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Libya Crude Loadings Revised Up for Feb

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Libya’s crude loadings for February have been revised up to 32.53m bbl, or 1.12m b/d in February, according to Bloomberg, the highest monthly loadings since Oct. 2022.

  • This compares to 1.08m b/d under the preliminary plan, Bloomberg said.
  • Boosting the exports is increased output from Sharara, increasing to 4.41m bbl, or 152k b/d, compared to 130k b/din the initial programme.
  • Zuetina exports will be one cargo of 0.6m b/d in Feb, unchanged on January.
  • All other grades are unchanged from the preliminary loading programme.
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Libya’s crude loadings for February have been revised up to 32.53m bbl, or 1.12m b/d in February, according to Bloomberg, the highest monthly loadings since Oct. 2022.

  • This compares to 1.08m b/d under the preliminary plan, Bloomberg said.
  • Boosting the exports is increased output from Sharara, increasing to 4.41m bbl, or 152k b/d, compared to 130k b/din the initial programme.
  • Zuetina exports will be one cargo of 0.6m b/d in Feb, unchanged on January.
  • All other grades are unchanged from the preliminary loading programme.