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    Jordanian Energy Minister: Iraqi imported oil constitutes 7% of the Kingdom's needs

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    Jordanian Energy Minister: Iraqi imported oil constitutes 7% of the Kingdom's needs Empty Jordanian Energy Minister: Iraqi imported oil constitutes 7% of the Kingdom's needs

    Post by Rocky Tue 05 Feb 2019, 6:06 am


    Jordanian Energy Minister: Iraqi imported oil constitutes 7% of the Kingdom's needs

    11:54 - 05/02/2019



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    Information / Baghdad ..
    Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Hala Zwati said on Tuesday that Iraq's imported oil is reduced to 7% of Jordan's needs, pointing out that the oil will be directed directly to the refinery.
    "Oil imported from Iraq will be directly channeled to the refinery to refine it on a derivatives body and it has nothing to do with the production of electricity," Zwati said in a statement to Jordan's Al-Ghad newspaper. "The electricity generation is done either by using gas Natural or renewable energy, and conventional fuels are not currently used to generate electricity. "
    "The agreement with Iraq includes the purchase of 10 thousand barrels of crude oil per day, which constitutes 7% of the Kingdom's needs based on the average monthly price of Brent crude minus $ 16 per barrel is the difference in transport costs and specification teams." Ending / 25

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