Controlled by: Ministry of Oil (Baghdad).
Location: Diyala province, 50 kilometres north-east of Baquba city
Size: 20 kilometers long and 3 to 4 kilometers wide. Estimated reserves of 4.5 trillion standard cubic feet, making it Iraq's second largest gas field, after Akkas.
Developed by: Sinopec (China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation) (49%), Middle Oil Company (51%).
(Originally granted in Iraq's third licensing round (2010) to TPAO (37.5%), Oil Exploration Company (25%), Kuwait Energy (KEC) (22.5%), Kogas (15%), the contract was reported to have been cancelled in 2020.)
Contract granted: 20th April 2021.
Remuneration: Unknown. (Previously $7 per barrel of oil equivalent (boe) in the 2010 contract)
Plateau production target: 320 million standard cubic feet (Mmscf) per day. (Previously 320 million standard cubic feet (Mmscf) per day in the 2010 contract)
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A full list of oil and gas fields controlled by the Ministry of Oil in Baghdad can be found here.