The dispute over so-called field allowances paid to Libya’s Petroleum Facilities Guard has returned, with the potential to lead to some oil terminal closures later this month, industry sources said April 12. Not registered? Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now The PFG, which controls key eastern terminals and some oil fields in Libya, has clashed with the finance ministry over salary and field allowance payments in the past few months. On April 11, the PFG at Libya’s 300,000 b/d Es Sider terminal wrote a letter threatening to shut down exports by April 25 if their March salaries did not include field allowances. Last week, the branch of the PFG stationed at the 300,000 […]