Libyan Oil Pipeline Attacked by 'Terrorist Group,' Source Says

BENGHAZI, Libya (Reuters) - A Libyan crude pipeline owned by the al-Waha oil company, feeding the port of Es Sider, was set on fire on Saturday causing the loss of between 70,000 bpd and 100,000 bpd, state firm NOC said.

NOC said on its Twitter feed the cause of the fire on the El-Zkout - Es Sider pipeline was unknown but a Waha source said a “terrorist group” was behind it.

The pipeline was also attacked in December. Production loss then was also put at between 70,000 bpd and 100,000 bpd.


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