Reuters, Ankara/Duhok Thursday, 21 August 2014 Crude oil flow on Iraqi Kurdistan’s pipeline to Turkey has resumed after upgrade work was completed and is now running at an increased rate of 200,000 barrels per day (bpd), industry sources and Turkish officials told Reuters on Thursday. “The system has been tested and approved. The flow has resumed, pumping at a rate of 200,000 bpd, “In about a week or 10 days pumping is expected to rise to 220,000 and after that up to 250,000 bpd, All looking good from here ;-)
From a semi successful hunting trip, we bagged a few but none of the top 5 unfortunately.....got banned before I went for saying that Netanyahu was doing the right thing.....what's all that about.
Shocking to see pictures of Foley but I personally find it just as shocking that none of the scums family and friends have named him or that I have not seen any anti ISIS protests from the Islamic community in the UK unlike the dozens of anti Gaza protests etc that have been going on every day........the silence of these people says enough to me.
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