Libya has lost almost one billion dollars in revenues since a blockade of its most vital oil export facilities led to a slump in production, the National Oil Company said Wednesday. Groups allied to military strongman Khalifa Haftar launched their blockade of eastern Libya’s main oil terminals on January 18. Production has since declined from…

For the second time in two weeks, Libya’s El Feel oilfield has been shut down, due to an unlawful closure of a valve on an oil export pipeline, Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) said on Thursday. The 73,000-barrels-per-day El Feel field was shut down in the middle of last week due to airstrikes, after the…

The Libyan National Oil Company (NOC) announced Thursday that production will resume at the al-Fil oil field in southwestern Libya after a brief suspension due to fighting at the site. The NOC reported “the resumption of production on the El-Fil field on November 28 after the cessation of armed activities”, according to a statement published…

The Libyan National Oil Company (NOC) announced on Wednesday that production in an oil field in the southwestern part of the country has stopped due to fighting on the site. Armed groups attacked the field of El-Feel in the morning, said in a statement loyal forces to Marshal Khalifa Haftar, a strong man from eastern…

Forces under the command of Libyan leader Khalifa Haftar, who holds Cyrenaica, have secured control of much of the city of Sabha in south-central Libya, soldiers and residents reported on Monday. The Libyan National Army, Haftar’s faction, launched an operation in southern Libya this month after taking control of eastern Libya over the past three…

Libya’s National Oil Company said Thursday it will re-open a southern oil field and resume production within 48 hours, after announcing a resumption of exports in the eastern oil crescent. The NOC announced “the lifting of force majeure” at the Al-Fil field, in place since February 23, in a statement on its website. Production would…