The US, SDF begin to steal 2nd largest oil-field in Syria

Recent satellite image revealed the resumption of oil production from “Al-Tanak” oil-field; the second largest oil field in Syria, that located in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor and controlled by the US-Backed SDF forces.

According to media sources, a picture which date back to August 6, showing the presence of flames at the pinnacle of the gas chimney, in addition to the number of tankers carrying oil parked in the oil-field.

No official announcement has been made from any party in the eastern suburb of Deir al-Zour that oil production has resumed in the field controlled by the Syrian Democratic Forces and US forces since the defeat of ISIS organization in mid-November 2017.

Like al-Omar and Kuniku oilfields, where US forces had already built two military bases, another base was established in the al-Tanak oilfield in mid-April, the third US base in Deir al-Zour.

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