Libya's reopening creates headaches for oil contract holders in long market
As ports reopen in Libya, after an eight-month blockade, the prospect of 1.2 million b/d of crude returning to the market is creating headaches for those with equity and term contracts in the country, whose limited requirements have been covered with oil from Algeria, Azerbaijan, Nigeria and the US.
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