Exports of Sharara crude from Libya’s western Zawiya terminal are in full swing after the port resumed operations last weekend, following the 8 January Sharara production restart.

Shipping data show that at least two 80,000-ton tankers loaded at Zawiya this week, each with a capacity to carry around 600,000 barrels of crude. Tankers of the same size are also scheduled for the coming weeks.

With Sharara back online, Libya’s overall production has climbed to 572,000 b/d,...