A Libyan oil executive called on international investors to remain committed to the country, adding economic problems could have a spillover effect. Mustafa Sanalla, the head of Libya’s National Oil Corp., welcomed Christian Buck, the German ambassador to Libya, to his offices. Both sides relayed concerns about the suspension of crude oil exports and production problems stemming from disputes over authority in the Libyan oil belt. Libya’s NOC rejected a move last week by the Libyan National Army to move on exports from the Gulf of Sirte. U.N. Security Council resolutions recognize the NOC as the legitimate authority in the country. The LNA move followed militant raids on oil storage depots in the east of the country that sidelined […]