On June 29, Libya's newly appointed oil minister Omran Boukra said that Libyan crude oil production is limited and mainly from the southern areas of the country.
Libya's rebel council will be reviewing all contractsm including oil deals signed under Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi's government.
Meanwhile, the Libyan government said that thousands of Libyan civilians joined their army to fight the rebels and NATO.
NATO has been battling with government forces near the town of Zlitan and blocking rebels from heading to the capital for more than 90 days. Meanwhile, Qaddafi refuses to hand over power, leaving the western part of the country in the hands of rebels.
Omran Boukra, Libyan Oil Minister
Moussa Ibrahim, Government spokesman