Libya’s oil production decreased by about 1,000 barrels, as the National Oil Corporation (NOC) announced Thursday that the production of crude oil amounted to 1.223 million barrels, while the production of condensate reached 53,000 barrels during the past 24 hours.
The Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC) expressed Thursday its regret over the death of one person and injury of another in an explosion at the Nitrogen Unit of Well A55 of the Zueitina Oil Company’s al-Intisar Field.
Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC) said Sunday gas production at the al-Farigh field of Waha Oil Company increased to reach 149 million cubic feet per day.
Libya’s oil production declined on Friday by about 6000 barrels per day from the production on Wednesday and Thursday, as the National Oil Corporation (NOC) said the crude oil production rates amounted to one million and 207 thousand barrels, while the production of condensate reached 52 thousand barrels.
Chairman of the Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC), Farhat bengdara, has appointed Mohamed al-Fantari as chairman of Sirte Oil and Gas Company.
The workers of the Libyan Fertilizer Company (LIFECO) managed Tuesday evening to restart the second ammonia and urea plants after a stop of more than seventy days, according to the National Oil Corporation (NOC).
Workers at Libyan oil and gas sector expressed their dissatisfaction and complete rejection of statements of US ambassador Richard Norland and UN advisor Stephanie Williams and “their blatant interference in the management of the oil sector in Libya,” pointing out that this is considered a violation of the state’s sovereignty and independence.
The Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC) and its companies has achieved a relative increase in oil production, with current production reaching 860,000 barrels per day, while the pre-reopening production rate was 560,000 barrels per day, according to NOC.
Outgoing Libyan Prime minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh has admitted that he had made a deal to re-form the board of directors of the National Oil Corporation in exchange for solving the problem of the suspension of oil exports, in agreement with all the members of the new council who hail from different regions such as Zintan, Misrata, the South, Benghazi and the Oil Crescent region.
The Libyan outgoing Prime Minister, Abdel Hamid Dbeibeh, said the appointment of the new board of directors for the National Oil Corporation (NOC) came in agreement with several political parties, denying that any deal was made to change the former board headed by Mustafa Sanalla.