Tag Archives | Malaysia

Malaysia/Iraq Trade Reached US$43m for First 7 Months

Trade volume between Malaysia and Iraq reached US$43 million in the first seven months of 2010. According to the Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (Matrade), the figure comprised US$20.2 million in Malaysian exports to Iraq, and imports worth US$22.8 million. Matrade’s senior trade commissioner, Datuk Dzulkifli Mahmud, said Malaysian exports to Iraq were mainly electrical […]

Petronas to Train Iraqi Engineers for Gharraf Oilfield

Petronas, the Malaysian state oil firm, has agreed to train 60 Iraqi oil engineers to help it develop the Gharaf oilfield. The engineers will attend an intensive 6-month course in Malaysia and will then be sent back home to supervise the company’s operations, according to a report from Azzaman. Petronas and Japan Petroleum Exploration Co […]

Appraisal Wells Planned for Garraf

Malaysia’s Petronas and Japan Petroleum Exploration (Japex) are planning to award a deal shortly to drill several wells at Iraq’s untapped Garraf [Gharraf] oil field in southern Iraq, a company executive said. The  consortium is planning to drill two appraisal wells at Garraf, in Dhi Qar province, starting in November, he said. “We have issued […]