Libya: Crude production bounces back
Florence Eid-Oakden, Ph.D., Chief Economist
Robin Mills, Energy Analyst
Charlene Rahall, Roa Ibrahim, Maryam Salman, Analysts
Crude production in August rebounded to an annual average of around 1 Mb/d after falling to a 15-month low of 660 Kb/d in July.
Exports have been more stable than production in recent months due to crude being loaded from Libya’s storage units (including floating storage at Zawiyah).
Ahead of national elections currently planned for 10 December, it is less likely the Libyan National Army (LNA) and the Petroleum Facilities Guard (PFG) will engage in another military standoff.
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