Libya Working to Reopen Oil Ports After Crude Producer Unity

  • No timing for lifting of force majeure on ports yet: NOC
  • Four of biggest oil ports shut due to politics, fighting

The Marsa al-Hariga oil terminal in eastern Libya.

Photographer: Abdullah Doma/AFP via Getty Images

Libya’s government of national unity is working to reopen four of the OPEC country’s biggest oil ports after securing a deal to help unify the fractured nation’s state energy company.

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