Libya this week restarted production at the Ghani field after a shut-in of more than four years due to an Islamic State attack (MEES, 6 March 2015). Operating company Harouge (NOC 51%, Canada's Suncor 49%) restarted production at an initial 5,000 b/d, NOC said 16 December, adding that production would “reach 8,000 b/d in the coming few days.” And more could come. NOC chief Mustafa Sanalla said in June Ghani could easily produce 10,000 b/d with minimal work (MEES, 5 July). Restarting damaged fields is a key part of NOC’s 1.5mn b/d in 2020 target (MEES, 22 November).