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Pipeline resumes service, again.

BOGOTA --The Cano Limon-Covenas oil pipeline has resumed operations after a bomb attack knocked it out only days after it resumed service for the first time since February. The line has been off line since February and resumed service in early July, only to be hit by another wave of bombings that interrupted pumping for two days. The line was out of service for 125 days. Officials at Occidental Petroleum, which operates the Cano Limon field, say the saga has severely damaged their faith in their Colombian ventures.
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Title Annotation:petroleum pipe line in Colombia
Publication:America's Insider
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:3COLO
Date:Jul 12, 2001
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