Iraq's Kirkuk-Ceyhan Pipeline Bombed

Source: Reuters 6/5/2013, Location: Middle East

Iraq's Kirkuk-Ceyhan oil pipeline has been hit by bombs, but crude supplies were unaffected because there was sufficient oil available in storage, oil ministry officials said.

According to the officials, militants bombed the pipeline in a rural area in Nineveh province early 4 June 2013 morning, shattering part of the line. A crew was assessing damage, but could not give a date crude flows would resume, officials said.

"Bombs destroyed part of the pipeline, causing severe damage, and halting crude flow," said one official.

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