OPEC Secretary General visit Tripoli to discuss Libyan oil and gas potentials

The Libyan Minister of Oil and Gas, Mohammed Oun, discussed with the Secretary-General of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), Haitham Al-Ghais, issues related to the oil and gas sector, given that Libya is one of the most important major partners in OPEC. These remarks came during the visit of the Secretary-General of OPEC at the invitation of the Ministry of Oil and Gas.

According to the monthly report by OPEC, Libya topped the African list in oil production with one million and 163 thousand barrels per day (bpd), followed by Angola with one million and 67 thousand bpd, then Algeria with one million and 60 thousand bpd, while Nigeria fell to fourth place with one million and 24 thousand bpd. OPEC exempted Libya from the decision to reduce production in exporting countries by two million bpd.


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