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Druzhba Incident Highlights Risks of Disruption

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Hungary and Slovakia said flows of Russian crude oil via the Druzhba pipeline resumed on Wednesday after a brief suspension because of power outages in Ukraine that hit the southern leg of the pipeline.

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Non-Opec Supply, Ukraine Crisis, Military Conflict, Oil Pipelines
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