Oil infrastructure attackedMOSUL — Saboteurs targeted an oil pipeline in northern Iraq Saturday, taking it offline as the country’s oil sector continues to suffer from increasing violence.The pipeline is a minor link from the Batma oil field, pumping 700 barrels per day (bpd), to a gas separation station in Ayn Zala, 45 kilometers northwest of Mosul. The facility processes 10,000 bpd of oil from a variety of fields.The pipeline will be offline for two days, according to a North O...
Beyond the Headlines: July 4-10
- More oil infrastructure attacks
- Baghdad moves on power plant deals
- Dhi Qar leaders decry U.S. forces
- Violence spikes in Anbar