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S. Sudan to Produce 350,000b/d of Oil

South Sudan is planning to increase its oil production from 130,000 to 350,000b/d despite the ongoing armed conflict.

Yemen Refinery Resumes Operations as Conflict Brews

Yemen's 150,000 b/d Aden refinery resumed operations after being shut for more than five months

Libya’s Official Government Can’t Sell Oil Directly

Libya's official government, based in the east since fleeing the capital, has so far failed to sell oil by itself, despite setting up a Dubai bank account and new central bank unit, industry and banking sources say.

Eastern Libyan State Oil Firm Selects Boards for Two Subsidiaries

A state oil firm controlled by Libya's internationally recognised government has appointed boards for two state-run oil subsidiaries, officials said on Monday.

75,000 Barrels to Be Lifted from Libya’s Zueitina Port

A tanker has docked at the eastern Libyan port of Zueitina port to lift 750,000 barrels of crude.

East’s Bid to Control Libya Oil Wealth Is Not Looking Promising

Libya's official government, operating out of hotels in the east after being driven from the capital, is unlikely to succeed in plans announced last week to divert the country's oil export income away from Tripoli.

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