By SUMMER SAID and SARAH KENT
Oil exports have ceased from Libya's port of Zawiya, the latest
of several major oil export hubs that have shut down in recent
weeks amid continuing unrest, an oil official said.
Earlier this week gunmen shut down the pipeline that fed the
port, severing the link with the country's largest western oil
Deputy Oil Minister Omar Shakmak told the Wall Street
Journal that production stood at just 320,000 bpd, its lowest
level since 2009.
The Zawiya has an export capacity of around 200,000 bpd, and
Libya's other major oil export terminals also remain
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