Issue 384 - 17 Jan 2019
Adecision by National Oil Corporation (NOC) not to renew the three-year-old deal giving Glencore the exclusive right to lift crude from the Marsa Al-Harigah terminal outside Tobruk demonstrates how much the conditions under which Libya exports crude have changed in the past year. The hoped-for resumption of operations at the Ras Lanuf oil refinery in April – if it can be achieved – will change the picture further.
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