Security, Politics Dominate Libyan Oil Sector Concerns
Libyan crude output continues to make gains and plans are being put into place to build new production capacity. But a lack of security and continuing political instability is taking an increasingly attritional toll on oil investor sentiment.
By Rafiq Latta
On 22 October, crude production hit 1.606mn b/d, state-owned NOC said. If sustainable this would be up around 50,000 b/d on recent post-war...
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