Libya’s all important oil sector was in turmoil this week after the Tripoli-based prime minister Abdelhamid Dbeibeh moved to oust National Oil Corporation’s board of directors, including long-standing CEO Mustafa Sanalla.

His replacement: former ruler Muammar Gaddafi’s last central bank governor Farhat Bengdara who is said to have close links to General Khalifa Haftar, a key powerbroker in the country’s east and south. (CONTINUED - 1119 WORDS)