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Debris-Recycling to bolster return of Displaced in Iraq

Debris-recycling initiative seeks to bolster return of displaced in Iraq, amidst growing risks of COVID-19 outbreak With support from the Government of Japan, the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) is joining forces with the International Organization for Migration (IOM) to launch an innovative debris-recycling project that will help displaced persons in Kirkuk Governorate, northern Iraq, return […]

4 more get Coronavirus in Iraq

By John Lee. Iraq has reported four new cases of coronavirus (covid-19), this time in Kirkuk province. In a statement, the Ministry of Health said the four were from the same family, and had recently returned from Iran. They have been placed in quarantine. According to Reuters, Iraq has indefinitely extended an entry ban on […]

BP "Pulls Out" of Kirkuk Oilfield

By John Lee. BP has reportedly finished its work at Iraq’s giant Kirkuk oilfield. According to Reuters, sources confirmed that the decision followed the expiration of its $100-million exploration contract at the end of December, at which point there was no agreement on the field’s expansion. It quotes a source at BP as saying: “In […]

Investment Opportunities in Kirkuk

Iraq’s National Investment Commission (NIC) in coordination with Kirkuk Provincial Investment Commission are pleased to announce the following investment opportunities: Allocating 1200 m² on a part of the land lot no. (100/1 m 56 ceqanian) to construct a commercial complex Allocating 80 Donum on a part of the land lot no. (26/838 m 40 Kirkuk Side) […]

Kirkuk: Youth Discuss Reconciliation and Stability

Kirkuk: Youth come together to discuss issues of reconciliation and stability Twenty-four young women and men, representing the youth of Kirkuk Governorate, recently met in Kirkuk city to discuss what the youth see as key issues in the context of their Governorate. In the presence of the Head of the United Nations Assistance Mission for […]

UNDP E-Tendering Training in Kirkuk

In continuing of training sessions conducted in 2017, 2018 and early 2019 for the potential firms/companies throughout Iraq, UNDP Country Office Iraq is planning to conduct E-Tendering training session for firms/companies who have not yet registered with the E-Tendering portal of the UNDP based in Kirkuk Governorate. The training sessions will be conducted on 23 […]

Iraq Duty Free to open at Kirkuk Airport

By John Lee. Iraq Duty Free has reportedly signed a ten-year contract with the Iraqi Civil Aviation Authority (ICAA) and the Ministry of Transport to run shops at the new Kirkuk International Airport. The Moodie Davitt Report quotes Iraq Duty Free CEO Ahmed Kamal as saying that the Financial Links-owned retailer will open a 190 […]

Iraq to Build 5 New Refineries

By John Lee. The Iraqi Ministry of Oil has reportedly announced that it will select a number of international investment companies to build five new refineries around the country: Kirkuk with a capacity of 70,000 barrels per day (bpd); Wasit capacity of 140,000 bpd; Nasiriyah capacity of 140,000 bpd; Basra card 140,000 bpd; and al-Faw […]

Iraq Duty Free plans First Downtown Store in Baghdad

By John Lee. Iraq Duty Free is reported to be in the process of securing approval to operate the first downtown duty free store in Iraq. The project, to be located in Baghdad, is expected to begin early next year, and open in June 2020. The company is also expanding at Basra International Airport and […]

Cabinet allocates Funds to Prison Building, Water Project

The Cabinet held its regular weekly meeting in Baghdad on Tuesday under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Mr. Adil Abd Al-Mahdi. It: voted to adopt the recommendation of the Ministerial Council on Energy on the Charter of Cooperation of Oil-Producing Countries which aims to promote stability in the global oil market; approved the allocation of […]