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    A "complicated" reason delays the resumption of Iraqi oil exports via Türkiye

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    Post by Rocky Tue 25 Apr 2023, 4:54 am

    A "complicated" reason delays the resumption of Iraqi oil exports via Türkiye
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    Baghdad today - Baghdad
    Today, Monday, oil expert Bahjat Ahmed revealed one of the main reasons delaying the resumption of the Kurdistan region's oil exports through the Turkish port of Ceyhan, amid expectations that oil exports will continue to stop for a long time, and the absence of pipelines under government supervision.
    Ahmed said in an interview with "Baghdad Today", that "one of the most important reasons for not resuming the export of Iraqi oil through the Turkish port of Ceyhan is that the oil pipeline through which the region exports oil to Turkey belongs to the Kar company."
    He added, "SOMO Company categorically rejects that the oil pipelines be subject to private companies, and only wants government-owned pipelines."
    Earlier in the day, reports revealed that the tankers, "Neverland" and "Amax", left today, Monday, April 24, the area near the pipeline station in Turkey, after stopping for a month awaiting the flow of the region's oil, but it returned empty.
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