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IRAQI EFFORTS TO REHABILITATE AL-AMAYA PORT FOR THE EXPORT OF CRUDE OIL

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Post by rocky Sun 17 Oct 2021, 7:18 am

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[size=38]IRAQI EFFORTS TO REHABILITATE AL-AMAYA PORT FOR THE EXPORT OF CRUDE OIL[/size]


Sunday, October 17, 2021 10:32 AM
Baghdad/National News Center
The Iraqi Ministry of Oil announced that its staff were able to rehabilitate and maintain the Al-Amaya oil port, while the Basra Oil Company inaugurated one of the new ships specialized in treating oil spills and included it in the marine fleet.
An official source in the Ministry of Oil said, in a press statement, that the staff of the marine construction department of the Export Ports Development Authority in the Basra Oil Company carried out maintenance work at Al-Amaya port, which included replacing iron structures, corroded sections, sandstorming and painting works, in addition to manufacturing and installing eight mooring fenders in Berths 5, 7 and 8".
The source confirmed that "the staff of the Emergency and Disaster Reduction Division of the Health, Safety and Environment Authority in the Basra Oil Company inaugurated the ship "Aba Al-Fadl" specialized in treating oil spills, and entered the service within the company's marine fleet."
It is noteworthy that the Al-Amaya port is dedicated to the export of crude oil, along with the Basra oil port, and is located to the southeast of the Faw peninsula in the Gulf region.
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