Turkish Energy expects to resume pumping oil through the Kirkuk-Ceyhan line 8/4/2015
Turkish Energy expects to resume pumping oil through the Kirkuk-Ceyhan line on Tuesday
Factor in a subsidiary of the North Oil installations.........Confirmed Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz, on Monday, continued maintenance work on the carrier line of oil from Kirkuk to Ceyhan, and as he emphasized the presence of pumping oil in the supporting tube but rates and sessile, expect the resumption of Iraqi crude oil flow through the line on Tuesday. Yildiz said in a press interview for a number of Turkish media I followed (range Press), "The maintenance on the Kirkuk-Ceyhan export pipeline subjected to acts of sabotage last Wednesday inside Turkish territory ongoing work." He said Yildiz, said that "the flow of oil for a brief period after being exposed to the process of sabotage in Turkish territory but soon stopped again for the purpose of conducting additional maintenance operations," noting that "there is the flow of oil in the supporting tube, but rates of pumping and low-lying."
He predicted Yildiz, that "the flow of Iraqi crude oil from the Kirkuk-Ceyhan pipeline resumes on Tuesday."
The Media Center protect the people forces the military wing of the PKK denied, on Sunday, it has been deliberately targeted Iraq's Kurdistan region oil transport inside Turkish territory tube, as he emphasized that his fighters in southeastern Turkey have targeted the tube after Turkish air attacks against them, between the party It does not have any negative attitudes of the interests of the region.
A source in the North Oil Company confirmed, on Sunday, that the technical staff of the company has been able to re-pump oil from the Kirkuk oilfields to the Turkish port of Ceyhan after the "act of sabotage".
The Turkish official confirmed the resumption of pumping from Kirkuk fields through the port of Ceyhan via the line that extends across the Kurdistan after work Ext Maqh path to the line in the Urfa region which displays the track to sabotage the work of the line carrier.
The Kurdistan Regional Government condemned, in (the first of August 2015), the PKK bombing of the oil pipeline, which links the region Turkish port of Ceyhan, describing it as "irresponsible behavior", and while confirming that the attack targeted a living people of the Territory, demanded not to repeat this Assault.
A source in the North Oil Company said, in (29 July 2015), that the pumping of oil from the Kirkuk oilfields to the Turkish port of Ceyhan via the carrier operations between the KRG and the line stopped, with the cause attributed to an act of sabotage in Turkish.