Iraq refuses to cut its production of oil
Ghadban confirms his arrival to 4 million barrels per day by the end of the year 2013
BAGHDAD - morning: Across Iraq for refusing to cut oil production in the case of a request OPEC reducing the supply of oil. He said Iraq's OPEC Falah al-Amiri said in a statement quoted by Reuters on Wednesday: that he should on the other producers of OPEC members to bear the burden of production cuts if there is a need to reduce supply. And stressed: that Iraq will not reduce its production never, for it is a matter of sovereignty is not about OPEC, adding that the countries that have raised oil output in the past two years it has to cut production.
remarks came Ameri shortly before the start of the OPEC meeting, which was held yesterday evening as experts predict that keep organization on output policy unchanged. On a related matter, the president of the advisers in the prime minister Thamer Ghadban said oil production in Iraq will be four million barrels per day by year-end 2013.
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Said Ghadhban's »Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network»: The «oil production will reach the end of next year to at least four million barrels per day, an increase of a thousand barrels a day compared to 2012 ». explained: that« there are many oil wells discovered undeveloped until now can be invested to produce oil field Dujail and field east of Baghdad, which runs from Nahrawan south of the capital down to the coronary and where Currently production is limited could develop, in addition to the field Kifl, West Kifl and Morgan, all fields discovered in the seventies of the last century and can contribute to increased oil production ». plans to the oil ministry to launch licensing round fifth after the completion of legal proceedings on a tour of oil licensing fourth conducted by earlier this year.