Colombia’s No.2 pipeline back online after 67-day closure

“Colombia’s Caño Limon-Coveñas oil pipeline, the country’s second-biggest by volume, is functioning again after being offline for 67 days because of rebel attacks, Mines and Energy Minister Tomas Gonzalez said on Wednesday. State-run oil company Ecopetrol operates the 780 km (485 mile) pipeline, which has the capacity to transport 220,000 barrels of crude per day from the northeastern province of Arauca to the Caribbean coast. The stoppage was the pipeline’s longest since it began functioning in the 1980s.”

Source: Colombia’s No.2 pipeline back online after 67-day closure: Energy Minister

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