LIBYA

Crude production in Libya remains stuck at a post-revolution low, with only its offshore fields contributing to output, as plans for a new bid round are put in doubt by the political chaos engulfing the North African state.

Oil output stood at just 155,000 b/d on 28 May, according to Muhammad al-Harari, spokesman for Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC). Fields in the East of the country remained idle as a protest over pay had shut in the Marsa el-Hariga terminal, depriving...