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Pumping Resumes  After Blast
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Pumping Resumes After Blast

Libya resumed pumping crude from its southeastern Sarir and Messla fields to Hariga port at a rate of around 30,000 barrels a day, bolstering a potential recovery in exports after Zueitina port opened at the weekend. Oil exports had fallen to less than 200,000 bpd with the closure of the eastern Hariga port due to the pipeline blast a week ago, TradeArabia reported.

 

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