Libya’s oil production is bouncing back from the latest oil blockade that was triggered in the aftermath of failed elections. Libya’s oil production reached 1.2 million barrels per day after the blockade was lifted, although uncertainty remains over whether the lifting of the blockade is final. If Libya is to regain its reputation as a reliable oil producer, it has to not only overcome its political problems but must invest heavily in its infrastructure. Libya’s oil output is finally increasing following the political crisis that restarted earlier this year following the failed Presidential elections of December 2021. The country is now attempting to ramp up its crude production through the summer months. As global demand stays strong and oil prices continue to increase, Libya has repeatedly tried to stabilize its oil production. However, a plethora of challenges has stood in the way of steady oil output in recent years. […]