The spokesman of the Iraqi Oil Ministry said on Sunday that the ministry is working to complete the preparations for the fourth oil licensing round. Assem Jihad told AKnews that the fourth round of licences will include the provinces of Najaf, Karbala, Samawa, Diwaniya and Anbar, which were not included in the previous rounds. "The […]
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Gazprom Neft has completed the tendering process for the front end engineering design (FEED) for the Badra oil field in Iraq, with the contract being awarded to French Technip, according to Penn Energy. The project preparation is expected to be completed by June 2011. The tender award decision has also been taken for the road […]
Iraq has awarded three of its established gas fields to foreign consortia in the third stage of an energy sell-off, as the country races to supply gas to local power plants and to export markets. The three fields, in the south, centre and far west of Iraq were sold at or slightly below the price […]
A group led by Gazprom Neft aims to start drilling in Iraq's Badrah oilfield next year as part of its plan to reach 15,000 barrels per day by the last quarter of 2013, a company executive said yesterday. Gazprom and its partners plan to issue a tender this month to drill three to four new […]
CNOOC's attempts to enter a number of foreign markets, such as the US, rejected over concerns of control of strategically important energy assets - the firm has long been attempting to enter markets where it is likely to be greeted with less hostility, such as Iraq.
China's CNOOC Limited has announced that, the Company, via its wholly owned subsidiary - CNOOC International Limited, together with Turkish Petroleum Corporation (TPAO), have signed a technical service contract (TSC) for the development and production of the Missan Oil Fields within Iraq.
Mr. Fu Chengyu, Chairman and CEO of the Company welcomed the signing of the TSC and commented, "It is a great pleasure to participate in rebuilding Iraqi's oil industry together with TPAO.
State-run Turkish Petroleum Corp., known as TPAO, has decided to join Cnooc Ltd. the Hong Kong-listed unit of China Offshore Oil Corp. to develop Iraq's Missan oil field complex in southern Iraq, a senior Iraqi Oil Ministry official said Thursday.
Malaysia's Petroliam Nasional Bhd, or Petronas, has started recruiting hundreds of Iraqis for four oil projects the company won during Iraq's second licensing auction in December.