One of Libya’s state oil producers said it would have to cut as much as 100,000 barrels a day of output this week, a further sign that a budgetary crisis is threatening the OPEC member’s energy industry. Sirte Oil Co. will be forced to “reduce production and halt it completely within 72 hours,” the company said in a statement Thursday to its parent, the National Oil Corp . The eastern-based firm blamed its “very critical financial situation, the inability to fulfill contractual obligations to contractors, accumulation of debts and the lack of spare parts, fuel and chemicals required for the operations.” The government decided on Wednesday to transfer 1.05 billion dinars ($234 million) to the NOC, Oil Minister Mohamed Oun said in a response to questions from Bloomberg. While that may ease some of the problems, it’s still less than what the sector was meant to have been allocated […]