Ras Lanuf Ships First Crude Since 2014
Bloomberg reports that a tanker loaded with 781,000 barrels of crude left the port of Ras Lanuf bound for Italy on 20 September. This was the first crude shipment since November 2014.
The Seadelta left the port of Ras Lanuf with 781,000 barrels of crude, Nasser Delaab, petroleum operations inspector at Harouge Oil Operations, said by phone. The tanker earlier had to interrupt the loading and move offshore due to a clash over control of the terminal. The ship left as Libya struggles to form a unified national government amid a five-year conflict over energy resources and political power.
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