Deputy reveals oil wells with Kuwait border untapped from the Iraqi side
09:24 - 11/06/2019
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Information / Baghdad ..
The deputy of the province of Basra Charter Hamdi, on Tuesday, the existence of a group of oil wells near the Iraqi border with Kuwait, explaining that the order to leave those wells and not to exploit them is surprising and question.
"The Iraqi border with Kuwait contains a group of oil wells that were dug during the time of the regime and was not exploited by the Iraqi side," Hamidi said in a statement.
"The wells mentioned are rich in oil and can be exploited, but it is surprising to leave these wells and not to take advantage of the large quantities of oil that it contains."
"The lack of exploitation of the border wells allows the other parties to exploit them and may be through the drilling of the slant to extract oil, where there are many signs of questioning not to take advantage of those wells, and go towards oil wells in the north of Basra."
"The foreign companies operating in the oil fields in Basra province go north to search and extract oil, while leaving wells ready ready for oil rich near the Iraqi border with Kuwait, and left other wells near the border with Saudi Arabia in Hafr al-Batin." End 25 n