El Feel was the first to stop, as protestors moved into the facilities, followed shortly after by Sharara. The first field was producing around 70,000 barrels per day, while the second was around 270,000 bpd.
Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh
“That part of west Libya is relatively stable. If you’re going to choose a project to develop it’s a good choice,” Kinnear said.
Mellitah is the origin point for the Greenstream pipeline, which carries gas from Libya to Italy, via Sicily.
The new head of Libya’s National Oil Corp. (NOC) has overseen the relaunch of gas production at Al Faregh and new talks with Waha Oil, paving the way for more production.
Libyan exports appear to be restarting following the appointment of a new chairman to state-owned National Oil Corp. (NOC).
Pandemonium has broken out at the Tripoli headquarters of National Oil Corp. (NOC) with the arrival of a new chairman, while the incumbent refuses to quit.
The head of Libya’s National Oil Corp. (NOC) has highlighted the North African country’s role in meeting Europe’s energy security needs and downplayed the risks.
Libya’s National Oil Corp. (NOC) has declared force majeure at its Brega terminal, while warning of a broader impact on the country from stoppages.
Libya’s National Oil Corp. (NOC) has declared force majeure on exports of Mellitah crude, following problems at the El Feel field, and from the port of Zueitina.
Libyan production has dipped below 1 million barrels per day following the latest pipeline stoppage by “suspicious gangs”.
Sonatrach has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on restarting work in Libya, which has been on hold since 2011.
Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh intends to run for president, he announced at the weekend, while also seeming to back a sale of a stake in Waha Oil to TotalEnergies and ConocoPhillips.
Libya has established the South Refinery, intended to resolve fuel shortages and unemployment in the country’s south.
The Libyan prime minister has stepped in to smooth over the dispute at the National Oil Corp. (NOC).
Libya’s oil minister has called for the removal of the head of the National Oil Corp. (NOC), although progress is likely to be slow.