LIBYA

A deal between Tripoli and federalists who have kept oil export terminals shut for almost a year could kick start production in the east of the country.

The fortunes of Libya’s oil sector could be revived by an unexpected turn in the country’s chaotic politics, which has raised the prospect of renewed exports from ports that were shut almost a year ago.

A federalist movement that last July occupied eastern Libya’s key oil ports this week announced it would hand...