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Jul 3, 2018
The Daily Star
All oil exports suspended from Libya's east: national firm
Agence France Presse
TRIPOLI: All oil exports from Libya's east have been suspended after operations were halted at two key export terminals, the Tripoli-based National Oil Corporation said Monday.
The "National Oil Corporation has declared force majeure on crude oil loadings at al-Hariga and Zweitina oil terminals", the NOC said in a statement.
Force majeure frees parties to a contract from their obligations due to circumstances beyond their control.
The ports were among four terminals in Libya's oil crescent seized last month by military strongman Khalifa Haftar. Exports from the other two were already suspended on June 14.
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