Libya to Export 12.7 Million Barrels of Crude This Week

National Oil Corp., Libya’s state- run energy company, plans to export 12.7 million barrels of crude from Jan. 26 to Feb. 1, according to an official at the company’s crude and natural-gas marketing department.

The company, also known as NOC, shipped 5.54 million barrels from Jan. 19 to Jan. 25, Ahmed El-Mihoub said in an e- mail from the capital Tripoli.

Libya, holder of Africa’s biggest crude reserves, seeks to raise production and exports, which were disrupted during months of armed rebellion against late leader Muammar Qaddafi.

The following table lists the breakdown of shipments for the week of Jan. 26 to Feb. 1. Size is measured in barrels.

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Size      Crude Grade    Loading Date

600,000   Es Sider        Jan. 24-26
400,000   Sarir           Jan. 25-27
 75,000   Sirtica         Jan. 26-28
600,000   Sirtica         Jan. 26-28
630,000   Sharara         Jan. 26-28
600,000   Amna            Jan. 26-28
600,000   Abu Attifel     Jan. 26-28
600,000   Abu Attifel     Jan. 26-28
600,000   Es Sider        Jan. 26-28
600,000   Mellitah        Jan. 27-29
600,000   Brega           Jan. 26-28
600,000   Es Sider        Jan. 28-30
600,000   Zueitina        Jan. 28-30
600,000   Sarir           Jan. 29-31
600,000   Sharara         Jan. 29-31
600,000   Amna            Jan. 29-31
600,000   Es Sider        Jan. 29-31
600,000   Es Sider        Feb. 1-3
1,000,000 Sarir           Feb. 1-3
600,000   Sarir           Feb. 1-3
1,000,000  Mellitah       Feb. 2-4

(Source: Bloomberg)

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