By Michel Cousins.
Tripoli, 15 April 2014:
The first shipment of oil out of the Marsa Al-Hariga terminal at Torbruk is expected to . . .[restrict]start being loaded tomorrow, according to sources at the Arabian Gulf Oil Company (AGOCO)
Officials at the company, have confirmed a report published by NOC on its website today that an oil tanker, the Aegean Dignity, is near the terminal and will start being loaded with one million barrels of oil tomorrow.
No oil has been moved from the terminal, which is managed by AGOCO, since July last year. It is one of two eastern oil terminals being reopened under a deal struck just over a week ago between the government and Cyrenaica federalists led by Ibrahim Jadhran. Last week, the official Petroleum Facilities Guard said its forces were in control of it.
The tanker is reportedly being chartered by an Italian company. [/restrict]