Libyan Crude Output at Risk as East and West Tussle for Control
"Most of the doubt from North Africa is built in to the price... because it's been so choppy in terms of what's coming out of Libya," a trader said.
Brent crude futures were trading 55 cents higher at $45.52 a barrel at 14.14 GMT.
No-one at the Tripoli NOC could immediately be reached for comment.
(Reporting by Ayman al-Warfalli in Benghazi and Ahmad Ghaddar in London; Additional reporting by Libby George in London.; Writing by Aidan Lewis and Ahmad Ghaddar; Editing by David Evans and Alexandra Hudson)
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