Libyan factions push for NOC supremo Sanalla’s dismissal

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Issue 443 - 22 Jul 2021 - By John Hamilton | 6 minute read

A keystone of Libya’s oil and gas industry for the past seven years, National Oil Corporation chairman Mustafa Sanalla is under intense pressure, with his position weakened by further deterioration in an antagonistic relationship with oil minister Mohammed Aoun and demands for his dismissal from leaders of the Cyrenaica-based House of Representatives. It comes at a time when Libya is ill-prepared for any disruption to its main source of foreign currency revenues, writes John Hamilton.

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