NOC boss Sanalla may be on way out as Libya's oil industry booms
With the new government in place, chairman of state-run National Oil Corp (NOC) Mustafa Sanalla's days may be numbered. But he still has cards up his sleeve.
Alongside his offensive on the capital, Khalifa Haftar has resumed his efforts to sell eastern Libyan oil… and this despite the United Nations embargo on oil sales carried out by entities other than the "ficial"National Oil Corporation (NOC) in Tripoli.
Ever since the legal department of the National Oil Corp (NOC) was pressured by the government to order its own chairman Mustafa Sanalla to block Total's $450 million purchase of Marathon Oil's shares in the Waha concessions (currently at 350,000