Libya’s state National Oil Corporation (NOC) announced yesterday that since it has lifted the state of force majeure last week, it has increased oil production from 560,000 barrels per day (bpd) to 860,000 bpd. It considers this a ‘‘relatively high volume of production’’ in such a short period of time.
It further stated that it is striving to increase production and return it to its normal rates of 1.2 million bpd within two weeks.
Changing the NOC board was not a political deal with external states but an internal agreement: Aldabaiba (libyaherald.com)
Libya’s oil blockade lifted 24 hours after Sanalla’s removal (libyaherald.com)
Bengdara installed into NOC Tripoli headquarters as new chairman (libyaherald.com)
As Sanalla refuses to give up his post: NOC Tripoli headquarters surrounded by pro Aldabaiba forces (libyaherald.com)
Defiant Sanalla refuses to handover NOC chairmanship (libyaherald.com)
NOC lifts force majeure at Brega and Zueitina oil ports (libyaherald.com)
NOC chairman Mustafa Sanalla and board of directors sacked by Aldabaiba – Bengdara appointed (libyaherald.com)
Aldabaiba agrees to replace Sanalla as head of NOC: News and analysis (libyaherald.com)
NOC chairman Sanalla suspended from his post and referred for investigation by Oil Minister – his replacement declines the temporary post (libyaherald.com)
Sanalla hits back at Oil Minister Aoun – Aldabaiba to decide their fate in Sunday meeting (libyaherald.com)
Aldabaiba’s Aoun-Sanalla crisis summit: Kiss and make up or slap on the wrist? (libyaherald.com)
Oil Minister Aoun suspends NOC Chairman Sanalla from his post and refers him for investigation for a second time (libyaherald.com)
Ministry of Oil says NOC board will be reformed and Sanalla still suspended – will Sanalla survive Aldabaiba’s planned reshuffle? (libyaherald.com)
NOC welcomes Aldabaiba’s reversal of Oil Minister’s decision to suspend chairman Sanalla (libyaherald.com)