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Situation of Libyan ports: Update

Following a July update, the situation in Libya still remains extremely volatile and vessel operators should contact local ship’s agents and P&I Correspondents for the most up-to-date information on Libyan ports, the North P&I Club advised in its latest update this week. 

Crude oil loadings at Libya’s Zawiya Port continue after lifting of force majeure

Libyan National Oil Corporation declared a state of force majeure on crude oil loadings at Zawiya port beginning on July 20. This is because of an unlawful Sharara pipeline valve closure by an unidentified group between Hamada and the Zawiya port, suspending production. However, today (July 22), NOC announced that it lifted the force majeure.

Turkish vessels calling for Libyan ports may be at risk

Concerning Libyan ports, Standard P&I Club has already highlighted to ship operators that the situation remains extremely unstable. In the meantime, Al Jazeera referred to a new potential threat against Turkish flagged ships that call Libyan Ports.

Situation in Libya remains unstable

In light of the recent developments and representations made by various Libyan authorities, the Standard P&I Club issued a warning for ship operators reminding that the situation in Libya remains extremely unstable. All ports remain open with the exception of Sirte and Derna.

Information on the existent situation in Libyan ports

In light of the conditions that exist in Libya’s capital, Tripoli, there are no further changes to the operation of Libyan ports. Yet, Gard advises vessels to be in touch with their local agent to obtain the most up-to-date and reliable information.

East and West Libya govs unite on mega port project

Libya’s East and West authorities have formally united for the construction of North Africa’s automated and largest deep-sea ports near the city of Susah in Libya. Specifically, the Port of Susah, a major international trans-shipment hub container port, will be a crossroad in North Africa for mainline cargo vessels traveling to and from Asia and Europe via the Suez Canal, as well as to and from the United States.

Rescued migrants forced to disembark container ship in Libyan port

Libyan security authorities forcibly removed 79 refugees and migrants Tuesday from the Panama-flagged cargo ship ‘Nivin’ in the Libyan port of Misrata, after they refused to leave the ship for 10 days. The incident has risen reactions from humanitarian bodies, as there are reports of injuries and use of rubber bullets and tear gas.

North P&I Club issues warning for Libyan ports

North P&I Club has published a port situation and safe navigation warning on the status of Libyan ports, including the following information received from their local P&I correspondents.

HMM, MSC in talks for Long Beach Terminal

Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) and Geneva-based Mediterranean Shipping Company. (MSC) are expected to enter the takeover battle for the Long Beach Terminal of Hanjin Shipping

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