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
Tables and charts
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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)