[size=36]Oil sets a date for the resumption of exports from the Al-Amaya port in Basra[/size]
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The Ministry of Oil indicated today, Monday, a defect that caused the suspension of work at the Al-Amaya port in Basra Governorate, while setting a possible date for its resumption.
The Assistant Director-General of the Basra Oil Company for Plans and Budgets, Ahmed Fadel Dehim, said that "there is no problem in Al-Amaya port and it is ready to work, but the defect in it lies in the transporting and exporting pipeline, as its operational life has been fulfilled," pointing out that "there is a contract with a company to examine the pipeline." Only fix the exact fault location.
Dahim added, "If it becomes clear that it is possible to benefit from the pipeline, it will be completely repaired as a second stage," expecting that "the return of work in the port will be at the end of this year 2022."
He added, "The contract to complete the third pipeline, which feeds the port of Al-Amaya as well, is currently being matured, and the pipeline may enter for work at the end of 2023," stressing that