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Saudi Arabia is asking Iraq about 20 million barrels of crude to supply its refineries

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Saudi Arabia is asking Iraq about 20 million barrels of crude to supply its refineries

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According to the newspaper " The Wall Street Journal , " the US on Thursday that Saudi Arabia has asked the Iraqi Oil Marketing Company (SOMO) of 20 million barrels of crude oil to supply the country 's refineries after the attack on Saudi Aramco facilities.
"Saudi Arabia has asked the Iraqi Oil Marketing Company (SOMO) 20 million barrels of crude oil to supply the refineries," the paper said in a translation.
Saudi Aramco declined to comment on the matter, while Ali Nizar Shater, vice president of crude sales at the state-run Iraqi Oil Marketing Organization, said there was no contract between the authority and the Saudi company.
On Saturday, a drone attack on Saudi facilities killed more than half of the country's daily oil production. Finished / 25 z


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US newspaper: Saudi Arabia knocked on the door of Iraq to buy oil after the Aramco attack



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[rtl]Saudi Arabia has reached out to international partners, including Iraq, in a bid to make up for the oil shortage caused by the attack on Aramco, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.[/rtl]
[rtl]Saudi Arabia, after attacking two Aramco facilities at Abqaiq and Khurais, which halted half of its oil exports, was forced to boost its reputation as a credible exporter of black gold globally to boost its exports at the expense of dedicated oil, the paper quoted oil brokers as saying. To meet their internal needs.[/rtl]
[rtl]Aramco, shortly after Saturday's attack, turned to the global market to explore opportunities to acquire oil products, including diesel, gasoline and fuel oil, in much larger quantities than usual, a move believed to be aimed at filling gaps in its domestic needs, brokers said.[/rtl]
[rtl]The paper also quoted two people familiar with the matter as saying that Saudi Arabia resorted to the Iraqi state oil marketing company "Somo" request to provide 20 million barrels of crude oil in order to support its internal refineries.[/rtl]
[rtl]Aramco declined to comment on the issue, while Vice President of "Somo" crude oil sales, Ali Nizar Shater, the existence of any contacts in this regard between the two companies, according to the newspaper.[/rtl]
[rtl]Saudi Arabia has also been forced to make changes to the types of crude oil it offers to its international customers. Aramco has told Indian refineries that it cannot currently supply standard Arabian light crude and proposed replacing it with lower-grade heavy crude.[/rtl]
[rtl]Aramco has replaced five shipments of light Arab crude, two of which are for China, with heavy crude from its warehouses in Ras Tanura, in addition to canceling the scheduled loading of a Norwegian tanker in Samra Ahmed, said Khamal Ahmed, a crude oil analyst at Kpler. Ras Tanura yesterday.[/rtl]
[rtl]Brokers pointed out that the reduction of supplies of Arab light oil from Saudi Arabia has prompted at least two international competitors to the Kingdom, namely the UAE and Qatar, to offer alternatives to international customers, and the United States can also fill any gap in this area, especially as two new pipelines link between the field Large oil in Texas and New Mexico and ports bordering the Mexican Gulf are increasing their capabilities in this area.[/rtl]


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[size=18]The Iraqi Oil Marketing Company (SOMO), on Thursday, "categorically denied" Saudi Arabia's request to Iraq to supply crude oil.


The director of relations and media company, Haider al-Kaabi in an interview with Alsumaria News, "the oil marketing company Somo categorically denies Saudi Arabia's request to Iraq to provide crude oil."

According to the site "Wall Street Journal", earlier Thursday, that Saudi Arabia asked the Iraqi oil marketing company "Somo" 20 million barrels of oil to supply its refineries.







According to press reports, the attack on two vital facilities belonging to the company "Saudi Aramco", last Saturday, caused serious losses suffered by the Kingdom's economy, after strikes aimed at the heart of the oil industry by targeting the largest oil processing facility in the world.


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Post by rocky on Thu 19 Sep 2019, 7:11 am

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[size=18]Saudi Arabia has asked Iraqi oil marketing company SOMO 20 million barrels of oil to supply its refineries, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.


According to press reports, the attack on two vital facilities belonging to the company " [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] ", last Saturday, caused serious losses suffered by the Kingdom's economy, after strikes aimed at the heart of the oil industry by targeting the largest oil processing facility in the world.







While supply is expected to take several weeks and possibly months, others say that almost half of Saudi Arabia's production cuts for more than six weeks could push the price of Brent crude above $ 75.


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Post by GWT54 on Thu 19 Sep 2019, 3:00 pm

Guess Iraq forgot about the debt forgiveness from Saudi Arabia.

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