By Jamal Adel.
Tripoli, 28 May 2014:
The Petroleum Facility Guards (PFG) has blocked operations at the Hariga oil port in Tobruk, reportedly . . .[restrict] in protest at three months of unpaid salaries. The move came after the group had already forced Sarir oil field to stop production and the Messla field to reduce output. Both fields pipe their production to Hariga,
“PFG members disrupted work at the Hariga port because of three months of unpaid salaries,” Arabian Gulf Oil Company (AGOCO) official Omran Al-Zuwai told the Libya Herald.