The Libyan National Oil Corporation has said it will resume exports from contested oil terminals in the east of the strife-hit country.
Forces loyal to General Khalifa Haftar have seized at least three terminals from a rival militia force allied to the un-backed government in Tripoli.
The oil company says it is assessing damage and that it will carry out repairs immediately.
The seized oil ports at Ras Lanuf, Al-Sidra and Zuitina lie between Tripoli and Tobruk, where the country’s two rival governments are based.
Libya’s conflict has dramatically reduced the country’s lucrative oil exports.
In a statement, the national oil corporation said it currently produced 200,000 barrels a day, but now expected to produce almost four times as much by the end of the year.