Wintershall Boss on Libyan Production

Rainer Seele (pictured), Chief Executive Officer of BASF subsidiary Wintershall, has said he is unable to forecast when the company's Libyan production would return to the 100,000-barrel-a-day level it had before the revolution in 2011.

Current output is running at about 80,000 barrels a day, and he said that the "technical condition of the infrastructure is the limiting factor."

(Source: Bloomberg)

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