Libya’s Hariga oil port reopens after protest
The newly reopened port expects receiving two oil tankers on Sunday
Libya's eastern Hariga oil port has reopened after a protest by security guards ended there, receiving the first tanker loading 750,000 barrels of oil, a spokesman for state-owned National Oil Corp (NOC) said on Sunday
A second tanker would dock later on Sunday at the port located in Tobruk to load 600,000 barrels of oil, NOC spokesman Mohammad el-Harari said.
He also said the western El Feel oil field was working "normally" after a separate protest had ended there more than a week ago.
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