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Peru reactivates oil pipeline after almost three months of paralysis

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Peruvian pipeline returned to transport oil after almost three months, paralyzed by the seizure of the facilities of Station 5 by hundreds of indigenous Amazonians, reported this Sunday (12.26.2021) the state oil company Petroperú.

The oil infrastructure, which transports the crude from the fields of the Peruvian Amazon to the coast of the Pacific Ocean, remained paralyzed for 74 days, since the taking of Station 5 began on October 4, the neuralgic point of the pipeline as it was the confluence of its two branches.

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