[size=36]Parliamentary Oil: Mustafa Karbala will provide about 60 percent of the imported quantities[/size]
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The Oil and Gas Committee in the House of Representatives revealed, today, Friday, the possibility of exporting gas from Mustafa Karbala, while indicating that the Karbala refinery will provide about 60% of the imported quantities.
"Self-sufficiency in gas will only be achieved with the presence of major projects after launching a licensing round to produce the required quantities instead of importing them," Ali al-Mashkoor, deputy head of the committee, told the official news agency, followed by Mawazine News.
Al-Mashkoor added, "The quantities that are imported from Iran, Qatar, or even from other countries can be easily covered by operating some existing factories or refineries."
He pointed out that "the Karbala refinery has operated at its full capacity, and will provide approximately 40-60% of the imported quantities, and finding such solutions will go in Iraq to find sufficient quantities that make us need to import, but it is possible to achieve surplus quantities that we export."
The Karbala refinery started production last month in an official and popular presence, and the director of the Karbala refinery, Muhammad Fazaa, had confirmed earlier that the daily liquidation operations would reach 140,000 barrels, and he clarified the planned daily production volume of gasoline. Ended 29 / M99