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Libya’s National Oil Company (NOC) on 4 September released revenue figures for January-July 2012 as well as projections for the full year “in keeping with the new spirit of transparency and openness”. NOC says it anticipates state revenue of $54.9bn from production taxes and exports of oil, gas and petroleum products during 2012. This is based on average production of 1.35mn b/d and a $100/B oil price. For the first seven months of 2012 Libya produced 302mn barrel of crude, an average of 1.42mn b/d, “5% above the level expected”. For January-July 2012 total hydrocarbon revenues were $30.4bn with average oil prices $110.50/B.
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