Oil production at Libya’s El Feel field in the southwest of the country restarted Thursday after clashes and air strikes between rival powers had shut down the key facility, state-owned National Oil Corporation said in a statement. The 90,000 b/d capacity oil field in the Murzuq Basin is the latest flashpoint as two rival powers — the forces loyal to the UN-backed Government of National Accord and the Libyan National Army — have engaged in a civil war since April. The field was producing around 75,000 b/d earlier this year. NOC confirmed production had resumed after it was shuttered after the LNA carried out air strikes at the site and regained control of the field. “No NOC employees were harmed. Facilities sustained some minor damage but workers were able to resume […]