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Mustafa Sanalla

Sirte Oil Company halts production due to lack of funds

Due to a lack of sufficient funds, the Sirte Oil Company (SOC) declared that it would be unable to continue producing oil, resulting in a 72-hour production halt. This was revealed in a letter from the company's Chairman of the Board of…

NOC declares force majeure on Al-Hariga oil port

Libya's National Oil Corporation (NOC) declared a state of force majeure as of April 19 on Al-Hariga oil port and ceased all production and export of crude oil shipments through the port.According to a statement issued by the NOC, the…

NOC calls for the release of PFG salaries

In a letter sent to the Head of the Government of National Accord (GNA) Fayez Al-Serraj, Chairman of Libya's National Oil Corporation (NOC) Mustafa Sanalla called for the immediate release for the delayed salaries of the eastern-based…

Libyan oil and gas revenues plummeted by 92% in 2020

Official statistics have shown that because of the blockade enforced on oil facilities by Haftar forces, Libya's oil revenues decreased by 92% last year, a steep plummet that played a massive role in debilitating the economy by cutting off…

NOC and Akakus oil discuss increasing oil production

Chairman of the Libyan National Oil Corporation Mustafa Sanalla met with the chairman of management operations, Ahmed Ammar in Akakus Oil to discuss increasing production rates.According to a statement issued by the NOC on its social…

Derregia accuses Al-Sarraj of toying with public funds

The former chairman of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA), Dr. Mohsen Derregia, revealed that the head of the Presidential Council Fayez al-Sarraj has established an oil company in London this past May that's run by the head of marketing…

Outcome of emergency oil revenue meeting

In a press release, the Presidential Council of the Government of National Accord (GNA) said that the meeting addressed the consequences of freezing the oil revenues and that the best interest of the Libyan people was put above all else.…

Libya’s black market exchange rate reaches record numbers

Foreign currency exchange rates in the Libyan black market have reached record numbers for the first time in years.The dollar on Monday night spiked to 7.03 LYD, a 4.56% increase, which is a number it hasn't risen to since 2017.The…

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