Iraq’s al-Sumoud refinery in Baiji is operating at its planned capacity and the fire that broke out in a surrounding area is now under control, Iraqi News Agency (INA) reported, citing a statement from the oil ministry.
The fire broke out on nearby agricultural land and was “outside the refinery and did not affect production,” the statement added.
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