Shabwah resumes export of oil after UAE forces apologies

Shabwah resumes export of oil after UAE forces apologies

A local source confirmed the resumption of the oil export operation in the province of Shabwah on Monday evening, three days after it ceased as a result of the closure of the pipeline by the commander of the UAE-backed elite forces.

"The UAE leadership summoned Arb’at Al-Alam sector leadership and apologized for what they had been subjected to by the leader of the al-Shabwani elite, Mohammed al- Buharr, on Friday," a source told al-Masdar online.

According to the source, the UAE leadership has assured the sector's leadership that the oil pipeline is a red line and no attacks or harassment of workers will be tolerated.

After the meeting, the source noted that the export was resumed.

It is noteworthy that the commander of the elite Mohammed al-Buharr closed the pipeline from the Kilo 106 station and arrested three employees of the company and threatened them in case of return to the site.


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