Crude Exports Resume through Ceyhan Pipeline

Iraq has reportedly resumed crude exports through its Kirkuk-Ceyhan pipeline at a rate of 400,000-450,000 bpd, after a suspension of six days.

Iraq’s oil exports through the main oil pipeline from Kirkuk to Ceyhan in Turkey had stopped entirely due to leakage caused by erosion, according to Aswat al-Iraq.

A source at North Oil Company in Kirkuk reported that the leak was in the Shirqat township in Salahadin Province.

(Sources: Zawya, Aswat al-Iraq)

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