Iraq-Turkey Oil Flow Resumes

Source: Reuters 8/18/2013, Location: Middle East

Crude oil flows resumed through a pipeline running from Iraq's Kirkuk oil fields to the Mediterranean port of Ceyhan in Turkey, two Iraqi oil officials said.

"The crude oil flow resumed at around 1800 GMT after the replacing of a damaged section," one official said. The flow had been halted on 16 august 2013 after a bomb attack near the northern city of Mosul, according to officials.

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