Eastern Libyan oil ports to export 1.2 million barrels of crude
A tanker will load 600,000 barrels of crude from the Hariga port in Tobruk on Wednesday or Thursday
Libya is set to export more than 1.2 million barrels of crude oil from the eastern ports of Hariga and Zueitina in coming days, officials said.
A tanker will load 600,000 barrels of crude from the Hariga port in Tobruk on Wednesday or Thursday, the official said.
A tanker has just loaded the same volume at the port of Zueitina and a second is expected there next week.
The eastern Libyan state firm Arabian Gulf Oil Co (AGOCO) is currently producing around 270,000 barrels a day, a company spokesman said. The firm's assets include the Sarir and Messla oilfields feeding the Hariga port.
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