Iraq–Turkey (Turkey Section) is a 1,297km-long onshore pipeline project operated by Botas Petroleum Pipeline. This oil pipeline, with a maximum diameter of 46 inches, starts at Sirnak (Turkey) and ends in Adana (Turkey).
The Iraq–Turkey (Turkey Section) project started operations in 1984 and is owned by Botas Petroleum Pipeline.
The Iraq–Turkey (Turkey Section) project is associated with the 345km Iraq–Turkey Line–I (Iraq Section).
About Botas Petroleum Pipeline
Botas Petroleum Pipeline Co (Botas), a subsidiary of Turkiye Petrolleri Anonim Ortakligi, is a state-owned crude oil and natural gas transportation and trading company. It has been established by the Turkish Petroleum Corporation for the purpose of transporting Iraqi crude oil to Iskenderun Bay. The company undertakes construction of crude oil pipelines and carries out trading activities. It also provides marine terminal operations, construction of crude oil and natural gas pipeline and construction of storage facilities of natural gas. The company offers marine services for crude oil and natural gas. Botas is headquartered in Ankara, Turkey.
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