- Access to key oilfields and key port facilities has changed hands constantly over the past few years, resulting in a start-stop rhythm that has sapped productivity and, more than once, forced Libya's National Oil Corporation (NOC) to issue force majeure on its exports.
- The deal, brokered in Moscow between the warlord Haftar and Vice President of the Libyan Presidential Council Ahmed Maiteeq calls for the ‘unrestrained' resumption of crude oil production that has been at a near standstill since January 2020.
- Shortly after the announcement of the deal, the NOC announced that it would kick off restarting oil production and exports, lifting an 8-month force majeure situation, but only at ‘secure terminals and facilities'.
New service from OilVoice
is for companies who need to track their staff in areas of risk.
It's free to use, so we invite you to try it