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Op-Ed: Oil exports increasing as Libyan ports reopen

Last Thursday an oil tanker took on the first load of crude for export from the Libyan port of Zuwetina since late last year. The tanker, the Ionic Anassa loaded 800,000 barrels of crude to be exported to China.

Op-Ed: Tobruk Libyan government warns oil tankers must have permit

Tobruk - Abdulraziig al-Nadori, Chief of the General Staff of the House of Representatives, warned foreign ships not to enter Libyan territorial waters without a permit from the Bayda-based National Oil Company (NOC) or risk being targeted by air or ground forces

Libyan conflict over oil exports drastically reduces production

Tobruk - The Tripoli-based National Oil Corp.(NOC) said oil fields responsible for the bulk of Libyan oil production will be forced to stop production within a month unless the blockade is lifted on the port of Hariga at Tobruk, in eastern Libya.

Militia leader keeps eastern Libya oil terminals closed

Benghazi - Ibrahim Jedran is the leader of a militia in eastern Libya and also head of the Political Bureau of the self-declared autonomous region of Barqa or Cyrenaica.

Libyan PM threatens force against striking oil facility guards

Tripoli - Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan has accused striking guards of wanting to export oil independently of the state National Oil Corporation. Zeidan said that if a tanker tried to pick up oil unauthorized it would be stopped.

Libyan oil export terminals closed again by strikes

Tripoli - Striking security guards at Libya's two largest oil export terminals, Ras Lanuf and Es Sider, again shut them down. Operations had just recently resumed for a brief period.

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