TRIPOLI (Reuters) - A speedy return of Libyan oil output to pre-war levels is facing new obstacles as foreign firms struggle to negotiate who will provide security for workers vulnerable to attacks in the desert and in cities bristling with weapons.
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Factbox: Libya's oil returns; fields, refineries, companies
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Posted 30 October 2011 - 09:22 AM
I give them all, credit for the progress that has been made thus far. I read a report that there was extensuive damage, all over the oil fields, due to the air attacks. So the fact that they have some operations, that are up and on going, is impressive to say the least. This is going to take time, boundaries will have to be established. The safety of the employees must be considered and all of this will take some time. Slowly but surely, the necessary implementations and repairs will take place. The best thing is, that the Libyan people are no longer oppressed.
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