By Sami Zaptia.
Tipoli, 18 September 2013:
Asked by the media about any possible damage to oilfields and oil reservoirs as a result . . .[restrict]of the strikes that have reduced Libyan oil production from 1.5 million barrels per day (bpd) to about 250,000 bpd, NOC chairman Nurri Berruien said that it would be minimal.
The NOC chairman, speaking during the CWC Libya Forum on oil and gas said that the stoppage would “off course have its effect on the oil fields and reservoirs”, but added that “it would not be like the effect of the stoppage during the revolution”.
“The main impact will be cost”, he quickly added during question and answer section of the morning opening session. [/restrict]