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Greek Tanker Seized in Libya

Greek-owned small clean tanker Levante has been seized by Libyan authorities on the grounds of suspected oil ...

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Tanzanian-Flagged Tanker Sanctioned by UN

The United Nation Security Council’s Committee on Libya has added an oil product tanker Capricorn to its list ...

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UNSC Extends Inspection of Vessels off Libya

The United Nations Security Council reauthorized its member states on Monday to inspect vessels on the high seas ...

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NOC Hopes to Take Back Control of Two Oil Ports

Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) believes it will retake control of the country’s two major oil ...

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Seven Missing after Turkish Ship Sinks off Libya

At least seven seafarers are missing after their vessel, the Turkey-flagged cargo ship Tinaztepe S, sank off the ...

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Report: Two Libyan Ports Retaken by LNA

East Libyan forces have managed to regain control of two major oil ports in Libya on March 14, after they were ...

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Military Conflicts Close 2 Oil Ports in Libya

Military conflicts have forced two of Libya’s oil ports to close, negatively impacting the country’s ...

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Turkish Tanker Seized in Libya

Turkey-flagged chemical tanker Haci Telli was seized by Libyan militants after it enter the country’s port of ...

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Libyan Militants Release Car Carrier Morning Compass

After Libyan militants seized the car carrier Morning Compass, the vessel was released from captivity on February ...

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Report: EUKOR Car Carrier Stopped by Libyan Forces

The 2013-built car carrier Morning Compass has been seized by Libyan militants and escorted to the country’s ...

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Report: First Cargo Shipped from Libya's Ras Lanuf Oil Port

The Malta-flagged oil tanker Seadelta has departed Libya’s port of Ras Lanuf carrying 781,000 barrels of ...

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Oil Cargo Loading Halted at Ras Lanuf amid Fresh Conflicts

The Malta-flagged tanker Seadelta, which was due to load 781,000 barrels of crude oil from storage tanks at ...

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Libya Works on Restarting Exports from Oil Crescent Ports

Assessments were started on what needs to be done to lift force majeure and restart exports from oil crescent ports ...

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MSF's Rescue Vessel Attacked off Libyan Coast

A group of armed men onboard an unidentified speedboat approached and attacked the rescue vessel Bourbon Argos on ...

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Tanker Granted Access to Zueitina Terminal

The Greece-flagged crude oil tanker New Hellas has been granted approval to enter Libya’s Zueitina oil ...

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NOC Urges Conflicted Groups Not to Destroy Zueitina Port

Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) on August 7 called on rival armed groups to avoid destroying the oil ...

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Libya Gears Up to Restart Oil Exports from Blocked Ports

Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) revealed that it is working on restarting exports from three blocked ...

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UN Authorizes All Measures to Inspect Ships off Libya

In an effort to implement the arms embargo imposed on Libya, the United Nations Security Council authorized Member ...

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Update: Oil Loading Resumes at Libya’s Hariga

The Maltese-flagged crude oil tanker Seachance has continued to load cargo at the Hariga oil export terminal in ...

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Deal Reached to Resume Oil Export from Libya's Hariga Port

Representatives of the two rival governments in Libya have reportedly reached a deal that will allow for the ...

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Libya: Exports from Marsa el-Hariga Still Blocked

Oil exports from Marsa el-Hariga port located at Tobruk, Libya, continue being blocked by Beyda government in ...

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