Libya’s oil production reached 680,000 barrels per day

oil and gas - November 1, 2020

Libya's production of crude oil reached 680,000 barrels of crude oil per day, as it was 500,000 barrels earlier this month, according to Reuters.

This development came after the National Oil Corporation announcement of lifting the force majeure on the El Feel oil field, and the complete end to the closures in all Libyan fields and ports, the source added.

Oil production in Libya was halted for more than eight months after the militia of the warlord Khalifa Haftar closed oil facilities, which caused losses to the country exceeding 10 billion dollars.


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