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    Iraq asks Saudi Arabia to reinstate the oil export agreement through the joint pipeline

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    Post by Rocky Wed 27 Sep 2017, 3:54 am

    Iraq asks Saudi Arabia to reinstate the oil export agreement through the joint pipeline

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    Economy News _ Baghdad:
    The newspaper "News" Lebanese, on Wednesday, an Iraqi request from Saudi Arabia to re-work agreement to export Iraqi oil via the pipeline - the Saudi joint, which passes through the territory of the Kingdom in order to face the separation of Kurdistan.
    The newspaper said in a report issued today and viewed by the "economy News", that "some leaks came out of an Iraqi request from the Saudis to re-work on the agreement to export Iraqi oil via the Iraqi-Saudi pipeline, which passes through Saudi territory, and the latter has stopped working by One during the invasion of Kuwait in 1990 as a punitive measure for Saddam Hussein. "
    The pipeline, which runs from the Rumailan field in southern Iraq, is making its way into the Saudi desert towards Riyadh and then turning west to be located at the Al-Majas refinery near Yanbu on the Red Sea coast. The pipeline has a capacity of about 1.6 million Barrel per day ".
    The newspaper pointed out that "Iraq neglected before the US invasion to prosecute Saudi Arabia in international courts because of the confiscation of the pipeline (owned by Iraq) and oil, which was in addition to the use of the transfer of gas from the eastern region to the west of the Kingdom.
    According to the newspaper, Iraq "hopes today that Riyadh agree to revive the agreement to increase the capacity to export," pointing out that "can not be ruled out the possibility of pre-emptive Baghdad steps to separate the Kurdistan region, which would confiscate a large part of oil production in the north (about 700 thousand barrels per day) ) To demand Riyadh revive the work pipe agreement (miracle).
    The paper pointed out that "Hence the interest of Saudi Arabia in encouraging Barzani to move forward in the steps of separation to cause a crisis in the export of oil region, to increase the need for Baghdad pipeline« miracle », and opens the door wide to blackmail Iraq to gain gains and influence in the face of Iran.


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