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With the continuation of government denials..Kurdistan, Kirkuk, then Basra and Anbar.. Signs of a my

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With the continuation of government denials..Kurdistan, Kirkuk, then Basra and Anbar.. Signs of a my Empty With the continuation of government denials..Kurdistan, Kirkuk, then Basra and Anbar.. Signs of a my

Post by rocky Thu 23 Sep 2021, 7:04 am

[size=52]With the continuation of government denials..Kurdistan, Kirkuk, then Basra and Anbar.. Signs of a mysterious expanding gasoline crisis[/size]

[size=45]Ambiguity surrounds the issue of gasoline in Iraq, which the Ministry of Oil has confirmed for days that there is no crisis to provide it, but the shouts began to emerge successively after they started from the Kurdistan region to Kirkuk and then Basra Governorate to reach Anbar recently. Complaints from citizens and local governments about the lack of gasoline in several governorates, some of the reasons are known and some are still unknown,[/size]
[size=45]While the crisis began in the Kurdistan region months ago, the obvious reason was that the Iranian side reduced the share of gasoline it exports to the Kurdistan region, so that the region’s crisis later withdrew to the province of Kirkuk, whose causes remained ambiguous for several days, but specialists confirmed that the crisis came as an echo of the crisis In the region, where the residents of the region began rushing to Kirkuk stations to buy gasoline, as well as the exploitation of some traders to withdraw gasoline from stations and share Kirkuk and sell it at higher prices in the Kurdistan region due to the crisis.[/size]
[size=45]In the meantime, shouts rose from Basra Governorate about the existence of a gasoline crisis and the closure of several petrol stations there, while the reasons conflict between the already scarcity of gasoline, and some stations there deliberately closing the stations as a means of pressure on the Ministry of Oil in exchange for several demands they demanded more than a week ago related to fines .[/size]
[size=45]And the crisis began to appear in Anbar as well, where the advisor to the Anbar governor for energy affairs, Aziz Khalaf al-Tarmouz, announced the existence of a crisis and a shortage of gasoline in the province, stressing that the reason behind this crisis in Anbar is the lack of quantities of fuel allocated to the province by the Ministry of Oil.[/size]
[size=45]And between Tarmouz, "The governorate's share of gas oil is 1,430,000 liters, and as for gasoline, we tested 1,100,000 liters, while the governorate's share of oil is 500,000 liters per day, and its distribution will start on 1/10."[/size]
[size=45]Al-Tarmuz pointed out that “the decision to prevent imports by the Ministry of Oil has greatly affected the governorates’ shares of fuel,” stressing that “coordination has been made with the Ministry of Oil to equip the governorate with thirty tanks of gasoline, to fill the shortage at gas stations, and the governorate will be equipped with thirty tanks of gasoline. Overcoming the crisis in the next two days.[/size]
[size=45]On the other hand, the director of the Oil Products Distribution Company in Iraq, Hussein Talib, denies the existence of a fuel crisis in some provinces, indicating that the news that talks about the existence of a fuel crisis in some provinces, which led to the closure of governmental and private fuel stations, is inaccurate and completely untrue, and there is no crisis in All provinces. And Talib said that "there are those who promote such rumors for the purpose of confusing the Iraqi street and creating a crisis that does not exist in the street, especially since the fuel reaches all governorates without any cuts or shortages, and all governmental and private stations are equipped according to the quotas allocated to them."[/size]
[size=45]These crises come in conjunction with the Ministry of Oil sending shipments of fuel to the Kurdistan region of one million liters.[/size]
[size=45]Iraq consumes about 25 million liters of gasoline per day, of which it imports 10 million liters per day.[/size]
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