KIRKUK, Iraq Four bombs went off on Saturday in the vicinity of a insignificant pipeline from an oilfield close to the northern Iraqi metropolis of Kirkuk, stability and oil market resources explained.
The pipeline delivers crude from the Bai Hassan oilfield to a degassing station in Kirkuk, although pumping had been halted for servicing at the time of the blasts, stability resources and officers at the state-operate North Oil Company explained.
“Four bombs blew up in the vicinity of a pipeline in Bai Hassan oilfield this morning, producing a hearth. Firefighters are striving to place out the blaze,” explained an oil engineer.
Just one member of the Kurdish stability forces was killed and two have been wounded when three a lot more bombs exploded as they approached the area of the first blast, a Kurdish stability member explained.
(Reporting by Mustafa Mahmoud composing by Ahmed Rasheed modifying by David Clarke)