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Ministry of Oil

New Oil Development Opportunities in Iraq

By John Lee. Iraq's Ministry of Oil has requested proposals from international oil companies interestsed in developing a number of small- and medium-sized oil fields. The fields concerned are: Sindebad (Basra governorate); Umm Qasr [Um Qaser] (Basra governorate); Rachi (Basra governorate); Abu Khema (Basra governorate); Kumait (Missan governorate); Noor (Missan governorate); Umara (Missan governorate); Dema […]

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More Firms Pre-Approved for Nassiriya Bid

By John Lee. Iraq has selected five additional international oil companies to bid for the development of its $4.4-billion Nassiriya oil field and the construction of a new 300,000 bpd refinery, reports Reuters. The companies added to the list are: France's Maurel et Prom; Russia's Rosneft; Essar UAE India; South Korea's GS Engineering & Construction […]

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Iraq "wants Russians to Replace Exxon at West Qurna"

By John Lee. Iraq is considering replacing ExxonMobil at the supergiant West Qurna-1 oilfield with Russian companies LUKoil and Gazprom Neft, according to a report from Nefte Compass. Iraq regards Exxon's contracts in the northern Kurdish region of the country as illegal. But if any agreement was reached at this week's meeting between Iraqi Prime […]

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Dunia Weekly Iraq Market Tracker

Advertising Feature Iraq Business News is delighted to bring you the latest Iraq Market Tracker report from Dunia Frontier Consultants. The market tracker highlights the activities and market performance of a basket of publicly traded firms who derive a significant percentage of their revenues from operations in Iraq, but are traded on foreign exchanges: a […]

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Erbil Shows Baghdad Path Out of Political Impasse

By Eugen Iladi. The opinions expressed here are those of the author, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News. The inability of Iraqi political elites to form a government more than six months after the March elections is hardly surprising given the fragmented poll results and deep divisions separating top leaders. […]

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