Yemen Fuel Crisis Looms
By Nader Itayim
A key oil pipeline supplying Yemen’s main refinery continues to be shut some three weeks after first being attacked by militants, sparking fears of an imminent fuel shortage.
Crude oil stopped flowing through the key Marib-Ras Issa pipeline on 11 November, after being blown up in two places in the Damashqa region of Wadi Abidah in Western Yemen (MEES, 16 November). Nearly three weeks on, the...
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