The National Oil Corporation of Libya (NOC) on its official website confirmed that the forces of the armed group operating in the west of the country violated supplies of more than 360 thousand barrels per day. Such a drop in supplies costs Libya a round sum – $ 160 million. On August 19, the main oil pipeline connecting the Sharar field with the export terminal of the port of Zavia was closed, which resulted in a reduction in deliveries of 283,000 barrels per day. On August 25, the group blocked the pipeline connecting the Hamada field and the port of Zavia. This led to a reduction in deliveries of 8,000 barrels per day. On August 26, the group broke into the control center of the El-Feel field, stopping deliveries of 70,000 barrels a day.