Tankers leave Libya empty (Bloomberg)

Jan 29 2020


Tankers have begun to leave Libyan ports without cargoes after waiting for days for the end of a blockade of the country’s export terminals, Bloomberg reports.

The blockade has virtually halted crude exports from the North African country. 

Bloomberg article


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