Desert security fears threaten Libyan rebel plan to restart fields

Issue 213 - 16 Jul 2011 - By John Hamilton

The Benghazi-based Interim National Council plans to restart oil production from fields under its control by the end of August. But the cash-strapped rebels have yet to secure their southern flank against the threat posed by desert-based forces loyal to Colonel Muammar Qadhafi, writes John Hamilton

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