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Egypt’s SUMED pipeline operator approaches traders as Suez blockage drags: Sources

Egypt’s SUMED pipeline operator has approached oil traders to ask if they wanted to book their system to transport crude oil as a blockage of the Suez Canal by a container ship drags, three trading sources told Reuters on Thursday.

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The pipeline links the Red and Mediterranean Seas.

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