Al-Sharara oil field operational after blocked oil pipeline reopened
The Chief of the Petroleum Facilities Guard (PFG) Colonel Idriss Abu Khamada has reached a deal with the protesters to reopen the oil pipeline of Riyaina and then resume work at Al-Sharara oil field.
The PFG’s media bureau said also that the step is very essential to the oil production of the country.
Meanwhile, Al-Zintan elders council said it had convinced the protesters who ere closing the pipeline to open it for the best of the country and the people.
The PFG’s media bureau also said that following this step is also the resumption of work at Al-Feel oil field, which together with Al-Sharara will add to Libya’s oil output.
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