Iraq–Turkey Line–I (Iraq Section) is a 345km-long onshore pipeline project operated by North Oil. This oil pipeline, with a maximum diameter of 40 inches, starts at Kirkuk (Iraq) and ends in Sirnak (Turkey).
The Iraq–Turkey Line–I (Iraq Section) project started operations in 1984 and is owned by Ministry of Oil, Iraq.
The Iraq–Turkey Line–I (Iraq Section) project is associated with the 234km Iraq–Turkey Line–II (Iraq Section).
About North Oil
North Oil Company (NOC) is an oil and gas company that produces crude oil and natural gas from oil and gas fields. The company offers transportation, materials procurement and storage and workshop services. Its services include treatment of oil, separation and compression, research and quality control, and technical services. NOC operates through pump stations, process units, oil tank fields, degassing stations, gas compressor stations, water treatments plants, electric generation stations and other oil wells. The company’s oil wells are located in Erbil, Baghdad, Nineveh, Diyala and part of Hilla and Kut. It supplies crude oil to Iraqi refineries. NOC is headquartered in Kirkuk, Iraq.
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