Talks to restart the bulk of Libya’s crude output and end the eight-month-long blockade on the country’s oil exports are ongoing, with the issue of distribution of oil revenues still being ironed out, sources close to the matter said Sept. 14. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now These negotiations have been making some progress, according to some sources, but the situation is still volatile as the country remains fractured along eastern and western lines. “We could see a deal agreed to restart output by the end of this week. There has been progress but it is also realistic to have a healthy dose of skepticism,” said one Libya-based source. The North African oil producer has been wracked by conflict between […]