Es Sider To Resume Oil Exports
Monday, 24th October 2016
Libya's Es Sider is to resume exports with its first cargo since force majeure was declared on loadings from the port in December 2014. The cargo will be potentially lifted by Libya's National Oil Corporation (NOC) during November.
Libya’s NOC Signs Agreement to Reopen Oil Ports
Sunday, 31st July 2016
The Libyan UN-backed authorities have reached an agreement with the Petroleum Facilities Guards (PFG), an armed brigade monitoring the two main oil ports Ras Lanuf and Es Sider, to bring an end to a blockade and restart crude exports.
Islamic State Claims Responsibility for Deadly Attacks in Libya
Sunday, 10th January 2016
Islamic State has claimed responsibility for a series of deadly attacks in Libya that targeted police training center in the western city of Zliten killing at least 50 people. The suicide truck bombing followed earlier attacks by IS militants near the Es Sider oil port and a suicide bombing in Ras Lanuf, a major oil port in northern Libya.