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        EU's Operation IRINI seizes "illegal" shipment of armoured vehicles bound for Libya

        The European Union Naval Operation IRINI announced that it inspected a Dutch-flagged merchant ship bound for Libya and the "illegal cargo" it was carrying onboard.

        Libya’s complicated push for more oil production

        Political upheaval threatens the nation’s top export, including a spring shutdown of oil fields that deeply cut production. But Tripoli has resumed higher output at a critical time.

        Libya’s Economic Chaos Worsens As Result of Global Oil And Gas Supply Crisis

        Libya sits on the largest known oil reserves in Africa and is heavily dependent on revenues from oil and gas exports. In more recent years, it has been controlled at various points by rebels and the..

        Operation IRINI finds cargo in breach of UN arms embargo

        On 18 July, Operation IRINI conducted an inspection of the MV VICTORY RORO off the coast of Libya. The ship was found to be transporting vehicles to Libya in breach of the UN arms embargo.

        Libya suspends oil shipments from key port amid political crisis

        Libya’s state oil company suspended shipments from the key eastern port of Ras Lanuf, according to people familiar with the matter, amid a worsening political crisis in the OPEC member. The National..

        Groundhog day in Libya

        ‘Libya has two prime ministers. Again. Groundhog day,’ Anas El Gomati, Director of Libya’s Sadeq Institute think tank, tweeted recently. Once again, the chronically troubled country has two rival..

        Libya To Open All Ports When Oil Revenue Dispute Is Resolved

        Libya expects to open all its oil loading terminals after it sets up a mechanism for a fair distribution of the country’s oil revenues among the regions, Parliament Speaker Aqila Saleh told U.S...

        Al-Zawiya oil facility damaged during clashes

        Clashes between government-allied militias caused damage to at least 29 oil sites, including storage tanks, at the Zawiya refinery complex

        Political rift sparks Libyan force majeure

        Libya’s National Oil Corp. (NOC) has declared force majeure on exports of Mellitah crude, following problems at the El Feel field.

        Libya Seizes 100,000 Litres of Smuggled Fuel

        On Sunday, Libya’s 444th Combat Brigade, affiliated with the Government of National Unity (GNU) forces, announced the arrest of several people and the seizure of three trucks loaded with 100,000..