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Tankers leave Libya without cargoes

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Christian Fernsby ▼ | January 30, 2020
The suspension of oil exports due to the closure of oil fields and ports has cost more than 500 million U.S. dollars so far, Libya's National Oil Corporation (NOC) said yesterday.
Libya National Oil Corporation
Energy in Libya   Libya National Oil Corporation
"On 28 January 2020, oil production reached 288,181 barrels per day. Total value of losses since the beginning of blockades has reached 562,323,991 U.S. Dollars as of Tuesday 28 January 2020," the country's state oil company said.

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"National Oil Corporation (NOC) renews its call for all blockades to be lifted to allow the Corporation to resume production immediately," it added.

Tribal leaders in eastern Libya closed oil ports recently, accusing the UN-backed government of using oil revenues to support armed groups against the east-based army.