Norwegian energy company DNO says it’s still working as normal in northern Iraq despite the bombing of a pipeline running north to a Turkish port. File Photo by UPI/Mohammed al Jumaily OSLO, Norway, July 30 (UPI) — Norwegian energy company DNO International said Thursday its oil operations in the north of Iraq were isolated from violence raging across the border in Turkey. The company said operations at its Tawke oil field in the Kurdish north of Iraq “continued uninterrupted during this week’s shut down of the Kirkuk-Ceyhan pipeline in Turkey, given the flexibility to redirect volumes from exports to local sales.” Ankara confirmed Wednesday that a section of the Kirkuk-Ceyhan oil pipeline, running from northern Iraq to Turkish ports, was bombed in southern Sirnak province. The pipeline has a maximum capacity of around 400,000 barrels of oil per day and the bombing comes one day after an attack on […]