Production From Iran's South Pars Oil Layer Resumes

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Crude production from the oil layer of South Pars in the Persian Gulf has resumed after FPSO Cyrus, the floating production, storage and offloading vessel on the hydrocarbon reservoir, had an accident last week.
"FPSO Cyrus, which had a minor collision with the [Panama-flagged] SOL tanker on Saturday due to bad weather conditions, has become operational again," Mohammad Hossein Daneshfar, a senior official at the Iranian Offshore Oil Company, was quoted as saying by Shana.
"The incident had caused slight damage to the vessel's body, hose and other offloading equipment, which was fixed by the company personnel in no time," he added.
Iran began to extract crude oil from South Pars in March 2016 using FPSO Cyrus.


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