The Chairman of the National Oil Corporation Mustafa Sanallah discussed with German ambassador to Libya Oliver Owcza the security status at oil ports and fields as well as the gradual resumption of oil production.
The Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC) has announced the lifting of force majeure on Zueitina oil port as of September 22, saying that the operator of the Zueitina Oil Company has been instructed to initiate production arrangements.
The National Oil Corporation (NOC) has said it is proceeding with arrangements to resume export operations from safe ports, confirming tankers will arrive consecutively from tomorrow, Wednesday, to ship the available stock of crRead more
An official at the National Oil Corporation (NOC) said on Sunday that the oil port of Hariqa will receive the crude oil tanker, ‘Marlin Shikoku’, arriving from the Netherlands next Thursday.Read more
The National Oil Corporation (NOC) has announced a partial lifting of force majeure which include only "safe" ports, as described by the company, stressing it's adhering to professional and non-political constants in aRead more
The National Oil Corporation (NOC) has reiterated its rejection of attempts to politicize the oil crisis in the country, saying it will not allow the oil sector to be used as a bargaining chip in a "fruitless negotiatiRead more
The National Oil Corporation (NOC) announced on Sunday that losses due to the stoppage of production and exports amounted to 9.8 billion dollars since last January, noting that the period of closure has now reached 240Read more
The head of the National Oil Corporation (NOC), Mustafa Sanallah, accused some parties of placing their interests and those of foreign countries above the favor of the Libyan people, stressing it is making every effortRead more