An informed source reported that crude oil exports to Jordan were completely halted through the Trebil border crossing in western Anbar before resuming in the past few hours.
The Trebil border crossing with Jordan, west of Anbar, has experienced a complete halt in crude oil exports, with no clear reason given, according to a source who spoke to Al-Maalouma Agency.
He noted that the export operations were expected to reach 2,500 trucks per day but were hindered by undisclosed reasons, coinciding with American convoys near the Iraqi-Syrian-Jordanian triangle heading towards the Al-Tanf port.
According to him, the road connecting the Trebil border crossing with Jordan in the Rutba district to the Baiji refinery in Salah al-Din Governorate is secure without any breaches.
It’s worth noting that the pace of exporting oil derivatives to Jordan through the Trebil border crossing has increased since the Ministry of Oil approved export operations.