Oil-producing countries yet to address their gas flaring may begin to feel there are no more excuses. In a remarkable and bold decision, the government of Iraq recently endorsed the “Zero Routine Flaring by 2030” Initiative, (ZRF), which means the country has committed to not routinely flare associated gas in any new oil fields and […]
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The largest cargoes ever to arrive in Iraq have been unloaded at Basra Multipurpose Terminal (BMT), in the port of Umm Qasr. The four LPG Bullets with unit weights of 665 tons were carried on the MV Happy Star. They measure 65 meters in length and 12 meters in diameter, and will be used at […]
By John Lee. In its third-quarter results, Epic Gas says that increased LPG production at the Basrah Gas LPG plant has resulted in surplus tonnes available for export. The company said that it has recently noticed a growing number of pressure cargoes coming out from Iraq, and it expects to see this trend continue. (Source: Epic […]
By Simon Kent. Iraq’s Ministry of Oil have announced that 2 cargoes, one of LPG, one of Condensate, have departed the export terminals at Basra. Iraq began exporting LPG earlier this year through its Basra Gas Company Joint Venture, a consortium of Shell, Iraq’s South Gas company and Mitsubishi as the minority stakeholder. Proceeds will […]
By John Lee. Norwegian company Hexagon Ragasco, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hexagon Composites, has received an order of USD 13.6 million for the supply of LPG cylinders to Iraq. The order is for delivery in the second half of 2014. Jon Erik Engeset (pictured), CEO of Hexagon Composites, commented: “We are very pleased with the performance […]
Iraq’s Oil Projects Company seeks bids for an LPG loading and unloading station at the Samawa (Sumawa) depot. The deadline for the receipt of bids is 12:00 noon on 15th February. Please click here to download details.