Fighting has shut two key crude export terminals and halted Waha oil output.

Fighting around Es Sider and Ras Lanuf forced the closure of two of Libya’s main oil export terminals in early March, eroding crude production increases made in recent months (see p3). The decision to close the facilities was taken as a precaution as rival militias competed for control of the only recently re-opened outlets. Output fell by close to 100,000 b/d in the first two weeks of March from about...