BAGHDAD / Obelisk: A source at the North Oil Company, on Friday, that oil exports from the northern Kirkuk oilfields to the Turkish port of Ceyhan at a stable rate of 300 thousand barrels per day, as he pointed to the arrival of the current production to 385 thousand barrels per day.
The source said in an interview with the local media and followed up 'Obelisk', The 'pumping oil from the Kirkuk oilfields to the Turkish port of Ceyhan stable at 300 thousand barrels per day, the rate of the process'.
The source, who asked not to be named, said: 'Pumping operations is stable and there is no technical problems in the daily pumping rates to the Turkish port of Ceyhan.'
The source added that 'the North Oil Company was seeking to develop a number of oil wells in the annual plan, but the abnormal situation that took place in the country prevented access to prescribed levels of production', adding that 'the current production up to about 385 thousand barrels per day' .
A source in the North Oil Company in Kirkuk said on Thursday (July 30, 2015), that the pumping of oil from the company resumed fields to Turkey's Ceyhan port after a two-day stop because of exposure to the bombing of the line inside Turkish territory.
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