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Pumping resumed in Iraqi oil pipeline to Ceyhan, Turkish official says

The pipeline was pumping around 425,000 barrels per day before it was halted on Monday

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Crude flow in the Iraqi pipeline carrying Kirkuk and Kurdish oil to Turkey’s Mediterranean port of Ceyhan resumed late on Monday after a technical problem was fixed, an official at Turkish state pipeline operator Botas told Reuters.

The pipeline was pumping around 425,000 barrels per day before it was halted on Monday.