Iran hopes to sign a deal with Baghdad to build an oil export pipeline from Iraq’s southern city of Basra within a month.
Petrel will also receive a 10% profit interest in exchange for surrendering a 50% stake in the oilfield for $7 million.
First Iraqi Airways plane into Gatwick London since UN sanctions in 1990 landed today
Etihad Crystal Cargo has launched a weekly service from Abu Dhabi to Erbil operating an A300-600F freighter with a payload of 42 tonnes every Tuesday and Saturday.
Iranian exports to Iraq will exceed $8 billion in 2010 – up from $6 billion in 2009 -boosted by equipment and materials for the war-damaged country’s reconstruction
“Iraq is an under-banked country, having only 550 bank branches for a population of approximately 30 million. We have to increase the number of banks and put more Iraqis back into the banking sector. American finance banks and finance institutions can help us.
Vice education and teaching department manager in the governing council, Ghanim Abed Al-Amir, disclosed the arrest of someone stealing books from the school supply department He stated to eye media “The person stealing the textbooks is working as a guard near the school supply department. He was sneaking in at night. A large number of […]
The Iraqi Council of Ministers agreed to pay the cost of purchasing 10 electricity transformers for Basra province. “Each transformer is 400 KVA,” Dr. Ali al-Dabbagh said in a release on Sunday received by Aswat al-Iraq news agency. He explained that Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki promised to pay for the transformers during his visit […]
The initial development plan agreed by Royal Dutch Shell, Malaysian partner Petronas and Iraqi oil officials includes inviting oil service firms to drill 15 new wells, an Iraqi oil official confirmed today.
Total is consdering a bigger stake in the Halfaya oilfield, in a bid to increase its presence in Iraq, its chief executive said on Thursday.
Iraqi state-run North Oil Company (NOC) finalized drilling nine new oil wells and will rehabilitate 13 other oil wells during the coming days.
Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) discussed possible projects, including the development of the agriculture sector in the region this week