In its latest information bulletin on the oil blockade of ports and pipelines released yesterday, Libya’s state National Oil Corporation (NOC) confirmed a drop in production to the current level of 191,475 b/d, as of Wednesday February 12, 2020, with losses at US$ 1,380,468,480. The NOC renewed its call for all blockades to be lifted to allow it ‘‘to resume production immediately, for the sake of Libya and its people’’. It reported that it continues to supply hydrocarbons to the Central and Eastern regions in sufficient quantities to meet the transport and domestic needs of citizens. A gasoline tanker was unloading yesterday at Benghazi port. The city of Tobruk and the rest of the Eastern region is being supplied directly from Benghazi. Storage facilities in Tripoli and some surrounding areas, as well as in Southern regions, are still facing supply shortages due to the security situation, it […]