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DNO’s operations in Iraqi Kurdistan recovered after severe floods

Baghdad ( – The Norwegian oil and gasoline operator, DNO ASA, declared on Thursday that generation and industry operations at the Tawke oil area in the Kurdistan location of Iraq recovered pursuing major floods.

The flood wrecked substantial portions of the banking companies of the Khabur River, broken roads, and hindered the loading of tanker vans for deliveries to prospects, in accordance to a statement introduced by DNO ASA.

Melting snow in Turkey considering the fact that the second 50 percent of March, together with rainfall in the Kurdistan area of Iraq, prompted the floods.

The floods pressured DNO to quickly shut down functions in the Tawke oil field but continued operations at Peshkabir oil discipline, which was not influenced by the floods.

Above a 10-working day period, gross license manufacturing fell from above 80,000 barrels for every working day to an regular of 65,000. Nonetheless, on March 30, 2024, the pre-flooding level was attained once again as DNO worked to minimize flooding publicity, inspect problems, and acquire corrective motion, which provided incorporating much more truck loading facilities.

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