Four Libyan oil export ports that were closed last week because of bad weather have reopened, a Libyan shipping source and port engineers said on ...
East Libyan forces took full control of Ras Lanuf oil terminal and the surrounding area on Thursday as they rapidly advanced against rivals who seized ...
A Libyan crude pipeline owned by the al-Waha oil company, feeding the port of Es Sider, was set on fire on Saturday causing the loss of between 70,000 ...
Repairs have been finished on a Libyan oil pipeline damaged in a suspected attack five days ago and production is restarting gradually, an engineer ...
Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) has been coordinating with military forces from eastern Libya and has “no reason to believe” ...
Libya’s National Oil Corporation would immediately start working to resume crude exports from ports seized in recent days by forces loyal to Haftar
Forces loyal to eastern Libyan commander Haftar seized at least two key oil ports from a rival force loyal to the UN-backed govt
ISIS militants attacked forces guarding one of Libya's main oil ports
Of these around 350,000 bpd is exported
The soldiers were killed in attacks launched by the Fajr Libya movement in Sirte: military source
Oil production flowing to Es Sider and Ras Lanuf will be gradually shut down
Earlier today, Haftar forces declared their control of the area extending from Boukmash, 100 km west of the Libyan capital
Oil exports rose during the past few weeks as major Libyan ports restarted operations
The demands of the protesters are still unknown, according to a National Oil Corp spokesman
After of an almost year-long blockage by a rebel group, Libya will start exporting oil from its major eastern ports
Libya had produced around 1.4 million bpd before a wave of protests, strikes and blockades reduced the output to as low as 150,000 bpd
Exports from Libya's key Es Sider crude oil terminal could resume as early as Thursday as workers and local authorities have reached an agreement to ...
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