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Libya Begins First Crudeoil Export of 600,000 barrels from Erawin Field


By Ndubuisi Micheal Obineme

Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) has officially announced that it exported its first crudeoil shipment from Erawin Field. The crude oil had been exported through oil and gas exploration company, Zallaf Libya Oil and Gas. The shipment was dispatched through Az-Zawiah’s port, underscoring a milestone in Erawin’s oil production and the N.O.C’s strategic export initiatives.

According to the company, the shipment was estimated at 600,000 barrels and was exported through the Port of Zawiya in northwestern Libya.

Based on our findings, production at the Erawin field commenced in March 2023 with an initial production rate of 3,000 barrels per day (bpd), which has since increased to a rate of 6,000 bpd as of November.

Oil production from the field is expected to reach more than 16,000 bpd pending completion of all wells and pipelines linking the Erawin field to the Sharara field export route in Libya’s Murzuq Desert.

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