Cairo: Libya plans to restart exports from its largest oil port Es Sider next week after a one-year interruption, the Wall Street Journal is reporting. The port reopens just days after another crucial Libyan port, Ras Lanuf, accepted its first tanker call in a year.
Es Sider port load 340,000 barrels a day. The first ship is likely to arrive on August 18 and depart the following day. [14/08/14]