Es Sider

  • Libya’s al-Bayda Oilfield Resumes Operations: Engineer

    Libya’s al-Bayda Oilfield Resumes Operations: Engineer

    Wednesday, 31st October 2018

    Libya’s al-Bayda oilfield has resumed operations following five months of inactivity due to heavy fighting.

  • Libya Hydrocarbon Revenues Fall $455M in August

    Libya Hydrocarbon Revenues Fall $455M in August

    Monday, 29th October 2018

    Libya’s oil and gas revenues have fallen to roughly $1.57 billion in August, a $445 million drop off from the previous month, the Libyan National Oil Company (NOC) announced on October 26.

  • Libya Declares Force Majeure on Supplies, Oil Rises

    Libya Declares Force Majeure on Supplies, Oil Rises

    Tuesday, 3rd July 2018

    Libya has declared a force majeure on significant ammounts of its supply, pushing oil prices to highs not seen since 2014.

  • Libyan Oil Ports Close After Armed Clashes

    Libyan Oil Ports Close After Armed Clashes

    Thursday, 14th June 2018

    Armed clashes have halted oil loadings at Libya’s Es Sider and Ras Lanuf oil ports, and at least one storage tank at Ras Lanuf was set alight.

  • Libyan Pipeline Blown Up

    Libyan Pipeline Blown Up

    Wednesday, 27th December 2017

    A key Libyan pipeline to the port at Es Sider was blown up on Tuesday.

  • First Tanker Docked at Libya’s Es Sider Port

    First Tanker Docked at Libya’s Es Sider Port

    Wednesday, 21st December 2016
    An oil tanker docked at the East Libyan port of Es Sider late December to load the first cargo of crude since the terminal reopened following a two-year closure.
  • Es Sider To Resume Oil Exports

    Es Sider To Resume Oil Exports

    Monday, 24th October 2016
    Libya's Es Sider is to resume exports with its first cargo since force majeure was declared on loadings from the port in December 2014. The cargo will be potentially lifted by Libya's National Oil Corporation (NOC) during November.
  • Libya to Produce 900,000b/d of Oil

    Libya to Produce 900,000b/d of Oil

    Monday, 17th October 2016
    The Libyan National Oil Corporation's (NOC) Chairman, Mustafa Sanallah, said that Libya's oil production had passed 554,000b/d and was on track to hit the 900,000b/d mark by the end of 2016.
  • Libya Starts Repair at Es Sider Oil Port

    Libya Starts Repair at Es Sider Oil Port

    Tuesday, 9th August 2016
    Libya has started maintenance work at Es Sider port, the nation’s largest oil export terminal, as part of plans to increase output from Africa’s biggest holder of crude reserves.
  • Libya’s NOC Signs Agreement to Reopen Oil Ports

    Libya’s NOC Signs Agreement to Reopen Oil Ports

    Sunday, 31st July 2016
    The Libyan UN-backed authorities have reached an agreement with the Petroleum Facilities Guards (PFG), an armed brigade monitoring the two main oil ports Ras Lanuf and Es Sider, to bring an end to a blockade and restart crude exports.