National Oil Corp. (NOC) has declared force majeure at Es Sider and Ras Lanuf, joining the Brega and Zueitina terminals.
Poor maintenance at export facilities has driven Libya to shut in exports from the Es Sider terminal, compounding weather-related woes.
Waha Oil has completed maintenance on a pipeline section faster than expected, returning 200,000 barrels per day of production to Libya’s output.
Libya has shut in an additional 200,000 barrels per day of production in the face of required maintenance, following the loss of around 300,000 bpd two weeks ago.
Waha Oil Co. has cut production in order to carry out maintenance on the 32-inch pipeline connecting fields to the Es Sider terminal.
The Government of National Accord’s (GNA) push into Sirte risks triggering a broader conflict, as Egypt warns the city is off limits to the Tripoli administration.
Libya’s National Oil Corp. (NOC) has named the United Arab Emirates as being behind the order to stop production in the North African country.
Libya’s National Oil Corp. (NOC) has lifted force majeure on oil exports from the North African state, but has warned production will be low.
An attempt to lift force majeure at the Es Sider port, allowing oil exports to resume, has failed with local armed forces refusing to allow this to go ahead.
The Libyan National Army’s (LNA) decision to halt exports from a number of ports brings more pressure to bear on the Tripoli-based Government of National Accord (GNA) but does little to upset the international oil market.
Libya’s Petroleum Facilities Guard captured a town near the country’s biggest oil port of Es Sider after clashes with Islamic State militants as the divided country works to reunite factions and revive the economy and oil production.