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An oil official reveals the reasons for the disruption of the main Iraqi gas fields

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Post by rocky on Sat 08 Feb 2020, 1:45 am

An oil official reveals the reasons for the disruption of the main Iraqi gas fields

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{International: Al Furat News} A senior official in the Ministry of Oil revealed the reason for stopping work in the crutch field, the largest gas field, located in the city of Qaim, the far west of Anbar province.
[size=15][rtl][size=19]In 2011, during the oil licensing round, the field was offered for the first time for investment, and the Korean Cocas Company won a contract to develop the Akkaz gas field within what was then known as the "fifth licensing round".[/rtl]

[rtl]According to the official of the newspaper, "Al-Arabi Al-Jadeed", there are several reasons behind the failure of the Korean company to develop a crutch field, the most prominent of which is the influence of armed factions operating in the city of Al-Qaim, " according to the newspaper.[/rtl]
[rtl]The official, who declined to be named, stressed that this matter represents a security concern that prevents the provision of a safe environment for investment in security-torn areas, and there is a feeling that there are special accounts with the Korean company also related to the desire of American and Saudi companies to enter the field investment line and develop it.[/rtl]
[rtl]On the other hand, the head of the Parliamentary Energy and Energy Committee, Hebet Al-Halbousi, revealed that several meetings were held with the Central Oil Company of the Ministry of Oil as being concerned with overseeing this file, noting that a meeting was held with the Korean ambassador in Iraq accompanied by the director of Kokas Company more than three months ago. In order to determine the compass during the coming period.[/rtl]
[rtl]And between: "We in the Parliamentary Oil and Energy Committee asked the ministry, in several official letters, to send a final warning to the company, knowing that there is a previous warning for the company to resume work, but the company is reluctant, and there will be a close meeting with the Middle Oil Company, in the presence of the general manager of the company Korean Kokas in order to resolve this issue, and during the next week a final agreement will be reached on the resumption of work and a final warning to terminate the contract. "[/rtl]
[rtl]Al-Halbousi added: “There were false arguments about the lack of security in the area, and the governor of Anbar informed them that two regiments of the police would be sent to secure the field, and outposts of the governorate’s funds would be built, but the company is reluctant, and that despite the cooperation of the Ministry of Oil with the company in facilitating Her return, there are no signs yet of her return. "[/rtl]
[rtl]For his part, Taha Abdul-Ghani, a member of the Anbar Provincial Council, said that "the information available to him indicates that there are pressures aimed at canceling the contract with the Korean company, and contracting with another American," considering that competition for a crutch field is among the reasons that led to the fall Anbar province, however, was held by ISIS in 2014, he added.[/rtl]
[rtl]Abdul-Ghani indicated that it is not permissible to expel the Korean company under any justification, adding that "after Anbar province was liberated from ISIS terrorist gangs, we had pages in rehabilitation, we may have started to restore stability in the regions and then restore services, and now we have started with the last page of reconstruction and investment." .[/rtl]
[rtl]He continued: "At this particular time we are serious about investing in everything that would improve the service reality and improve the state of the province, as well as the issue of natural resources, which are federal, and therefore we may be the beneficiaries of the Anbar share of the petrodollar, in addition to the role of investment in operating the largest number From the workforce among the people of the governorate until now, this issue is a federal matter and not a local matter. "[/rtl]
[rtl]In this context, the Qaimqam District Commissioner, Ahmed Al-Mahlawi, confirmed that the Korean Cocas Company was operating in the crutch field before 2014, at which time the airport runway, administrative matters, and the external wall of the field were completed, but after entering ISIS, everything that was built was destroyed, and after ISIS was taken out The field was fully secured by the Iraqi army and the tribal crowd, and the field is now fully insured, but Kocas has not yet started work.[/rtl]
[rtl]He explained that "we have not received any representative from the Korean company since the liberation of Anbar until now, only the Iraqi Central Oil Company comes to inspect the security situation in the field."[/rtl]
[rtl]He continued: "We hear through the media that the contract was withdrawn from this company and it was given to an American company, but we have not received anything formal and accurate until now, and the contract is still in the name of Kokas Company, but we reached that the Korean company wants to sell the contract to an American company," calling the Korean company To start its work and start investing the field and producing gas in it in order to operate the workforce, which will contribute to reducing the severity of unemployment, as the field was planned to work between 10 to 15 thousand workers, and this matter completely eliminates unemployment in the city of Al-Qa’im and the nearby areas, It also represents a very large economic resource for the city in particular, and for the governor Anbar in general, according to Mahlawi.[/rtl]
[rtl]According to energy experts, the gas in the crutch field is one of the best types, and its purity is 98 percent.[/rtl]
[rtl]The crutch field, which sits in the middle of the Anbar desert surrounding the city of Al-Qaim, and near the Iraqi-Syrian border, is estimated to have reserves of roughly 6 trillion cubic feet of natural gas, and was discovered in 1981 before oil was discovered in the same field in 1983 and in huge quantities ranging between estimates One billion, one and a half billion barrels. is over[/rtl]
Ammar Al-Masoudi


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