Libya gains balance Nigerian oil loss

15 Jul 2017   Libya, Nigeria, OPEC

Officials from a state oil company in Libya brief representatives from Norwegian energy company Statoil about the potential to bring production back to normal levels. Photo courtesy of the Libyan National Oil Corp. July 14 (UPI) — Disruption to Nigerian oil exports is offset by production gains from Libya, which is on pace to add another 100,000 barrels per day to the market, a market report found. Nigeria and Libya are two members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries exempt from a multilateral effort to balance the market with production declines so they can steer oil revenue to national security efforts. Since the deal was implemented in January, both countries have stabilized somewhat and in part undermined the broader OPEC-led effort. OPEC economists in their monthly market report for July said that, combined, Nigeria and Libya were adding about a quarter million barrels of oil per day to […]

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