Al Jazeera reported on November 29 that the Iraqi Ministry of Oil said that the Sinaiya refinery in the northern province of the country was hit by rockets and a fire broke out, and business was temporarily suspended. According to the Iraqi Ministry of Oil, no casualties have been reported.
According to the Iraqi Ministry of Oil, Northern Refining Company, a state-owned enterprise that operates the refinery, said that the fire was put out within hours of the attack and the refinery has resumed operation.
The Islamic State group reportedly claimed responsibility for the rocket attack. ISIS” said on its website Amaq that two Katyusha rockets were used in the attack. According to the report, the Siniya refinery is close to the Baiji refinery, the largest in Iraq.