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Due to weather conditions .. Iraq suspends oil exports by sea for four days Empty Due to weather conditions .. Iraq suspends oil exports by sea for four days

Post by claud39 on Tue Mar 26, 2019 8:31 pm

https://www.almaalomah.com/2019/03/26/396183/



Due to weather conditions .. Iraq suspends oil exports by sea for four days


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Said that the export of oil has stopped and may continue for four days due to bad weather in the Gulf waters. He pointed out that the exporters of oil and sailors are going through these conditions every year, but the export can not be stopped permanently in order to preserve economic interests.
A member of the provincial council Ahmed Abdul Hussein said in a statement to Al-Maaloumah that "the local government does not have the right to stop the work of ports, but there is difficulty in sailing in such circumstances, especially during these months when the sea is raging. Ship route this matter. "
He added that "the export of oil did not stop completely because it would harm the economy of the country, especially that there are oil contracts with several countries," pointing out that "floods can not affect the ports, especially oil or export."
He explained that "the process of loading and running oil vessels in such weather conditions is difficult, especially in the waters of the Gulf, so the precautionary measure is to export the export for two or three or even four days until the weather conditions and re-export again."
"The process of stopping and resuming exports occurs every year because of the sea frenzy, which makes sailing in the Gulf waters difficult and at great risk," he said. End 25 n
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