Oil flow has resumed at the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) pipeline after technicians fixed the technical failure at a pumping station in eastern Turkey on Saturday, Anatolia Agency reported.
A technical failure on the pipeline disrupted oil flow late Thursday, officials of the Turkish pipeline company Botas were quoted as saying.
The cause of the failure at the valve of a pumping station in the eastern
Despite the interruption, there was no problem in oil supply for tankers at
The BTC, the world's second-longest pipeline at 1,774 kilometers (1,109 miles), was inaugurated in 2006 and carries Azeri oil from the
The pipeline was also shut on Aug. 5 after a blast in a pump at a section in eastern