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The Iraqi council of ministers has finally given its final stamp of approval today for the first gas deal of its kind in Iraq’s energy history based on the agreement initialized on July 12 between Royal Dutch Shell, Mitsubishi and South Gas Co, to capture and process flared gas in southern Iraq. This deal would put Iraq on the global gas map, something long due in view of the country’s huge oil and gas resource base. Basrah gas Co, to be established according to this final agreement, will be one …
AFTER INITIALING OIL CONTRACTS, IRAQ DEMANDS CHANGES
OIL MINISTER TO CHANGE SIGNING BONUSES FOR 2009 FIRST BID ROUND CONTRACTS
CHEVRON ON IOC INVESTING IN IRAQ
RUMAILA OIL-FIELD LAWSUIT CONTINUES BUT SUCCESS UNLIKELY
FORMER OIL MINISTER AND COR CANDIDATE WEIGHS IN ON DE-BA’ATHIFICATION, OIL, AND EDUCATION
BASRA: LOCAL DISSATISFACTION GROWS IN FINAL RUN-UP TO FIRST OIL BID ROUND
IRAQ’S OIL BID ROUND 2: U.S. FIRMS’ PARTICIPATION
IRAQ’S FIRST OIL BID ROUND SPUTTERS
BIG OIL’S ABOUT-FACE ON IRAQ: THREE WORLD CLASS OIL CONTRACTS IN ONE WEEK
WILL THE OIL MINISTRY LICENSING ROUND …
Former Director General of South Oil Co and oil ministry advisor Jabbar al-Luaibi discusses in an interview with Ruba Husari in Dubai May 16, 2009 the state of the oil fields in southern Iraq and the reasons behind the recent loss in production capacity at Iraq’s major producing oil fields.
Q: You brought the oil sector back from the ashes in 2003 and ramped up production till you achieved an unprecedented peak in 2007. Why the sudden deterioration and the loss of production capacity now?
A: It’s true, the oil …