Former oil minister proposes "realistic solution to unemployment crisis"[/rtl]
[rtl]Date: Edit: 2019/10/24 16:55 • 202 times read[/rtl]
Former Iraqi oil minister and deputy Jabbar al-Luaibi, announced the preparation of a proposal to solve an important part of the unemployment crisis and the absorption of young people and graduates, especially in the oil provinces, including the province of Basra, stressing that the proposal includes the provision of thousands of jobs and jobs and the absorption of graduates and youth in jobs and projects It generates income and contributes to the country's economy and provides self-financing.
Al-Luaibi said in an official statement today that "the painful outcome of the Iraqi experience with all its vital joints, left extreme poverty and starvation pressuring the masses and the low standard of living and millions of migrants and displaced people and a devastated economy as a result of the accumulation of events, wars and conflicts that have passed on Iraq since the eighties of the last century, and the decline continues until After 2003 an inevitable result, the loss of sincere vision and the dumping of government and community corruption resulting from the accumulation of political mistakes and the decline in the adoption or obstruction of decisions and initiatives that try to save what can be saved '.
Al-Luaibi pointed out that one of the most important reasons for this is "the absence of the right vision and strategy, the most important of which is the lack of vision from setting priorities in building a modern state of the most serious and the most important reasons that accumulate setbacks and stop the immediate solutions that concern the current government in vain chaotic decisions in the context of a disgraceful reality To make a paradigm shift in the life of society. "
He pointed out that this comes "in spite of the potential that God has loved for Iraq land, people, environment and a privileged position to reduce time and reduce losses and accelerate the rise of the country if I have the vision in setting priorities and work to achieve through a successful development process to raise the level of political performance through Employment of the economic factor in the solution to societal crises.
Allaibi stressed that this important factor goes beyond the economic factor and the problems hampered and pressure.
He added that "what makes matters worse is the lack of know-how and the decrease in the number of competencies that have been reduced by the pressure of the expelling political factor, in addition to the country's dependence on a single resource, oil, which provides direct revenues that do not need much effort because of the quality and inheritance."
Al-Luaibi said that `` by virtue of our oil experience for nearly half a century and we have received graduated positions in the Ministry of Oil, we present our own vision to make a radical development in this sector to cost the state budget little effort and rely on national capabilities, to reap great results provide huge amounts of the state budget. ''
Allaibi stressed that before that we must diagnose the following: The first problems in the oil sector is the wrong structure, and the old administrative system that governs it, which adds burdens to prevent its development, so it is necessary to start, to build an efficient and courageous administration, specialists and trained from the national cadre current and give them a role in decision - making, and to initiate a campaign training cadres Altaftyh on modern technologies in the world and the materials used equipment and methods. "
He added that" the possibility of advancement possible gesture efficient trained and secure change, the achievement of maximizing state and maximizing resources in the outcome of spending by Ot Al-
Luaibi said that “the fundamentals are a bitter reality and an economically unjustified waste in the current reality.
1 - There must be a paradigm shift in the oil sector through the investment of gas associated with oil extraction, knowing that we lose more than 5 five billion annually as a result of burning associated gas in oil fields.
2 - costing the import of petroleum products, in the country 's oil producer and exporter , which is approximately (3-4) billion a year, can be provided in many ways
, said Allaibi must "crude oil transport at a rate (and a half billion) at the time of the state since 1975 , owns a fleet Nakilat provides this amounts and develops our fleet. "
Al-Luaibi said that "reconsidering the merits of the licensing round and its payments, an important requirement to reduce the damage carcasses suffered by the country, where the cost of the state budget $ 15 billion, can be reduced to (8 billion) by multiplying the corruption associated with it (and this is done within two years)
Allaibi pointed out that "the import of oil products (benzene + crocine) for the period (2003-2018), more than (30 billion dollars) and is estimated to import this year (4 four) billion dollars."
Al-Luaibi said that "the second phase of urgent proposals, the most important of which is the development of free gas investment, in the fields (crutch, Rawa and all of the Northwest region, where it will provide a profit. Annually more than (15-20 billion) dollars.
" Increasing the liquidation capacity by (500 thousand barrels) per day, providing an amount, (2 billion and a half) billion dollars, and
stressed to "raise the efficiency of the oil industry sector to provide half of the needs of the oil sector in the first stage and then suffice locally in the future to provide (2 billion) dollars. Which is being spent now. "
Allaibi's proposal also included "work within two years on the dependence of electricity stations on gas within two years to overcome the use of crude oil and black, note that the financial consumption is (300 thousand barrels) per day, the state spends ($ 6 billion) annually. It can be replaced by waste gas in our fields wasted. "
He explained that the urgent measures to develop the oil sector are to restructure the Ministry of Oil and the formation of independent companies for: National Oil, National Gas, National Refineries, and restructuring the distribution company and the involvement of the private sector extensively to develop performance and infrastructure development.
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