KOC Brings Gas Leak, Fire Under Control

Source: KUNA 1/24/2012, Location: Middle East

A gas leakage and fire occurred early near the 170 natural gas complex in Um Ghadir west of the country, Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) reported, pointing out the situation was brought under control within an hour. A KOC statement to KUNA said that fire teams and medics rushed to the scene, and that the incident caused minor in-direct injuries to four employees during the evacuation. KOC affirmed that a committee is to look into the causes of the incident and that operation and production are "unaffected".


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