Posts Tagged ‘negotiations’
COM SECGEN BLAMES SHAHRISTANI FOR HYDROCARBON LEGISLATION MISHAP (2007)
U/S JEFFERY’S MEETING WITH PM ADVISOR ON HYDROCARBON LAW (2007)
KRG MINISTER OF NATURAL RESOURCES DISCUSSES HYDROCARBON LEGISLATION (2007)
COUNCIL OF REPRESENTATIVES (COR) OIL AND GAS COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN, DR. ALI BELU (2007)
DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER ON HYDROCARBON LAWS (KICKING OF BUTTS) (2007)
COR OIL AND GAS CHAIR EXPLAINS STATUS OF OIL LAW: No First Reading Without Nechirvan’s Approval (2007)
WHITHER IRAQI HYDROCARBONS FRAMEWORK? (2007)
Things are happening at Nassiriya oil field in southern Iraq. The field, which accounts for some 4.3 billion barrels of oil reserves, has become the latest oil field to start production in recent days, albeit at a moderate pilot rate of 20,000 b/d.
Nassiriya was discovered by Iraq National Oil Co (INOC) in 1975 and remained undeveloped for more than three decades after the drilling of the first exploration well in 1978 followed by four additional appraisal wells. In 1986, INOC attempted to start production at the field and built …
30 April 2008
The Iraqi oil ministry and Royal Dutch Shell aim to sign a preliminary agreement this summer to establish a joint venture to exploit associated gas and channel it for domestic use and export for at least 20 years, Iraqi and industry sources told International Oil Daily this week. Plans include building LNG export facilities.
Industry sources estimate investment of $2 billion-$5 billion would be required over the first five years to gather flared gas and build offshore floating LNG plants that could start exporting 400 million cubic …