Italy’s Eni has announced that Libya’s Mellitah oil and gas terminal has returned to normal after operations were briefly halted by an armed group, according to Reuters.

“The situation has returned to normal and the plant has restarted operations regularly,” an Eni spokesman said in an emailed comment to Reuters.

Mellitah is a joint-venture between Eni and Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC). Oil and gas produced there is exported via a port 100 kilometers (km) west of Tripoli near the Tunisian border.

Libya has recently experienced a wave of oil fields reopening with Sharara and El Feel oil fields resuming operations after a four month hiatus.