Disruptions shift Libya's fuel mix as oil imports begin

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Less than two years after the civil war which toppled the Gaddafi regime, disruption to Libya's oil and gas industry has shifted the domestic fuel mix and forced the country to begin importing oil. Protests targeting the oil and gas industry are holding Libya's primary source of revenue hostage. Oil production levels hit a post-civil war low of 130,000 barrels of oil per day in September down from 1.4 million barrels per day and exports are intermittent. The downturn in supply is now...

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  • Electricity output by fuel (2005-2020)
  • Electricity demand by sector (2005-2020)
  • Major Libyan infrastructure - pipelines, refineries and GECOL power plants
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  • Oil demand by sector (2005-2020)
  • Gas demand by sector (2005-2020)

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