Saturday, April 2, 2011

The study rebels who control the oil export

Benghazi (Libya) (Reuters) .- The head of Finanazas and Libyan National Economic Council, Ali Tarhouni, revealed on Friday that are already working with "friends" international initiative to include an exception to the embargo Libya to allow the export of oil. Most Libyan oil production comes from the east, now controlled by rebels who rose up against the regime of Muammar Gaddafi, but the export is suspended due to fighting and sanctions imposed by the UN.

Despite the fighting and disruption of supply, said Tarhouni have an adequate fuel supply. "It's going much better, better than I expected. We are meeting our basic needs," said the insurgents responsible. "What we want is an exception to the sanctions. This is our main problem. It is very difficult for us, is an obstacle," said Tarhouni from Benghazi.

Tarhouni himself said on Monday at a news conference that the daily production of crude oil fields of the rebels is between 100,000 and 130,000 barrels daily and could increase to 300,000 bpd.

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