Bomb closure hits Colombia output

Colombia output: Has taken 7% hit after explosive disruption

The month-long closure of a key Colombian oil pipeline following a bomb attack has cut the Andean nation's daily crude output by about 72,000 barrels, or about 7%, according to data from state-run oil company Ecopetrol, which owns the duct, according to a report.

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