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BACKDOC: Article: Iran, Iraq to lead Middle East oil growth
INTERESTING. AT LEAST FOR THE MOMENT IT APPEARS THE TWO SHIA BROTHERS ARE PRODUCING ABOUT THE SAME. ALTHOUGH RECENTLY IRAQ SAID IT COULD RAISE THEIR OUTPUT TO 5 MILLION BARRELS/DAY.
WE ALSO KNOW THAT THEY BOTH SHARE OILS FIELDS IN A JOINT PARTNERSHIP AS WELL. COULD THEIR POLITICAL REFORMS FOLLOW THEIR FINANCIAL REFORMS? MMMM
WELL, ONCE MOSUL IS ADMITTED THE IRANIAN FORCES WILL BE ESCORTED OUT OF IRAN OR BE EDITED IN MY HUMBLE OPINION! CHOICES FOR IRAN, BECOME A GOOD NEIGHBOR OR BECOME THE NEXT TERRORISTS THAT NEED TO BE EDITED?
WHICH WILL YOU CHOOSE IRAN?
LIKE FRANKIE SAID, IRAQ IS THE PRETTIEST GIRL AT THE DANCE AND DON'T FORGET THAT!
FOR NOW IRAN YOU NEED TO SIT DOWN BE QUIET AND QUIT BEING CHATTY, AND MAYBE SOON ,IF YOU PLAY NICE YOU AND YOUR SHIA BROTHER WILL BOTH HAVE A SINGLE PAYMENT SYSTEM.
YOU CHOOSE IRAN, GOOD OR EVIL? DOC IMHO
Samson: Iran, Iraq to lead Middle East oil growth
Energy analysts say oil field development plans in Iran and Iraq are expected to drive the largest production growth in the Middle East over the next four years. Tue Mar 21, 2017 7:27PM
Speculations are growing that oil field development plans in Iran and Iraq would drive the largest production growth in the Middle East over the next four years.
According to research consultancy Rystad Energy that studies the member countries of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) in the Middle East, Iran and Iraq are on track to meet production targets and are expected to specifically contribute to a rise in production in the region from the second half of 2017.
“Iraq and Iran are the countries where oil production is expected to see the highest growth over the next decade … [they] are also among the countries that are leading in terms of the capital investment increase in the years to come,” an analyst at Rystad said as quoted by breakbulk.com energy news website.
In Iraq, production growth is expected to be underpinned by the launch of the second development phase of the Lukoil-operated Qurna West-2 field, the Nahr bin Umar field, the second phase of the Majnoon and the third phase of the Halfayah developments, it added.
In Iran, the first phase of the South Azadegan project is expected to contribute to oil production growth over the next five years, reaching a plateau of 255,000 barrels of day from 2021.
Iran announced in January that its production of oil has reached around 4 million barrels per day (mb/d) – a yet another indication that the country is regaining its crude production abilities after multiple years of sanctions.
Gholam-Reza Manouchehri, the deputy for development and engineering affairs of the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC), told the domestic media that Iran was already on the way to make a stronger oil market recovery, emphasizing that this would be expedited through the development of several key projects such as South Azadegan within the next few years.
Walkingstick: Iraqi government announces exchange more than a billion dollars to contractors soon
Samson: Abadi continues his meetings with top US officials
Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi continue in his current visit to Washington for meetings with senior leaders and US officials in the government and the legislative side.
A statement by his office late last night that al - Abadi "met in the Capitol building, gathering support for Iraq, which includes a group of members of the US House of Representatives from the Republican and Democratic parties."
Abadi also met with the "majority leader in the US Senate Mitch McConnell , the minority leader in the Senate , Chuck Schumer and the leaders of the Senate."
The statement pointed to a meeting the prime minister , "Foreign Relations Committee in the US Senate , headed by Bob Corker."
Jay: Imo.. Kinda sounds like HCL has been activated...???..
Samson: Kirkuk confirm the entry-oil agreement with Baghdad into force
03/22/2017 - 12:18
The head of the Commission on oil and gas in the Kirkuk Provincial Council Ahmed al-Askari, Wednesday, entering the oil agreement between Baghdad and the province on the export of oil into force, adding that the agreement will need to increase cooperation between the two parties.
The military said in a press statement, said that "the oil agreement between Baghdad and the province on the export of oil went into effect after the arrival of about 40,000 barrels of Kirkuk oilfields to the refinery Kalak in Mosul in order to provide the residents."
He added that "the bilateral agreement between the governor and the prime minister included a number of points, including the expansion of the refinery Kirkuk and set up a new refinery and disbursement amounts of petro dollars and allocation of central functions of the province."
The military said that "the agreement will need to increase cooperation between the two parties and open up new prospects for an end to the tension and pleasing to the people of the province penile legitimate rights.
Frank26: Applause !!!
FrostytheSnowman: Nice find Samson!!!! (POST # 148)
IMO ... sounds like this massive "New City" called BISMAYAH (built by Hanwha) is done ... (at least the first few phases).
For the "dinar-doubters" ... I highly encourage you to watch every second of this video ... then ask yourself ..
"What? This huge company is doing all of this for a program rate?" lol
Ok ... maybe they did for the 1st phase ... but ever notice how real estate developments become more pricey as the 2nd, 3rd, 4th phases are opened?
IMO ... follow the money ... follow the contracts ... PAYDAY is on it's way folks!
Yes! It's time to get as excited as the Iraqi citizens will be to occupy these brand-new air-conditioned homes.
Go RV! This video was uploaded in 2014.
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