You don't even know where the attack came from, but you know what the "goal of Iranian attack was"?Fixing means making it operation and so far it is working.
Patch i.e. quick fix can later be replaced with much better alternative and in planned and controlled order.
So, unless goal of Iranian attack was not to stop oil production, but something else, then Iran has failed.
They haven't fixed anything you single digit brain celled organism. They have brought production back up. I'll leave you to dabble into the difference between those two for a while and see if you can figure out the difference. You can bring production back up in a number of ways, none of which involve fixing the damn plant, BECAUSE YOU CAN'T REBUILD A PLANT IN ONE WEEK LMAO
Where are the pictures of the rebuilt plant?
I showed you the Financial Times article which said they are using their reserves and tapping into other wells. 10% of their reserves have already been used. They are also cutting their domestic fuel quota by 1 million barrels a day to meet export demands.