Libya is in the middle of another production setback due to a halt in crude exports from the 230,000 b/d Marsa el-Hariga terminal, shipping and industry sources said Feb. 9. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now State-owned National Oil Corporation’s subsidiary, the Arabian Gulf Oil Company, which operates the fields that feed into export grade Sarir/Mesla, have shut in almost 120,000 b/d of production in the last week, sources added. Shipping data showed that no Libyan crude was exported from the terminal since Jan. 21, almost three weeks ago. This comes as a militia controlling key eastern terminals have briefly shut down shipments in a long-festering salary dispute. The Petroleum Facilities Guard militia group […]