The head of Libya’s state-owned oil company has called out foreign powers for meddling in the country’s oil sector, accusing them of preventing the North African producer from restarting production. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now National Oil Corporation Chairman Mustafa Sanalla also said he was deeply concerned by the presence of Russian and other foreign mercenaries, who had recently entered the 300,000 b/d Sharara field to meet with the petroleum facilities guards. “We do not need Russian and other foreign mercenaries in Libyan oilfields whose goal is to prevent oil production,” said Sanalla. “Libya’s oil is for the Libyan people, and I completely reject attempts by foreign countries to prevent the resumption […]