Libya plans to ship crude from Tobruk by end of Sept.

By REUTERS
August 28, 2011 18:53

BENGHAZI, Libya - Libya's rebel-controlled AGOCO oil firm said on Sunday it would restart production at its Sarir and Mesla fields in mid-September and load the first crude at its Tobruk terminal by the end of the same month.

"Operations will start on September 15 and by the end of the month we will have the capability to export from Tobruk," Abdeljalil Mayuf, spokesman for AGOCO, told Reuters.


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