Libyan Oil Sector Buckles Under Protester Pressure
A wave of fresh protests has pushed Libyan oil production to the lowest levels since January 2012, with complete stoppages of operations at key fields including the Repsol-operated 300,000-350,000 b/d Sharara field, Eni’s 100,000 b/d Feel (Elephant), and the 35,000 b/d Occidental-led Zueitina fields.
Several months of protests have largely centered on ports near to major cities. Youth...
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