Libya crude exports stall as port blockade enters second week
Oil and gas revenues are distributed via the central bank to the UN-backed and internationally recognised government of Tripoli and General Haftar’s rival administration in the east, which controls those ports that are now closed
Some 940,000 bpd has been removed from the market while Libyan exports remain paralysed for a second consecutive week as eastern military commander General Haftar Khalifa maintains his blockade on ports under his control
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