Hariga Port to Resume Oil Exports

Hariga port in Eastern Libya is set to resume oil exports within days, according to a report from Reuters.

Protesters have reportedly agreed to end their four-month blockade of the port; Mohamed ben Shatwan, head of Arabian Gulf Oil Co (AGOCO), which operates the Hariga port, confirmed to Reuters that an agreement had been reached, adding:

"A ship is docked at the port, and exports will resume within days."

The protesters have on several occasions prevented tankers from docking at the port.

(Source: Reuters)

(Tanker image via Shutterstock)

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