Iraqi Kurdistan pipeline stopped as tanks at Turkish port full
The flow was allegedly halted because storage tanks in the Turkish port of Ceyhan are full
Crude flow in Iraqi Kurdistan's oil pipeline via Turkey has been halted for the past week as the storage tanks in the port of Ceyhan are full, , industry sources and officials said on Wednesday.
"The flow has stopped. It's been around a week. The tanks are full. They are holding about 2.7 million barrels of oil," one source with knowledge of the matter said.
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