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Libyan crude oil production has been restored to 700000 barrels per day due to the recapture of two terminal control rights

Libyan crude oil production has been restored to 700000 barrels per day due to the recapture of two terminal control rights

March 23, 2017

[China paint information]

the Libyan national oil company (NOC) said on Wednesday (March 22) that Libyan crude oil production has reached 700000 barrels per day, and then started the tensile testing machine at a fixed speed, It has recovered from the armed attacks on the two major crude oil terminals at the beginning of this month

foreign media quoted Mustafa sanalla, chairman of the Libyan national oil company, as saying that there was no new break: "we strive to restore the crude oil production to 800000 barrels per day in April this year, and God bless us to restore it to 1.1 million barrels per day in August next year."

the Libyan national oil company pointed out in a statement today that it expects to increase crude oil production by 55000 barrels/day from Abu attifel and rimal oilfields in the next few weeks. At present, these two oilfields are closed due to maintenance

the Libyan government lost control of the two major crude oil terminals, ES sider and RAS lanuf, due to armed attacks on March 3. Therefore, the crude oil production fell to 600000 barrels/day at that time. At present, the Libyan government has finally regained control of the two terminals

on the other hand, the Libyan national oil company said on Monday that the 24-hour fracture measurement has recaptured part of the control of Sharara southwest oil field, and it is expected to increase the output of the oil field by 70000 barrels per day from the current 221000 barrels per day at least 10 inches away

even so, Libya's current crude oil production is still far lower than the 1.6 million barrels/day before the civil strife

Libya and Nigeria are two member states that have been exempted from the production reduction of the organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC)

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