PKK adopts an attack on the pipeline transportation of oil from Kirkuk to Ceyhan
Sulaimaniya, April 6 (Rn): Adopted the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party in Turkey, on Friday, the attack on the pipeline transportation of oil from Kirkuk to the Turkish port of Ceyhan, which occurred the night before yesterday, Wednesday.
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According to official information center and the relations system forces protect the military wing of the workers Kurdistan Bakhtiar Dukan, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn), that "the power of the elements of the system launched a night the first Wednesday attack on a pipeline transporting oil from Kirkuk to Turkey's Ceyhan area Edel province Chernach Kurdistan Turkey." The Dukan that "The attack has been implemented within the Turkish territory and aimed at causing material damage state and the army rivers and not any other. " The agency Ceyhan Turkish news agency had indicated earlier in the day yesterday that "the fire brigades Turkish succeeded in extinguishing the fire, which resulted in one of two pipelines to transport crude oil from Kirkuk in Iraq to Turkish port of Ceyhan after being subjected to an explosion near the town of Edel that follow Chernach of the province of south-east of the country. " and exposed the pipeline that carries Iraqi crude exports one quarter of the northern fields of Kirkuk to Ceyhan to repeated attacks. The line capacity of 1.6 million barrels per day and usually carries about 500 thousand barrels per day. pipeline Kirkuk - Ceyhan is a pipeline to transport oil with a length (970 km), and up between the city of Kirkuk in Iraq and the Turkish port of Ceyhan, and is the largest export pipeline for crude oil in Iraq, began operation in 1976. From: Dilshad Sayf al-Din, see: Aso Haji