Zueitina may Resume Oil Exports

Libya Herald reports that after an interruption of more than five-months, a crude oil cargo could be ready for export from Zueitina port, which is under the control of troops loyal to the internationally-recognised government in Tobruk.

An official at Harouge Oil said “there are one million barrels of oil ready to pump from three oilfields: AGOCO’s Nafoora field, Wintershall’s field and Harouge’s Amal field.”

The stoppage was caused when facilities were occupied by protesters seeking jobs.

(Source: Libya Herald)

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