Parliamentary power threatens to withdraw the crutch contract in Anbar from the investing company
20:09 - 18/09/2019
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The Committee on Oil and Energy, on Wednesday, announced its intention to issue a final warning to the investor of the crutch field in Anbar to resume work, threatening to withdraw work in the event of rejection and referral to another company.
He said a member of the Parliamentary Oil Committee Hippet Halbousi to / information / that "the company investing for the crutch field in Anbar slowed a lot in its work and stopped under the pretext of the security situation."
He added that "the security situation has stabilized for more than two years and still the company has not resumed work," noting that "the Parliamentary Energy Committee and in cooperation with the Ministry of Oil intends to send a final warning to the company to resume work again."
He explained that "in case the company refuses to resume work will be withdrawn from the field and transferred to another company," pointing out that "it was agreed with the Central Oil Company to appoint 200 security guards for the field to protect and secure work."