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OPEC Shipments Increase on Libyan Production, Oil Movements Says

OPEC will raise shipments by 0.7 percent this month as Libya continues to restore production that was halted during last year’s uprising, according to tanker- tracker Oil Movements. The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries will export 23.38 million barrels a day in the four weeks to March 3, up from the 23.21 million barrels in […]

Libya's Crude Bookings to Rise to 1 Million Bpd Next Week

Nine oil tankers have been booked so far to load about 1 million barrels a day of crude oil in Libya next week, according to data from Poten & Partners Inc. The ships have been chartered to pick up 970,000 metric tons, the equivalent of about 7.1 million barrels, the New York- based shipbroker’s figures […]

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Libya Crude Bookings Rise to 1 Million Barrels a Day Next Week

Nine tankers have been booked so far to load about 1 million barrels a day of crude oil in Libya next week, according to data from Poten & Partners Inc. The ships have been chartered to pick up 970,000 metric tons, the equivalent of about 7.1 million barrels, the New York- based shipbroker’s figures show. […]

Libya May Load 330,000 Tons of Crude on Four Tankers This Week

Four tankers have been booked so far to load 330,000 metric tons of crude oil in Libya this week, according to data from Poten & Partners Inc. The ships have been chartered to pick up the equivalent of about 345,000 barrels a day, compared with 660,000 barrels a day booked to load on six vessels […]

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Conoco Books Tanker to Ship Libyan Oil to U.S., Shipbrokers Say

ConocoPhillips booked an oil tanker to haul Libyan crude to the U.S. as the North African country boosts output following the overthrow of Muammar Qaddafi last year, data from shipbrokers including Poten & Partners show. The Donat, a 1 million-barrel carrier owned by Zadar, Croatia-based Tankerska Plovidba DD, was hired to load 135,000 metric tons […]

Libya open to enter port management partnerships-minister

Libya is open to discuss partnerships with international firms to manage its seaports, the country's transport minister said on Tuesday after receiving a visit from the chairman of Dubai-based ports operator DP World . "We do need to have to share the experience of others in the form of strategic partners, especially in managing seaports," […]

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Libyan tankers sailing again after war, sanctions

About half of state-owned Libyan shipping firm’s 24-strong fleet of tankers is sailing again after months of paralysis due to sanctions and a freeze on assets belonging to the family of former leader Muammar Qaddafi, a company manager said. The General National Maritime Transport Company (GNMTC) was on US sanctions lists during the Libyan conflict, […]

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