Posted on 03 December 2013 .
By Ahmed Mousa Jiyad.
Any opinions expressed are those of the author, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News.
China and CNPC are Consolidating Further their Positions in Iraq Petroleum Sector
Four years after the first bid round took place, some international oil companes (IOCs) are consolidating their positions. while others are descending after good start, and some were even unable to make an entry. CNPC stands among the first group, while ExxonMobil exemplifies the second group, and companies such as Chevron, Repsol and Conoco Phillips fall into the third group.
In a previous paper I addressed how Russia has entrenched and solidified its role in the Iraqi petroleum sector. This paper is mainly about CNPC’s path to consolidating its presence in this sector.
Mr Jiyad is an independent development consultant, scholar and Associate with Centre for Global Energy Studies (CGES), London. He was formerly a senior economist with the Iraq National Oil Company and Iraq’s Ministry of Oil, Chief Expert for the Council of Ministers, Director at the Ministry of Trade, and International Specialist with UN organizations in Uganda, Sudan and Jordan. He is now based in Norway (Email: [email protected], Skype ID: Ahmed Mousa Jiyad).
Dr. Mark A. DeWeaver
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