Libya’s National Oil Corp. has increased the production capacity at its Nafoora oil field after a workover of one of its wells, the company said in a statement Nov. 8.
The output of well Y-01 rose to 3,800 barrels per day (bbl/d) from just 200 bbl/d before the workover, the company said.
Nafoora, in eastern Libya, produced about 21,000 bbl/d in total before the workover, according to news website al-Wasat.
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