Salma El Wardany
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
Libya Oil Exports to Resume at Key Ports as OPEC Meets on Supply
Saudis say they will act to prevent oil shortages: OPEC update
Confident producers will take care of market, says Oil Minister Pradhan.
Iran Urges Oil Producers to Stay the Course on Cuts: OPEC Update
Libya Oil Exports Impaired as Some in OPEC Seek More Supply
Egypt Is `Playing With Fire' as Wheat Disputes Risk Supply
Egypt Detains Supply Ministry Officials Over Bribery, MENA Says
Libya's Oil Output Is Said to Wilt as Hot Weather Halts Turbines
Exxon Mobil Unit Sells Italy Refinery, Fuel Terminals to Algeria
Libya Pipeline Fire Crimps Oil Output Amid Fragile Recovery
Libya Says It's Yet to Approve Total's Deal for Marathon Assets
Desert Sun to Power Upper Egypt With $2.8 Billion Solar Park
Libya's Biggest Oil Field Is Said to Reopen After Brief Halt