Oil issues a clarification regarding the Iraqi-Jordanian export pipeline
In a statement received by Shafaq News Agency, the company confirmed, "its belief in freedom of expression and the principle of respect for opinion and other opinion, as well as its acceptance of objective criticism aimed at diagnosing the defect wherever it is found and treating it according to fundamentalist contexts," expressing its strong condemnation and denunciation of "all naive review statements and inaccurate and subjective writings." targeting the Iraqi-Jordanian oil export pipeline project.
She added, "Through our follow-up to what is published and broadcast here and there about this project, it became clear to us and the professional stakeholders that many of those who address these issues, whether those affiliated with the political class or those affiliated with economic analysis lack accurate information and do not understand the topics they talk about, or they They know and distort the truth for different interests, goals and intentions at the expense of the public good.”
The company noted that "the idea of this project dates back to 1983, and it aims to add a new export outlet for oil exports, with a capacity of one million barrels per day, in return for increasing oil exports from the southern port to more than 3-6 million barrels per day, and according to the requirements of the global oil market in the future.
And she added, "The project is an investment, economic, strategic, development project, which aims to strengthen economic relations with neighboring countries and the region in a way that serves common interests, and leads to more stability and development of relations in all fields, and it secures crude oil for local refineries in the central and western regions of Iraq, as well as On strengthening export capabilities from the northern port and the port of Aqaba, and from there to the markets of Africa, Europe and Africa.
She explained that "the estimated cost of the project does not exceed (9) billion dollars, and it is still under study and analysis, and it has not been referred to any company or coalition."
The Oil Projects Company called on all media and satellite channels to "not be a means of propaganda and defamation of state institutions, companies and individuals far from its professional, ethical and patriotic message, and to stay away from giving opportunities to appear for some who try to distort the facts on citizens and public opinion, or delve into topics that they do not own." The lowest information and documents that support and enhance their position and credibility.
And she continued, "All concerned parties and individuals should put the national interest above all considerations when dealing with the oil issue and keep the ministry away from differences, political intersections and narrow interests." The company also called on everyone to contribute to supporting the ministry's future plans for a better future for Iraq.
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