News & Media

11 September, 2018

Libyan Ports Situation Report

Following yesterday’s terrorist attack on the Libyan Oil Corporation Head Quarters in Tripoli that left four people dead and injured 10 people, Libya's NOC Chairman has stated that the Tripoli Attack will not affect NOC Operations.

Libya’s National Oil Corp. staff will continue carrying out operations normally at facilities across the country, Chairman Mustafa Sanalla said in a phone interview.

“The National Oil Corp. will not be affected by such actions and we are determined to carry out our mission"

“We will continue with our job and our production normally”

Shown here are photos from inside the National Oil Corporation after the bombing.

  

In the meantime, please note as follows the latest Libyan ports situation 11/09/2018:

M. EL Hariga:  

open

Tobruk:    

open

Zueitina:

open

M. EL BREGA:

open / Yara Nauma – 24/08/2018 - 13,750 mt Ammonia – Yara Switzerland   
SHAH DENI ETA 11/09/0700  630 K CRUDE OIL TOTAL Ras lanuf  : open / TBN – 12/09/2018 – 630 K Amna c.o

Es sider: 

open / M/T Eagle Tucson  – 630 k – Repsol SAILD 

Misurata:

open

Tripoli: 

open

Zawia:

open / TBN – 11/09/2018 - 630 k Bbls – C.O

Mellitah: 

open / M/T OHIO – 12/09/2018 - 630 K – OMV

Jurf:

open

Bouri:     

open

Benghazi:

open NO VESSELS DISCHARGING & NO AT ANCHORGE VALLE DI NAVARRA DISCHARGING GASOILNE 12/09/PM AEGEAS ETA 17/09/1530