Counterterrorism forces in Sulaimaniyah province confirmed there had been no casualties or injury to the fuel advanced.
A Katyusha rocket struck close to an Emirati-owned fuel advanced in Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdish area with out inflicting injury or casualties, native officers mentioned, the third such assault in 72 hours.
The rocket fired on Saturday focused the Khor Mor fuel advanced, owned by UAE power firm Dana Fuel, mentioned Sediq Mohammed, an official from the adjoining Qadr Qaram district.
“The rocket hit round 500 metres outdoors the advanced,” he mentioned. There was no quick declare for the assault.
The Counter-Terrorism Group, a safety physique within the Kurdish area of northern Iraq, mentioned in a press release that six rockets in complete had hit the Khor Mor fuel discipline, which lies between the cities of Kirkuk and Sulaimaniyah.
Katyusha rocket assaults focused the identical advanced on Wednesday and Friday, additionally with out inflicting casualties or injury.
Vitality infrastructure elsewhere within the semi-autonomous Kurdish area has additionally come beneath assault in latest weeks.
In Might, there was minor injury following a rocket assault on the Kawergosk refinery, northwest of the regional capital Erbil.
In April, three rockets hit close to the identical facility – one of many largest within the space – with no casualties or injury reported.