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Abandoned oil fields in Diyala since 2003: its gas is neglected due to a political veto

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Abandoned oil fields in Diyala since 2003: its gas is neglected due to a political veto Empty Abandoned oil fields in Diyala since 2003: its gas is neglected due to a political veto

Post by rocky Thu 23 Sep 2021, 7:08 am

[size=52]Abandoned oil fields in Diyala since 2003: its gas is neglected due to a political veto[/size]

[size=45]Diyala governorate owns oil and gas fields with huge reserves spread in several areas, but the interesting thing is that its residents are the poorest in the governorate, while deputies assert that a chronic political veto was behind the delay in investing these fields despite their importance in creating large financial revenues for the country, while they pointed out that The governorate owns the largest gas field in the Middle East.[/size]
[size=45]MP Mudar Al-Karawi said in a press statement that "Diyala owns 5 oil fields and others with large reserves, and there are oil wells discovered in many areas, especially Hamrin, Al-Azim and Mansouriya, but the producers are only Khana oil fields, which were discovered a century ago, but their production has been suspended for years for reasons related to pipe security, according to the information.[/size]
[size=45]Al-Karawi added, "Diyala is a first-class oil province, if it invested its reserves, it might come as a surprise, especially since exploration stopped after 2003, but a well was drilled in the outskirts of Qazaniyah months ago within the eighth exploration block extending between Diyala and Wasit, which confirmed the presence of wells with important reserves."[/size]
[size=45]He pointed out that "the Diyala fields did not receive attention after 2003, and even the project to restore the Alwand refinery near the Khana oil fields has been postponed for decades, despite its importance in securing oil products for a governorate whose population is more than one million and 800 thousand people."[/size]
[size=45]As for MP Abdul-Khaleq Al-Azzawi, he indicated in his statement that “a chronic political veto is behind the delay in deciding the investment of the Diyala fields,” pointing out that “it is not reasonable for us to own the largest gas field in the Middle East and import gas from neighboring countries to operate power plants.” . Al-Azzawi added, "Diyala owns large oil sites, some of which did not specify the size of the reserves, and there are wells dug before 2003 and others after," pointing out that "the production of oil from the Khana oil fields is still very limited and is suspended according to the information, although it is one of the finest types of global oil." While a member of the Parliamentary Energy Committee, Zahra Al-Bajari, indicated that “the Ministry of Oil has plans to develop and invest the oil and gas fields in Diyala, as they are important in supporting the national economy, especially the Mansourieh fields, which represent a strategic dimension in supporting Iraq’s capabilities in securing natural gas to operate its power plants.” As for the former member of the Diyala Council, Najat Al-Taie, she pointed out that "it is ironic that the residents of the areas that include oil and gas fields are the poorest in the governorate, even though they live on lands that contain wealth in its interior." Al-Taie added that "poor planning in dealing with wealth according to a political framework and the influence of neighboring countries, all of these factors contributed to turning a blind eye to the investment of Diyala's oil and gas fields," stressing that "there are efforts to invest and develop the Mansouriya fields, but they are taking place very slowly." She pointed out that "Al-Mansuriya fields alone are capable of achieving self-sufficiency and supplying all of Iraq's stations with imported gas, which costs the country's treasury huge sums of money annually, especially with its quality and the lack of impurities and can turn into an export framework that secures huge sums for the country's treasury." Al-Taie added that "poor planning in dealing with wealth according to a political framework and the influence of neighboring countries, all of these factors contributed to turning a blind eye to the investment of Diyala's oil and gas fields," stressing that "there are efforts to invest and develop the Mansouriya fields, but they are taking place very slowly." She pointed out that "Al-Mansuriya fields alone are capable of achieving self-sufficiency and supplying all of Iraq's stations with imported gas, which costs the country's treasury huge sums of money annually, especially with its quality and the lack of impurities and can turn into an export framework that secures huge sums for the country's treasury." Al-Taie added that "poor planning in dealing with wealth according to a political framework and the influence of neighboring countries, all of these factors contributed to turning a blind eye to the investment of Diyala's oil and gas fields," stressing that "there are efforts to invest and develop the Mansouriya fields, but they are taking place very slowly." She pointed out that "Al-Mansuriya fields alone are capable of achieving self-sufficiency and supplying all of Iraq's stations with imported gas, which costs the country's treasury huge sums of money annually, especially with its quality and the lack of impurities and can turn into an export framework that secures huge sums for the country's treasury."[/size]
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