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Oil: 600,000 barrels per day The export capacity of the oil pipeline from Kirkuk to Turkey

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Oil: 600,000 barrels per day The export capacity of the oil pipeline from Kirkuk to Turkey

Post by rocky on Thu 12 Oct 2017, 2:53 am

Oil: 600,000 barrels per day The export capacity of the oil pipeline from Kirkuk to Turkey

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Economy News Baghdad:
Oil Minister Jabbar al-Luaibi announced on Thursday that the export capacity of the oil pipeline from the oil fields in Kirkuk to Turkey is 600 thousand barrels per day.
He said Al-Allaibi in an interview with the space "Iraqi" government and viewed by "Economy News", "The pipeline oil export, which runs from Kirkuk province and through the provinces of Salah al-Din and Nineveh has an export capacity of 600 thousand barrels per day," noting that "the pipeline contains five stations to pump oil Of which four are disabled due to terrorist operations. "
"We have instructed our technical teams to launch a large-scale campaign to restore this pipeline within a short period of time," he said.
The oil pipeline was interrupted in 2013 because of the terrorist operations carried out by the armed groups in the province of Nineveh, and then exit the province of Nineveh and other provinces from the control of the central government in 2014.


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