Libya’s 70,000 bpd Abu Attifel oil field restarts after ports reopen – engineer, source
BENGHAZI, Libya, July 12 (Reuters) – Libya’s Abu Attifel oil field, which had been shut for about two weeks due to a stand-off at eastern export terminals, has resumed operations, an engineer and a Libyan oil source said on Thursday.
The oil source said the production restart would be gradual, and that the field’s recent output had been 50,000-60,000 barrels per day (bpd), a little below its 70,000 bpd capacity. (Reporting by Ayman al-Warfalli and Ahmad Ghaddar Writing by Aidan Lewis Editing by Alexandra Hudson)
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