Baker Hughes stops work in Iraq after security incident
Nov 11 (Reuters) - U.S. oilfield services company Baker Hughes Inc said on Monday it has suspended operations in Iraq following a protest by local residents at a facility near Basrah.
Baker Hughes said there were no injuries from the incident and it has issued force majeure notices to its customers "due to the significant disruption of business."
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