Libya's oil production is now at more than 400,000 barrels per day (bpd), an increase from recent levels when fighting between rival armed groups closed two key ports, an official from the National Oil Corporation said.
Libya has resumed pumping crude from its southeastern Sarir field to Hariga port, a spokesman for state oil operator Agoco said on Monday, bolstering a potential recovery in exports from the country's east after Zueitina port opened at the w
It will take around 10 days to resume oil exports from Libya's eastern port of Hariga as workers repair and test a damaged pipeline linking it with the Sarir oilfield, officials said on Sunday.
Hariga's closure has reduced
The capacity of Iraqi Kurdistan's independent oil pipeline will almost double to at least 200,000 barrels per day by the end of this month, helping the semi-autonomous region increase exports and revenue, industry sources and officials said.
Kenya has awarded a 43 billion shilling ($490.31 million) contract to build a fuel pipeline linking Mombasa and Nairobi to Lebanese construction firm Zakhem International, the state-run Kenya Pipeline Company (KPC) said.
KPC has s
Iraq's central government has asked the autonomous Kurdish region to connect its new oil pipeline with one from Kirkuk to Ceyhan in Turkey in a way that allows Baghdad to measure crude flows, Iraq's deputy prime minister for energy affai
Sudan has informed South Sudan that it has shut an oil pipeline that is used to transport crude from the South's oilfields for export, a senior company official said on Sunday.
"We were informed that the pipeline has now
Two bombs exploded on Saturday close to minor oil pipelines carrying crude from a major oilfield near Iraq's northern city of Kirkuk, according to security and oil sources who said exports to the Ceyhan port in Turkey were not affected.
Sudan aims to raise $1 billion to $1.5 billion this year with Islamic "sukuk" bonds that offer stakes in an oil pipeline, a move the African country hopes will draw more Gulf Arab investment to its debt market, a senior official said on Monday.&nb