BAGHDAD (Reuters) -
Libya's interim government announced a ban on the export of oil companies doing business with Qatar or Qatar to be a partner, due to the support of the Doha terrorism.
The head of the interim Libyan government, Abdullah al-Thani, addressed to the President of the National Oil Corporation in Tripoli asking him, and Libyan oil companies to stop dealing with the company "Glencore" to the export of oil, because of its contract with Qatar and any company dealing with Doha.
The company "Glencore" has signed a contract for the fields of marketing "bed" and "Mcila" oil through the eastern port of Marsa Ahariqh Libya in 2015, thus monopolized the sale of 230 thousand barrels per day of Libyan production. "
The "Glencore" the largest commodity company, and big investors Qatar Investment Authority, which owns more than 8 per cent of the giant company.