Salma El Wardany
Why a Libyan Oil-Field Grab Could Be a Boon or Bane for Exports
Saudi Arabia proposed a moderate oil-production cut from OPEC and its allies that would gently rebalance the market.
Libya Oil Boss Sees Country Exempted From Future OPEC+ Cuts
Libya's Oil Supremo Expects Output to Reach Qaddafi-Era Levels
Libya Oil Boss Sees Output Boost as BP, Eni Could Re-Start Soon
Egypt Planning New Oil, Gas Contracts to Attract Investors
Clean Energy Could Dominate Egypt's Power at $6.5 Billion a Year
GE Says It Wins $700 Million Order for First Egypt Nuclear Plant
Libya Says Its Oil Output at Most Since 2013 Can Go Even Higher
Gunmen Attack Libya Oil Company Headquarters in Tripoli Clashes
Libya Leads OPEC Oil Output to 2018 High Despite Iran Losses
Libya Kidnap Shows Oil-Supply Growth at Risk From Insecurity
Libya’s Oil Production on the Rebound After Eastern Ports Re-Opened
Libya's Biggest Oil Field Set to Cut Output After Kidnappings
Libya's Eastern Oil Exports to Resume in Hours on Ports Deal
The latest blow to Libya’s oil exports offers proof that its crude won’t flow reliably without a political solution.
Libya’s oil output will keep dropping if major ports remain closed.
Libyan Oil Output Choked Off as Two More Ports Are Out of Action
Libyan State Oil Co. Confident Eastern Rival Can't Export Crude
Libya Oil Supply at Risk as Militia Divides Control of Ports
Egypt May Have Issued Last LNG Tender, Paving Way for Exports