Libyan force majeure

Crude prices continued to be under pressure during yesterday’s intraday session but remained above 71 $/b at the prompt. Lybian exports were curtailed by the National Oil Corp, estimating that production at Waha and El Sharara was reduced by 300 kb/d as of this weekend, invoking force majeure on parts of its export program at Zawiya and Mellitah ports. 

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