Highlights Russia’s Tatneft had suspended work several times Sanalla calls on other IOCs to boost activities in Libya Libyan crude output about 35% below peak levels Russia’s Tatneft has resumed upstream activities in Libya, state-owned National Oil Corp. said Oct. 15, as the two companies’ start-stop relationship appears to have improved. Not registered? Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now Tatneft’s operations in Libya have been suspended multiple times over the last decade due to security concerns, including a five-year stoppage from 2014-2019. But the company, which signed four production service agreements with NOC in the Ghadames and Sirte basins, has recently restarted seismic exploration in Block 4/82 in the Al-Hamada area. “What Tatneft is doing today by resuming its exploration programs is a clear indication of the improvement in security conditions and that Libya has once again returned to the ranks of targeted […]