File - Workers are seen next to pipelines at the Zueitina oil terminal in Zueitina, west of Benghazi April 7, 2014. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori
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Production at one of Libya's largest oilfield restarted, pumping at more than 90 percent of its capacity in a boost to the troubled North African nation, a Libyan official said Wednesday.The pumping at southwestern Sharara oilfield, one of Libya's largest at 340,000 barrels per day, had been intermittently shut down because of protests in the area over financial and political demands.The disputes over oil had knocked the country's regular 1.6 million barrels per day production down by 80 percent, seriously hurting revenues, as well as the central's government grip on power.
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