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Smoke shrouded the headquarters of the Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC) in Tripoli [Hani Amara-Reuters]

Two dead as gunmen attack headquarters of Libya national oil firm

Armed men on Monday stormed the headquarters of Libya’s National Oil Company in Tripoli killing at least two people, officials said, as witnesses spoke of hearing a blast and gunfire.
Smoke and flame rise from an oil storage tank that was set on fire amid fighting between rival factions at Ras Lanuf terminal, Libya in this handout picture released on June 18, 2018. The National Oil Corporation. Handout via Reuters

NOC: All oil exports suspended from Libya’s east

All oil exports from Libya’s east have been suspended after operations halted at two key ports, the Tripoli-based National Oil Corporation said Monday, in a further blow to the vital sector.
Smoke and flame rise from an oil storage tank that was set on fire amid fighting between rival factions at Ras Lanuf terminal, Libya in this handout picture released on June 18, 2018. The National Oil Corporation. Handout via Reuters

NOC: Libya oil output faces further cuts

The oil ports at Ras Lanuf and Al-Sidra were seized from local militias last week by military strongman Khalifa Haftar, who said all future revenues from the terminals under his control would be handed over to an unrecognised administration in the east of the country.

Libya strongman’s jets strike rivals targeting oil terminals

Libyan strongman Khalifa Haftar's forces on Friday launched air strikes against a rival militia targeting key oil facilities in the east of the country, a spokesperson for his group said.

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