• NOC glitch interrupts Turkey pumping
  • Halfaya worker abuses investigated
  • Kirkuk demands diesel supply
  • No radiation in Buzurgan

Beyond the Headlines: April 23, 2012

Beyond the Headlines: April 23, 2012
A delegation representing Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, headed by the director of his private office, Sheikh Mahmoud al-Jaiyashi and the head of the political body of the Sadrist movement Karar al-Khafaji, as well as a group of tribal leaders and dignitaries of the Sadrist movement in Dhi Qar, visited the province on April 22 and met with a number of tribal leaders and dignitaries. (STAFF/Iraq Oil Report)

NOC glitch interrupts Turkey pumpingKIRKUK – Iraq briefly stopped pumping crude oil from Kirkuk to the Turkish port of Ceyhan on April 21 due to inadequate stocks in export depots."This situation occurs every now and then for a few hours before pumping operations resume," said a North Oil Company official.The stoppage did not affect oil sales, which continued uninterrupted from storage facilities in Ceyhan. NOC worked quickly to refill the export depots, and pumping soon resumed. ...

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