KUWAITI WELL KILL PROGRAM HITS HALFWAY POINT

The postwar restoration of Kuwait reached a major milestone last week with the killing of the country's 375th sabotaged oil well. It is the halfway point in repairing history's largest act of oil field vandalism. Since launching of the Al-Awda well control project last March, Kuwait Oil Co. has marshaled nearly 9,000 workers from 32 countries on five continents in an effort to get its damaged oil fields back into production.

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