga oil terminal on Thursday and stopped a tanker from loading, the port head and another official said.

On Wednesday, protesters blocked oil exports at the Libyan ports of Es Sider and Ras Lanuf, an oil engineer at each port said, although other engineers said production at fields that supply the terminals was unaffected.

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The engineers said three tankers were waiting to load at Es Sider and one was waiting to load at Ras Lanuf.

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