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Petrojet Wins Major New Iraq Contracts

By John Lee. Egypt’s state-owned Petroleum Projects & Technical Consultations Company (Petrojet) has reportedly won two contracts in Iraq valued at $142.5 million (166 billion Iraqi dinars). In the first contract, worth $75 million, Petrojet will carry out the first phase of the rehabilitation and upgrade of the current facilities in Basra Gas Company, for […]

Samsung Sign $840m ENI Zubair Deal

By John Lee. Samsung Engineering Co., Ltd. has officially announced that it was awarded the North (Hammar Mishrif) New Degassing Station Facilities contract for the ENI Zubair Oil Field Development project in Iraq, worth  $840 million. The signing ceremony was attended by Samsung Engineering’s President & CEO Mr.Park Choong-Heum, South Oil Company’s Director General Mr. Dheyaa Jaafar […]

Koreans win $1.7bn Power Contracts

By John Lee. Reuters reports that Iraq has approved $1.7 billion in contracts with Korean companies Samsung Engineering and Hyundai Heavy Industries to build two engineering projects: Samsung won a $894.5 million contract to handle engineering, procurement and construction work on a degassing station in the Zubair oilfield; Hyundai won a $818 million contract to […]

Iraq Plans Oilfield Contract Award to Koreans

By John Lee. Businessweek reports that Iraq plans to award contracts at the Zubair oil field the the Korean companies Samsung Engineering, Hyundai Heavy Industries, and Daewoo Engineering & Construction. Oil minister Abdul Kareem Luaibi [Elaibi] (pictured) has told reporters: “We are in the last stages in attributing the project entirely to three Korean companies … […]

Samsung Wins $879m Badra Deal

By John Lee. Iraq and the Russian state oil producer Gazprom Neft have awarded an $879 million contract to South Korea’s Samsung Group to develop the Badra oil field in eastern Iraq. Samsung will design and build phase two of a central processing facility (CPF) for oil production in the field, which is expected to […]

LUKoil Starts Drilling at West Qurna-2

LUKOIL started production drilling and construction of a key production facility, namely a Central Processing Facility, at the West Qurna-2 field in Iraq on Wednesday. Abdel Karim al-Luaibi, the Iraqi Oil Minister, and also the heads of the Basra province, Iraq’s South Oil Company, LUKOIL Overseas and of the major contractor companies Baker Hughes and […]

Lukoil to Sign $998m Deal with Samsung on West Qurna-2

Bloomberg reports that Lukoil, Russia’s biggest non- state oil producer, will sign an agreement with Samsung this week for the development of the West Qurna-2 oilfield. Samsung will install “a crude-gathering facility and a central processing plant for West Qurna-2,” the Iraqi Oil Ministry said on Tuesday. The deal is expected to be signed on 22nd […]

Dunia Weekly Iraq Market Tracker

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Samsung Wins $1bn Oil Contract

Iraq’s cabinet announced that it had approved a $998 million oilfield service contract on Tuesday with a South Korean company for the West Qurna 2 oilfield, according to Reuters. While the memo did not name the company, Samsung Engineering was the only South Korean company on the final shortlist. Iraq and its partners, Russia’s Lukoil […]

Five Firms Shortlisted for West Qurna 2

Reuters reports that Iraq and its partners, Russia’s LUKoil and Norway’s Statoil, have shortlisted five companies to compete for the West Qurna Phase Two oilfield development contract. An Iraqi oil official who asked not to be identified said on Tuesday that the oil service companies selected are Saipem , SNC Lavalin Group Inc , Punj […]