Iraq plans to raise oil production from Kirkuk fields to one million barrels per day
08:30 - 09/05/2019
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Oil Minister Thamir al-Ghadhban revealed on Thursday that his ministry has prepared a plan to boost the production of Kirkuk fields from 400,000 to one million barrels per day of crude.
"The ministry has prepared a plan to promote the production of Kirkuk fields from 400 thousand to one million barrels per day of crude," he said, adding that " [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
is currently exported through the port of Ceyhan, about 90 Thousand barrels of oil produced there, and the remaining goes for domestic production. "
He added that "the ministry has the capacity to advance the capacity of these fields to higher levels and an increase of not less than 50 percent and reach to one million barrels per day, up from the current level of 400 thousand, which exports between (80 - 90) thousand barrels per day through the export pipeline in The Kurdistan region, which is connected to the area of (Fisch Khabur) Bnnobob (Iraqi - Turkish) and reaches the port of Ceyhan, and receive these oil and deposited in a reservoir dedicated to it and sold at international prices by the oil marketing company (Sumo). Ending / 25