Libyan oil production is down by about a quarter-million barrels per day because of clashes at two export terminals, the national oil company said Thursday. “The National Oil Corp. has evacuated staff from both Sidra and Ras Lanuf terminals for their safety due to armed clashes in the area,” the company stated. “The loss in oil production is around 240,000 barrels per day and a planned tanker entry today to Sidra has been postponed.” Libyan oil production has been hampered by conflicts stemming from the civil war that erupted in the wake of the Arab Spring movements earlier in the decade. Intense fighting near export terminals in early 2015 left oil storage depots ablaze and shut in exports for about a month. […]