By Libya Herald staff
Tripoli, 8 June 2014:
Crude oil exports by Libya’s NOC through its various ports in the first quarter of . . .[restrict]2014 totaled only 24,285,720 barrels.
Libya’s oil exports reached their pre 17 February revolution level of 1.5 million barrels in 2012. However, a series of strikes and political blockades, including that of the oil ports by federalists in the summer of 2013, have brought exports down to less than 200,000 barrels per day.
Speaking to Libya’s state news agency LANA, the Central . . .