CFO: OMV Production In Libya Still Interrupted
VIENNA, Nov 19 (Reuters) - Austrian oil and gas group OMV's production in Libya continues to be interrupted by security problems, finance chief David Davies said on Tuesday.
"It is down. We have not produced for several weeks now in Libya. Very small volumes or main production has been shut in," he told reporters, adding he could not forecast when full output might resume.
At full production. Libya accounts for 32,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day for OMV, which this month cut its forecast for 2013 production due to output problems in countries including Libya and Yemen.
(Reporting by Angelika Gruber and Michael Shields; editing by Jane Baird)
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