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Petroleum Facilities Guard forces led by Jodran pull out of oil crescent, Haftar’s forces take control

Sources from the oil crescent region confirmed on Thursday that the forces of the self-styled army of Khalifa Haftar had taken control of oil crescent region’s terminals and positions after clashes that saw the forces of Petroleum Facilities Guard (PFG) withdraw from the region.

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Revealed: UAE, Egyptian arms’ depots found at Haftar-controlled Libyan oil terminals

A video has scandalized both the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Egypt as it showed how Khalifa Haftar used the depots at the Libyan oil facilities to stock military equipment and arms sent by those two countries.

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Renewed fight over Libya’s oil threatens entire country

On the morning of June 14, with just a couple hundred armed men driving a dozen pickup trucks, Ibrahim Jadran, the commander of the so-called Petroleum Facilities Guard, took over two of Libya’s main oil exporting terminals used by the Libyan National Oil Company (NOC) — Es-Sidra and Ras Lanuf. …

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PFG forces accuse Haftar’s warplanes of impeding putting out oil tanks’ fire

The central branch of the Petroleum Facilities Guard (PFG) has accused warplanes of the Khalifa Haftar’s self-styled army of attacking repairing workers with mortars and barrel bombs to hinder them from extinguishing the tanks on fire in Ras Lanuf oil terminals.

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NOC confirms ‘‘significant damage’’ of Harouge oil storage tanker, calls for end to militia fighting in oil crescent

Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) confirmed over the weekend that crude oil storage tank No. 12 belonging to the Harouge Oil Company in Ras Lanuf has been ‘‘significantly damaged’’ as a result of the fighting between the Khalifa Hafter-led Libyan National Army (LNA) and its local allies in the Ras …

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Libya’s state oil firm warns of environmental disaster as clashes rage on in oil region

Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) warned Saturday of an environmental disaster after clashes in its eastern Libya’s oil crescent region, where 34 people from both sides were killed according to local military and media sources.

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