ERBIL — UAE-based Dana Gas company confirmed on Thursday that operations at Khor Mor gas field continued normally after yesterday's rocket attack at the field.
At around 4:45 p.m. (Erbil Time) on Wednesday, a rocket was fired at Khor Mor gas field, run by Dana Gas, in Chamchamall district of Sulaymaniyah province. Although local officials initially said that no casualties had been reported, the company said today that two people suffered minor injuries.
"Dana Gas informs the market that, a small rocket landed yesterday afternoon within the Khor Mor block in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. No damage occurred and production operations continued normally without interruption," the company told the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange in a filing today.
According to the company, two contractor staff were treated for minor injuries related to the rocket attack, but they have returned to work.
"The company is cooperating with local security services who are conducting a full investigation and the KRG has enhanced measures and security forces in the area," Dana added.
Khor Mor is one of the largest in gas projects in the Kurdistan Region and it produces around 452 million cubic feet gas per day of.