Libya’s production recovery is slowing as the country’s ageing oil infrastructure comes under pressure, with more falls likely in coming days due to series of pipeline leaks, the chairman of state-owned National Oil Corporation said June 9. Not registered? Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now Mustafa Sanalla, speaking at the Libya Investment Conference, said the country’s crude output had fallen by 50,000 b/d in recent days due to issues at the Sharara, the largest oil field, along with pipeline leaks which were affecting operations at the Waha oil fields. Related story: Libya self-reports April crude output of 1.168 million b/d to OPEC The pipeline leaks at the Waha oil fields could cause an output of loss around 160,000 b/d if the leaks were not fixed imminently, Sanalla said. The 32-inch pipeline which carries crude from the Samah and Dahra oilfields to the Es […]