The southwestern branch of the Petroleum Facilities Guard (PFG) has warned of a possible attack against oil installations that may lead once again to the disruption of oil operations.
Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah has ordered the immediate opening of the Sharara, El-Feel, al-Wafa, and Hamada fields, which were closed by a group affiliated with the Petroleum Facilities Guard (PFG) last month.
The Petroleum Facilities Guard (PFG) has called for lifting the siege on the oil and gas fields without conditions.
Gunmen linked to Libya’s oil facilities guard force have shut down four key fields in a major blow to production, the National Oil Corporation said Monday.
The Petroleum Facilities Guard (PFG) of the western region branch gave Finance Minister Faraj Bumatari a week on Monday to reverse his decision on stopping their field allowances, warning they would resort to closing the Zawiya refinery in the event their demands are not met.
A force from the Petroleum Facilities Guard (PFG), which is affiliated with Khalifa Haftar’s forces, shut down Sunday Hariga oil port in Tobruk, eastern Libya, in protest of the delay of salaries that they should have received from the National Oil Corporation.
Oil tanker “OLYMPIC FIGHTER” docked Thursday at Hariga oil port in Tobruk after the strike of the protesters from the Petroleum Facilities Guard ended following the intervention of the municpal officials and city elders.
Gunmen of the Tobruk-based Hariga Brigade of the east-based Petroleum Facilities Guard (PFG) blockaded Tuesday oil exports at Hariga oil port, preventing [Olympic Fighter] vessel from docking in protest of what the gunmen described as a “delay of salary payments for over a year”.
Libya’s warring sides have agreed to unify forces that protect oil facilities following the United Nations-sponsored talks with the head of the country’s National Oil Corporation (NOC).
Tuesday, November 16th resumed the discussions between the Joint military Commission of the two warring parties in the Libyan conflict, also known as the “5+5” in regards to the restoration of protective forces of the oil facilities.