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Déjà vu for Libyan oil exports

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14 August 2013

Déjà vu for Libyan oil exports

Report summary

Libya's oil production fell to 330,000 b/d in early August, following closure of export terminals by striking workers. Settlements are expected, that lead to the re-opening of installations in the short term. But further disruptions are likely in the absence of long lasting solutions to problems of unemployment and insecurity.

Table of contents

  • Disruptions to oil exports worsen
  • Which IOCs are affected?
  • Another blow to investor confidence
  • Mediterranean refiners struggle with less crude supply
  • Upward pressure on oil prices
  • No easy solutions

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This report includes 4 images and tables including:

  • Libyan refineries and export infrastructure
  • Libyan export terminals and refineries
  • Average annual oil production by blend (‘000 b/d)
  • 2013 Average monthly oil production by blend (‘000 b/d)

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