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Libya pumps 30,000bpd to Hariga port after pipeline repair

Libya has resumed pumping crude from its southeastern Sarir and Messla fields to Hariga port at a rate of around 30,000 barrels a day (bpd), an industry source said, bolstering a potential recovery in exports after Zueitina port opened at the we

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Libya resumes pumping crude from biggest field to Hariga port

Libya has resumed pumping crude from its southeastern Sarir field to Hariga port, a spokesman for state oil operator Agoco said, bolstering a potential recovery in exports from the country's east after Zueitina port opened at the weekend.

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Libya resumes pumping crude from biggest field

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

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Libya to exclude Turkish firms from contracts

Libya's internationally recognised government has said it will end all contracts with companies from Turkey, a country it has accused of supporting a rival administration. The government of Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni di

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Libya to exclude Turkish firms from contracts

Libya's internationally recognised government has said it will end all contracts with companies from Turkey, a country it has accused of supporting a rival administration. The government of Prime Minister Abdullah Al-Thinni di

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Pipeline repair to curb Libya oil exports

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

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Egypt, Qatar trade barbs in dispute over Libya strikes

Qatar has recalled its ambassador from Cairo after an Egyptian diplomat accused the Doha government of supporting terrorism in a dispute over Egyptian air strikes on Islamic State targets in Libya. Egyptian warplanes bombed sites

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Libyan oil exports all but shut off as violence spreads

Libya's oil exports have collapsed to just a trickle from two small offshore platforms, officials and industry sources said, as violence in the country has shut all major ports. Not a single crude oil tanker has departed Libya

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Egypt closes airspace, says Libya airport

A Libyan commercial plane bound for Istanbul was forced to return to Tripoli on Tuesday after Egypt banned overflying its airspace, Tripoli airport and the Libyan airline said. Egypt launched air strikes on Monday on suspected tar

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Fear and silence in Libya as divisions deepen

On the surface life looks normal in the Libyan capital. Cafes are bustling with customers sipping cappuccino, while well-stocked shops sell anything from Italian underwear to French cheese. But as in the days of Muammar Gaddafi, m

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