Supply Surge Eases Iraq’s Daura Feedstock Shortage
Operations at Iraq’s ageing Daura refinery have received a 70,000-90,000 b/d shot-in-the arm with the commissioning late last year of a new strategic crude pipeline supplying the 140,000 b/d facility, an Iraqi oil source tells MEES. A lack of crude has limited runs at Daura over the past few years to a maximum of 70,000 b/d, with heavy reliance on trucked supply.
Now Daura is...
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