Crude export operations have returned to normal at two major Libyan oil ports after days of protests and sit-ins that had disrupted loadings, the National Oil Corporation (NOC) said on Thursday. Protesters at Libya’s oil export terminals Es Sider and Ras Lanuf erupted last week, disrupting oil tanker loadings. Loading operations and exports from a third oil port, Hariga, were also blocked due to protests over the past week. Protesters at the Es Sider terminal derailed the loading of a Suezmax tanker, Yannis P, sources familiar with the situation told Bloomberg in the middle of last week. The demonstrators were demanding that NOC’s chairman Mustafa Sanalla resign. In a separate protest, graduates were protesting at the port of Tobruk in eastern Libya, demanding employment, Argus reported last week, citing Libyan shipping sources. This week, NOC announced on Wednesday the end of the sit-in at the Hariga oil port and […]